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What do we mean when we talk about “neighborhood”? Is it a place identified by streets and landmarks, where members of the community know one another and are quick to respond when a need arises? Or is it a commitment to loving another as yourself,...

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A dirt floor. No running water, except for what was leaking from the gutters. Christian Appalachian Project’s (CAP) first warehouse in Tennessee was inadequate, and CAP was soon looking for a sturdier warehouse that could be used to expand the...

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With a twinkle in his eye, Scott Phipps will tell you that it all started the day a preacher sold him his convertible. The top leaked and there happened to be a red leather Bible in the back seat laying right in the path of the water. Scott’s wife,...

CAP in the News

A youth group from a Connecticut-based Catholic church returned to the tri-county area for the sixth straight year to spread a little Christmas joy to the area’s most needy. Red more at TheNewsJournal....

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The Operation Sharing model of gift-in-kind dis­tribution is the direct result of compassionate partner organizations and the relationships they have built with Christian Appalachian Project (CAP) over the past 30 years. While the impact of the...

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