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By Brianna StephensWhen the counselors and staff of Christian Appalachian Project’s (CAP) Family Life Counseling Service left their offices in March because of COVID-19, they immediately jumped online that afternoon to provide the program’s first...

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By Brianna StephensBrad Hunt continues to fight against food insecurity through his full-time staff position at Christian Appalachian Project’s (CAP) Grateful Bread Food Pantry in Rockcastle County.Hunger impacts far too many children, their...

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By: Brianna StephensDuring the pandemic, the staff of Christian Appalachian Project’s (CAP) Elderly Services Program have continued to support the needs of participants.“There is a fear and an uncertainty going on. When our participants are worried...

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By: Tina BrysonHunger walks among us and hurts far too many children, their families, and seniors in Appalachia. Helena Gallant, a former long-term volunteer and AmeriCorps member, supports the annual Hunger Walk sponsored by Christian Appalachian...

Mountain Spirit

A professional artist broadens art education at a rural school.To read on mobile click here....

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