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 “Hope is a muscle. It’s a choice. It is a vigorous choice, to see what is wrong and what needs healing and needs repair and needs our attention and also to keep our hearts and our imaginations and our energy oriented towards what we want to...

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What is it like to serve as a one-year volunteer at Christian Appalachian Project? We asked volunteers to discuss their year of service. Please join us for that conversation.VolunteerRoundtableForSocialMedia from Christian Appalachian Project on...

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 I was not entirely sure what to expect from serving with In-Home Respite Care when I first arrived. The program provides a break for caregivers who are responsible for family members with special needs. Until I came to Christian Appalachian...

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By Tina BrysonChristian Appalachian Project’s (CAP) Disaster Relief Program has found a variety of ways to help the community during the coronavirus crisis. According to Robyn Renner, director of the program, Disaster Relief has helped CAP’s...

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By Tina BrysonThere are many needs faced by vulnerable populations during coronavirus, but none more pressing than the challenge to put food on the table with finances strained and supermarkets struggling to keep needed items on the shelves. That is...

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