Graduation time at Clear Creek Baptist Bible College is always a special time to celebrate what God has done in the lives of our graduates. The last two weeks you have been reading some favorite memories from our graduates that they shared as they walked across the stage to receive their diplomas. I know you will enjoy this last recollection of memories from our graduates.
“My fondest memories of Clear Creek have been all the ways God has made this place my home.” —Gabriella Ann Kahkola
“My fondest memory is doing Internship II and having Dr. Ditty as my mentor. This taught me a lot on how to be a pastor and what that looks like. It’s not just being a pastor, but having a sincere heart for the people.” —Shane Henry McKenney
“When we moved from Maine to here in August 2012, we were only sure about three of us living in our home at Clear Creek. In January 2013, our oldest daughter moved in, and our first grandson was born on March 22, 2013. In 2014, our son proposed, and all three of our daughters became engaged. In August 2014, we welcomed our second daughter-in-law into our family. In Dec. 2014 and May 2015, we welcomed two sons-in-law who were both Clear Creek students. We have gained four family members since moving to CCBBC, and I have attended college with two daughters and two sons-in-law.” —Diana Kathrine Myers
“My fondest memory of Clear Creek would be every Monday morning being around a table with Greg and Kay Jones, starting out the week with a devotion and a time of prayer. I am also grateful for the confidence I gained to prepare sermons and having my faith increased in God to take care of me.” —Jon Preston Riggs
“My fondest memories have been making lifelong friends, meeting my wife, and having our son, Graham.” —Michael Allen Schoenherr
“My fondest memories from Clear Creek include becoming a youth pastor, getting married, and being with my friends at Kelly Hall.” —Jacob Ryan Schofill
“God has continually used CCBBC to affirm his calling on my life. I’m forever grateful for my time here and look forward to where God calls me next.” —Jesse Allen Wright