It is graduation time at Clear Creek Baptist Bible College! This is always a special time to celebrate what God has done in the lives of our graduates. I know you will enjoy reading about some of their favorite memories they recalled during their time with us preparing for God’s call on their lives. They always enjoy sharing these during their graduation ceremony.
“My fondest memory while at Clear Creek is God’s provision for me and my family including friends I have made with students, faculty and staff.”
—Joshua Keith Blanton
“Two of my fondest memories from Clear Creek are walking in the woods seeing God’s wonders and rediscovering the truth of God’s Word in my ministry.”
—Tyson C. Bloor
“My fondest memory from CCBBC is playing intramurals, getting to know many wonderful people, and making friends that will last a life time. Being able to live in an atmosphere of love for God was amazing for a year and a half. I loved every moment I spent at Clear Creek.
—Jason William Brogan
“Some of my favorite memories are growing in my walk with Christ and making lifelong friends. I have also enjoyed my time with faculty and staff, the single ladies fellowship, exploring this region of the world as well as the Bible and other ministry classes here. God has truly blessed me at Clear Creek, and I am very grateful that He brought me here.”
—Tyler Renae Camp
“Two of my fondest memories from Clear Creek are visiting New York City on a mission trip with Dr. Hughes, and my peers and God transforming me as a Christian through Dr. Fox’s spiritual formation class.”
—Landon Trey Copley
“I have two fine memories from my time here at Clear Creek. The first is going out and fellowshipping with the guys from Kelly Hall. The second is working with Dr. John Ditty’s choir at First Baptist Church, Whitley City. I had so much fun doing that.”
—Gary Lee Earl
“As an online student, I have never visited campus but I did get to meet the college president, Dr. Fox, at a Northern Kentucky Baptist Association meeting while I was taking a class that he was teaching.”
—John Jacob Haller