Your giving helps students fulfill ministry opportunities
This time of the year always moves our hearts and minds to the things we are most thankful for. When I think of Clear Creek and its students, there are many stories that I could share about how thankful each one is for the opportunity to study and learn here. While I don’t have the room to share all of those stories, I can share one from freshman student, Laina Chapell, about how thankful she is to be able to fulfill God’s calling on her life at Clear Creek.
“Coming to Clear Creek has been a dream come true for me,” said Cha- pell. “This school, the staff and other students have been so amazing, and I am so blessed that God has led me here. From the moment I first showed up, this place felt like home. The faculty has treated me like family and it is honestly such a loving environment.
“When I first came here I was a little scared,” recalled Chapell. “This is my first time living away from my family — not only that, but I also had no help financially from my parents and I had been out of work for a while due to some medical issues. Thankfully, though, this institution has been very helpful and compassionate and has blessed me in many ways. To say I am grateful would be an understatement.
“This school has impacted me greatly,” said Chapell. “I have grown so much spiritually since being here and have become much more mature. This school is truly an amazing place, and it is much unlike anywhere else. I am proud to be able to call myself a Clear Creek student and I thank God daily for this school.”
Clear Creek Baptist Bible College is proud to be the Bible college of the Kentucky Baptist Convention. We have many more students like Laina who are so thankful for the opportunity to acquire an accredited ministry degree at a very affordable rate that allows them to graduate debt-free when they leave this institution. A big part of their tuition is paid for through your Cooperative Program gifts.
During this season of thankfulness, all of us at Clear Creek are thankful for Kentucky Baptists and your support of the Cooperative Program. Thanks for your investment in kingdom work.
Donnie Fox is president of Clear Creek Baptist Bible College.