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Clear Creek Chronicle: Graduation memories

Part II


I know you will enjoy reading some more favorite memories from our recent graduates. Please continue to pray for them as they transition to new seasons of ministry in many different places.

"It was not easy taking classes at Clear Creek while taking Professional Development courses, pastoring and teaching full time, but I came because I felt the need to grow in my knowledge of the Lord if I am going to ask others to do the same. I would like to thank Spann Hill Baptist Church for their prayers and support, particularly to those who contributed to the scholarship for my tuition."—Roy Lee Gregory

"The Kentucky Baptist Convention is mostly responsible for my attending CCBBC, but it was difficult to think about fitting it into a busy schedule. I am thankful for a better and more complete knowledge of God's word as well as the kindness, attention to detail and professionalism that I experienced here."— Harold Eugene Smith II

"When I visited the campus the first time, I could not get over how beautiful it was and how friendly the professors were. I really enjoyed Dr. Ditty's classes and appreciated how encouraging he was. My family as well as my church were very supportive of me going back to school."—Ramona McDermitt Adams

"My fondest memories here are spending hours in the apartments talking with the single girls, spending time outside walking the trails and fishing in Clear Creek. I want to thank all the staff and professors for investing their time in me and teaching me things that I would not have learned otherwise. Thank you to my family and church family for supporting and encouraging me all these years. To my mom, sister Tami, Pam and Wendy: Thank you for loving me and mentoring me and for simply putting up with me. I love you all."— Megan Elizabeth Richardson

"I learned to apply theological training in a ministry setting while here. However, I took too many classes each semester and had to really lean on God to get me through when I didn't know how I would get all the paper work done and still make decent grades. My wife was a huge support to me and I couldn't have done it without her support and encouragement."—Jarrett Kevin Hamm

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