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Abundantly Blessed
October 12th, 2020
“The one who blesses others is abundantly blessed; those who help others are helped.” Proverbs 11:25I have a family member who used to attend Clear Creek. For whatever reason or life circumstances, sh...  Read More
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Silver Lining
October 12th, 2020
Silver Lining: (noun)  something that the most optimistic people look for during a stressful time.Most people tend to focus their attention on the issues that are causing the stress. That’s me, I’m mo...  Read More
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The 5th Grade Trip
October 12th, 2020
This would have been the 15th annual trip and rite of passage to be together one final time just us before we venture into the youth group. It’s usually not an event missed by many.  However, 2020 had...  Read More
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The Metamorphosis
October 12th, 2020
Cry for the Broken has ministered to many women on the streets of Chattanooga. They all touch our hearts in different ways. There is one woman in particular, we will call her Sarah, who we always knew...  Read More
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The Perfect Team
September 22nd, 2020
With summer only weeks away and pandemic-related uncertainty riding high, four college students waited for the phone call telling them whether or not to pack their things and head to Chattanooga for t...  Read More
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Meet Gavin and Deidre
September 22nd, 2020
Our win at Clear Creek is to help someone take their next step to become more like Jesus.  Though everyone’s next step is completely dependent on where they are (and will therefore look different) thi...  Read More
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God Used Those Cookies
September 22nd, 2020
Each year on the day before school starts, Clear Creek hosts a “Teacher Luncheon” for 5 of our Hixson Community Schools. We do our best to present a cheerful atmosphere by decorating the tables in the...  Read More
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These Folks are Good
April 30th, 2019
The teachers of our Pre-School and Elementary never cease to amaze me. Their passion for teaching, creativity, and love for the kids shines through constantly. It could be the Toddlers learning to app...  Read More
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The Man in White
April 30th, 2019
It was a hot day in Athens and Malekah* was tired from her journey. “Yes, Malekah,” she said to herself, “you are getting old.” As a refugee from Afghanistan, she pondered how her entire life seemed l...  Read More
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Time Over Time
February 19th, 2019
Every so often, there’s a moment in which I (Mitchell) see evidence of what we already know and claim as truth – that adult volunteers investing in students’ lives over time makes a lasting impact. Mo...  Read More