At Clear Creek Baptist Bible College, our commitment is centered on delivering exceptional pulpit supply services that place a strong emphasis on integrity, doctrinal soundness, pastoral leadership development, diligent discipleship, and enthusiastic evangelism. Selecting CCBBC for your pulpit supply needs means choosing a preacher who not only meets but sets the standard for dedication, spiritual depth, and the delivery of biblically sound messages.

 

How to Request Pulpit Supply:

  1. Contact Us: You can email us at collegerelations@carerslink.net or call us at (606) 337-3196 ext. 499.

  2. Provide Details: Share the date, time, location, and any specific requirements you have for the service.

  3. Selection Process: We will work to select a student who aligns with your Church's needs and objectives. You may also request to view sample sermons or speak with the student before finalizing your choice.

  4. Confirmation: Once a student is selected and details are confirmed, we will schedule the pulpit supply service.

 

Why Choose CCBBC Pulpit Supply?

  1. Doctrinal Soundness: CCBBC is committed to upholding a strong, biblically sound doctrine. Our students receive thorough theological training and adhere to a conservative theological perspective, ensuring that the sermons they deliver align with the core beliefs of the Baptist Faith & Message.

  2. Experiential Learning: Our students view pulpit supply as an integral part of their ministerial education. They bring a hunger for learning and personal growth to each service, which results in sermons that are thoughtfully prepared and spiritually enriching.

  3. Community Engagement: CCBBC encourages students to actively engage with local communities and Churches. By choosing our pulpit supply, you're supporting a college that prioritizes community involvement and collaboration.

  4. Flexibility: We understand that each Church has its unique needs and preferences. Our students are adaptable and will work with you to create a worship experience that aligns with your congregation's values and expectations.

  5. Mentored and Supervised: Our students are not left on their own; they are carefully supervised and mentored by experienced faculty members. This ensures that the content and delivery of their sermons meet high-quality standards.