Whitney Creech

Whitney Creech is the receptionist at the UCG home office in Milford, Ohio. She graduated from Ambassador Bible Center in 2010. Whitney currently lives in Cincinnati, Ohio, with her husband, Aaron.

 
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Hands of various races of people grabbing a Bible.
Posted January 24, 2013 | 0 comments
Add Some Service to Your Summer
Posted April 15, 2012 | 0 comments
VT Interview: Job Search Success - The College Grad Job Hunter
Posted January 6, 2012 | 0 comments
The Perfect Support System
Posted October 24, 2011 | 1 comments
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Posted August 1, 2010 | 0 comments
by Whitney Creech

One of the most important things I’ve learned in my three years of marriage is that everyone has grown up learning different ways to do daily tasks: washing the dishes, doing the laundry, folding clothes, etc. I had to learn that my husband’s way of folding a t-shirt is just as effective as mine. In fact, his way actually saved some time. So I put my pride aside and quickly learned a more effective way to get laundry done. This is a simple example of how learning something new can actually be good, even though it’s not the way I was raised.

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Posted May 17, 2013 -
by Whitney Creech

I’m sure everyone has had a bad day. First thing in the morning you’re not feeling the greatest and work piles up that needs to be done. A few rude people make comments that hit deeper than they normally would since you’re already headed in the direction of a bad mood. People seem to be practicing your pet-peeves all around you. Before you know it, you’re being mean to a loved one simply because of a “look” they might have given you.

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Posted March 9, 2012 -
by Whitney Creech

Being sensitive towards others has been a topic of discussion for me this past week. It wasn’t intentional, yet this idea kept reoccurring in almost every conversation I’ve had. Sometimes when the topic of offending others comes up, it’s from the perspective that people should not be easily offended. That is right and important, but today consider the other side.

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Posted December 16, 2011 -
by Whitney Creech

Mason Cooley, an American aphorist, is quoted saying, “Excuses change nothing, but make everyone feel better.” I’m surprised by the realization of how true this statement is. Why do I make excuses about exercising—having a busy schedule, being too tired or putting it off until tomorrow? I make excuses to make myself feel better about putting off what I should be doing. Blowing off a workout isn’t going to hurt me every so often, but what excuses do we make for more important things?

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Posted November 30, 2011 -
by Whitney Creech

In my receptionist position, I get a variety of telephone calls every day. Some are very encouraging, some are very inspiring and some are, shall we say, interesting!

Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge, called me last week to order the booklet The United States and Britain in Bible Prophecy. She wanted it sent to her husband, Prince William, at their residence in Kensington Palace. I knew it wasn’t Catherine—her southern accent and local number quickly gave her away.

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Posted November 16, 2011 -
by Whitney Creech

For the past year I've been working as a receptionist, and I've often wondered how I am making a difference for others. After deciding to take a break from college, a series of life changing events kept me from going back. However, my desire to change the world and inspire others has never disappeared.

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