All posts by Eric Muhlenkamp

Eric was born and raised in Coldwater and has lived in or nearby it for the majority of his life. He married Nance Alig in 1986 and together they have been blessed with three grown children: Whitney (married to Jordan Wood), Mitchell and Max. The boys are currently attending college. Eric & Nance received Christ as their Lord and Savior in August of 1994. From that time they desired to serve the Lord in whatever ways they could. Their service in the local church began simply and over time included a variety of roles. In 1999 Eric was affirmed as an elder. In 2001, after working at Crown Equipment Corporation for 20 years, Eric left to attend seminary at Trinity Evangelical near Chicago, IL. Upon completion of his studies he joined the pastoral staff at Grace Missionary Church in Celina and remained there until 2009, when Covenant Community Church began.

07/09/2017 Pick Up Your Cross and Follow Me

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Philippians 2:25-30. After describing Timothy’s outstanding character, Paul now moves on to describe another brother in the faith as one who is to be honored. Epaphroditus’ struggles in serving Paul for the Philippian church are used as example of how we are to pick up our cross daily and follow Jesus.

Service concluded with a baptism and testimony.

04/16/2017 He Is Risen!

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Matthew 28:5-7. The angel said to the women, “Do not be afraid, for I know that you are looking for Jesus, who was crucified. He is not here; he has risen, just as he said. Come and see the place where he lay. Then go quickly and tell his disciples: ‘He has risen from the dead and is going ahead of you into Galilee. There you will see him.’ Now I have told you.”

We celebrate the resurrection of our Lord and Savior with a short message followed by testimony and baptism.

01/22/2017 For All Have Sinned

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Romans 3:23. There are many ways that we can love our neighbor. There are many physical, emotional, and relational provisions that we can supply for our neighbor’s needs. All of these things are good, but they are temporal. At the forefront of our minds and hearts must be their greatest need. Today we learn that everyone’s greatest need is the same and it’s eternal. Sin has separated us from God. But Jesus has brought salvation!