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Michiana Covenant is a church that seeks to be a home for sojourners — a place where Christ’s one new family can demonstrate the love of God before the watching world.

Welcome

The apostle Peter wrote his first epistle “to the elect exiles of the dispersion” (1 Peter 1:1). Today we experience dislocation and disconnectedness as a regular part of modern life. In one sense, though, this is nothing new. The second century Epistle to Diognetus said that for Christians, “every foreign country is to them a homeland, while every homeland is like a foreign country.”

Michiana Covenant is a church that seeks to be a home for sojourners — a place where Christ’s one new family can demonstrate the love of God before the watching world. Our teaching, our worship, and our life together seek to embody the ancient wisdom of the scriptures and the church in our witness to our disconnected society.

This webpage can give you a snapshot into the life and teaching of MCPC, but the only way to see what we are really about is to worship and live together with us.

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Looking for the Resurrection of the Dead

08/09/2016

Looking for the Resurrection of the Dead: The Starting Point for Finding the “Lost Boys” [The following guest post from Ryan Davidson (a former deacon at MCPC) advances the conversation.. read more

Maximus the Confessor and the Trinitarian Debate

07/01/2016

“Persons Act, Natures Are” – Maximus the Confessor and the Trinitarian Debate Peter J. Wallace It was good to see Lewis Ayres comment today. I had some of the same.. read more

An Apology for Apologies

05/12/2016

In my preaching I have often distinguished between repentance and apology: repentance is where you turn from sin to God and admit your fault, while an apology is an attempt.. read more