A native of Cincinnati, Ohio. Terry has called East Tennessee home for thirty-four years. Terry did his undergraduate work at Lee University and graduate work at Lincoln Memorial University. His church student/C.E./music ministry and experience spans over forty years. Terry and his wife Becky, married in 1984. They are proud parents of Trent & Victoria. The McCullah’s are also blessed with a daughter-in-law, Suzanna. Terry enjoys all things related to God’s family.
Sabrina SchwenkeAdministrative Secretary
Sabrina was born in Joplin, Missouri and later moved to Sand Springs, OK. She was raised with a strong faith in God, Country, and that there is Power in Prayer. Christ is her foundation! She is a “Preachers Daughter” and sister to a minister and secretary of a church.
Sabrina married the love of my life in October of 1999, and moved to his hometown, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. There I learned a whole different level of cold, and became a HUGE Green Bay Packer Fan!
In 2006, Sabrina and her husband moved to Tennessee. She loves being a part of the Covenant Life staff and church family.
Jim BlackWebsite Design & Mobile App
Jim works with our website and mobile app which is often the first contact a person has with CovenantLife. He lives in LaFollette with his wife Pam and son Caden. He enjoys Blueberry Tea, people, and new technology — just not always in that order.
McKenzie SneijOnline Administrator
McKenzie was born and raised in Clinton, TN. She has been at Covenant Life since 1992 and has the deepest love for her church.
Her undergraduate work was completed at Lee University and graduate work completed at King University.
In 2013, McKenzie married the love of her life, Eliea. They are expecting their first baby September 2017.
Charles LegerPastoral Intern
Charles is from Sunset, Louisianna. He moved to Knoxville in 2015 where he attended East Tennessee College of Theology. Charles is now getting his ministerial license with the Church of God.
Charles really enjoys outreaches and loving on people. He loves going outside the walls of the church to reach the lost.