Christ Alone: Persevering in the Practice of the One, True Faith

  •   Feb 06, 2017   •  

Feed My Sheep 2017: Session 1 Continue reading

Thankful for Marriage

  •   Feb 05, 2017   •     •   1 Corinthians 7

An enduring church is thankful for marriage, thankful for singleness, and thankful for the sovereignty of God. Listen as Aaron Menikoff preaches on 1 Corinthians 7. Continue reading

Passionate About Purity

  •   Jan 29, 2017   •     •   1 Corinthians 6

If the church is going to be a refuge of righteousness in a sensate culture, we need to care about what we do with our bodies. Listen as Aaron Menikoff … Continue reading

Troubled by Sin

  •   Jan 22, 2017   •     •   1 Corinthians 5

To be a church that lasts, we must be willing to do the hard work of holding one another accountable as God has called us to. Enduring churches are troubled … Continue reading

Full of Good Examples

  •   Jan 15, 2017   •     •   1 Corinthians 4

An enduring church is full of good examples. Listen as Aaron Menikoff preaches on 1 Corinthians 4. Continue reading

Filled with the Spirit

  •   Jan 08, 2017   •     •   1 Corinthians 2:6–3:23

Our humanity is based in our identity as creatures made by God, and able to receive the gift of his Spirit in our lives. Listen as Aaron Menikoff preaches on 2:6–3:23. Continue reading

Rooted in the Cross

  •   Jan 01, 2017   •     •   1 Corinthians 1:1–2:5

An enduring church is first rooted in the cross of Christ. Listen as Aaron Menikoff preaches on 1 Corinthians 1:1–2:5. Continue reading

The Christmas Sermon (2016)

  •   Dec 25, 2016   •   Philippians 2:1-11

The incarnation of Christ shows us that Christ demands and deserves our humility. Listen as Aaron Menikoff preaches on Philippians 2:1-11. Continue reading

“O Come, Emmanuel”

  •   Dec 18, 2016   •     •   Micah 7

God’s forgiveness is one of his most amazing attributes, and forgiveness is only possible because God is faithful. Listen as Aaron Menikoff preaches on Micah 7. Continue reading

“Thrones for a Manger”

  •   Dec 11, 2016   •     •   Micah 5–6

It is easy to get overconfident in ourselves, but human effort is no substitute for God’s power, and God tolerates no rivals. Micah 5–6 is a warning about misplaced confidence in self. … Continue reading