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About Church/Ministry
Crosspoint Wesleyan
110 Oak St.
Mt. Orab, Ohio 45154
Phone: 937-44-3370
Age
4 + years
Service Type
Mixed (same service)
Weekly Attendance
0 - 99

David Dewitt

Crosspoint Wesleyan

Wesleyan, Pastor/Minister

About me:
B.A. in Religion from Mount Vernon Nazarene College M.Div. from Asbury Theological Seminary
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Peter Clark
October 15, 2013
It is a shame that this excellent sermon is spoiled by starting with inaccuracies. John Wycliffe died in 1384 of a stroke. After having been declared a heretic in 1416, his remains were disinterred and burned in 1428, his ashes being cast upon the River Swift.
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Charlie Shoemaker
September 18, 2013
Thanks for the Funeral Meditation on John 14. It's helped give me a direction for a funeral that has happened at the last minute.
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Chad Bartlett
August 11, 2013
Thanks for posting this sermon. May God bless your ministry and bring revival to your city.
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Dr. Bob Damey
August 6, 2013
All hail the power of Jesus name, Let angels prostrate fall. Bring forth the Royal Diadem and crown Him Lord of all! Bring forth the Royal Diadem and crown Him Lord of all! Great Word preacher!
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Celestine Ruwethin
May 26, 2013
Thanks for this sermon. I''m using this tomorrow. God bless!
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Normand Cote
October 11, 2012
Very good sermon on returning to God. I understood that early rains were in the fall time and the latter rains were for the ripening of the harvest, which occurred in the Spring time in Palestine.
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Dusan Tillinger of Christ Ev. Lutheran
February 24, 2012
Such a great message about commitment. It is the crucial problem not only in the church but even in our life. Thank you for that great message.
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Gary Murray
July 29, 2011
Thank you I enjoyed the sermon very much.