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  • Denn Guptill

    Contributing sermons since Oct 23, 2000
Denn's church

Cornerstone Wesleyan Church
Hammonds Plains, *Province/Other B4B 2E1

About Denn
  • Education: BA, Bethany Bible College, Sussex NB, Canada
  • Experience: West Saint John Church of the Nazarene 1981 (College) Hammondvale Community Church 1982-83 (College) First Wesleyan Church, Malone NY 1983-84 Truro Wesleyan Church, Truro NS, 1985-90 North Point Wesleyan Methodist Church, Brisbane Australia 1990-1994 Cornerstone Wesleyan Church 1994-Present
  • Comment to those looking at my sermons: Remember these were written for me to preach, so please read them with grace in regards to the grammar, spelling etc. PowerPoint for most of my sermons is available at www.powerpoint4preaching.com
  • Family: Married to Angela, with two grown children Stephen and Deborah
  • What my spouse (really) thinks of my sermons: You’ll have to ask her, her email is angela@bccnet.ca
  • Best advice given to me about preaching: If it’s not good enough to preach twice then it wasn’t good enough to preach once.
  • Hobbies: PowerPoint4Preaching.com, Reading, my vintage motorcycle and speed boat
  • What I want on my tombstone: He was a Preacher.
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  • Whoville: I Am A Disciple

    Contributed on Jan 6, 2019

    This message looks at what it means to be called a disciple

    Back in November the worship team introduced the song “Who You Say I Am”, maybe you remember. And as the team was singing, I had an epiphany. An epiphany is defined as: a moment of sudden revelation or insight. And maybe epiphany is a little strong but considering that many Christians celebrate ...read more

  • A Christmas Carol Stave 5, Christmas Eve

    Contributed on Dec 22, 2018

    This finishes up our series by showing how Christmas changes people. In this case that the Magi left Bethelhem changed men.

    Here we are it’s Christmas Eve, which brings us to the end of our A Christmas Carol Series at Cornerstone. Through the past four weeks we’ve been using Dickens’ most famous story as a frame work for the Christmas story. If you aren’t familiar with A Christmas Carol, it is divided up into five ...read more

  • A Christmas Carol, Stave Four, The Future

    Contributed on Dec 22, 2018

    In the fourth part of this series we look at how Christmas impacts our future through the power and presence of the Holy Spirit.

    A Christmas Carol Stave four the Future It was December 19th, 1843 and the Christmas Novella that Dickens had been working on for six weeks was finally released, to immediate success. By Christmas Eve all 6000 copies of A Christmas Carol had been sold out. And they weren’t cheap, the little ...read more

  • A Christmas Carol: Stave 3 Our Present

    Contributed on Dec 15, 2018

    This message is part of a series using Dickens Christmas Carol as a framework. This week looks at how Christmas has impacted the present

    He had become a celebrity, there was no other word for it, he had toured with his wife across the United States and Canada and crowds flocked to see him. During his time in the U.S., because of his celebrity status, he was granted an opportunity to address Congress on international copyright ...read more

  • A Christmas Carol: Stave 2 Our Past

    Contributed on Dec 9, 2018

    This message looks at how Christmas impacts our past

    Christmas Eve Stave two the Past As a child he was a voracious reader and his favourite book was The Arabian Nights, which he read over and over again. For a while his family was able to afford to send him to a private school where he flourished, but that was short lived. He was twelve years old ...read more

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