• 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
  • 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
  • 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:, Reading, my vintage motorcycle and speed boat
  • What I want on my tombstone: He was a Preacher.
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  • The Reality Of Joy

    Contributed on May 28, 2023

    What is Biblical Joy? Throughout the New Testament, we are encouraged to be joyful and to rejoice. But does that mean that we always have to be happy?

    The question that Paul seems to be trying to answer for most of this passage of scripture is, how Jewish do you have to be to be a Christian? It was the question of whether or not Christians had to follow all of the Jewish regulations and guidelines was an ongoing debate throughout the New more

  • The Unity Of Love

    Contributed on May 13, 2023

    Paul's desire was that the Church would be unified, but what does that look like? We live in a time when the church seems fragmented and divided, and that is affecting who we reach and don't reach people.

    The Unity of Love If nothing else, you need to love the sixties and seventies for their awesome sense of style. The band was “The Brotherhood of Man,” the year was 1970, and the message of the song was spelled out in its title “United we stand, divided we fall.” Interesting tidbit about the more

  • Citizens Of Heaven

    Contributed on May 6, 2023

    Christ's followers are called citizens of heaven, and this message looks at what that means.

    Live as Citizens of Heaven Can you remember the last time you received a letter? A letter, not an email but a letter? And not a letter from the CRA or your bank, but a personal letter. A letter from a friend, delivered in an envelope, with a stamp by Canada Post? Seriously, have you ever more

  • Out Of The Overflow

    Contributed on Mar 19, 2023

    Too often, preachers are guilty of preaching that the overflow is always financial. Here we take a look at how there can be other overflow as well

    We don’t know a lot about them as a church. We don’t know how they worshipped; we don’t know what songs they sang, which translation of the bible they preferred, and we don’t know what the preacher was like. What we do know is how they gave. This is week one of our Stewardship Emphasis Month at more

  • This Changes Everything: Simeon

    Contributed on Dec 11, 2022
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    When Simeon looked into the face of Jesus he saw the hope of the World

    We all know the words; we’ve heard them over and over again. If you close your eyes, you can almost picture the. The Old Testament words that are read each year during Advent. The words of Isaiah, Micah and David which relate to the coming Messiah. They are repeated in sermons and songs and printed more

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