• 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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  • You Are The Apple Of My Eye

    Contributed on Jul 12, 2020

    This message looks at what it means to be the Apple of God's Eye

    You are the apple of my eye! Have you ever heard that expression? Probably not recently in common usage, but maybe in an old movie or a historical novel. There was actually a song that made the charts by that name in 1956. It was sung by Frankie Valli and the Four Lovers. The group later more

  • My Brother's Keeper

    Contributed on Jul 5, 2020

    This series looks at everyday phrases that had their beginning in the Bible. This message looks at the question: Am I my Brother's Keeper. And how that applies to the family of God.

    It started out as a case of sibling rivalry and ended up as a case of murder. It’s a familiar story from the Old Testament, but not one that we think about very often. It involved the sons of Adam and Eve. And I know that we can get caught up in a lot of questions around this story. We are more

  • What The Church Is

    Contributed on Jun 13, 2020

    With all the changes to how we worship this short series looks at what the church is.

    The church! When you think of the church, what is it you think of? Maybe it’s Cornerstone. This might be where you met Jesus, where you were baptized and where you have grown in your faith. Maybe it’s the church from your childhood. The church where you met Jesus, where you were baptized and more

  • What To Do When You Wake Up In A Grave

    Contributed on Apr 11, 2020

    Because of Christ's Resurrection, we have new life, what can the resurrection teach us about that new life?

    I’ve told the story before, in 2013 I was leading a teaching trip in West Africa. We flew into the capital of Ghana, Accra and then drove 16 hours to where we were teaching. Now I love the people of Ghana, and there are many things about West Africa I enjoy, but the traffic is horrendous. The more

  • What To Do When You Are Nailed To A Cross

    Contributed on Apr 9, 2020

    Our dying words reveal a lot about us. This message looks at the seven last words of Jesus

    So, this is how it would end. Not being crowned a king but dying a criminal. Executed as a traitor to both his country and his faith. This weekend we are tying up our Worst-Case Scenario series. Through January and February and then again in April we’ve been looking at various Worst-Case more

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