Do you desire to be effective in ministry but have come to the end of your strength? Do you work to spread the Gospel but just see a culture that opposes it? Didn’t Jesus’ disciples deal with these same challenges? How did they do it?
We know that it begins with a relationship with Jesus Christ but what about the power and work of his Holy Spirit?
The first of six Dunamis Projects, Gateways to Empowered Ministry, looks at a Scriptural view of the person and work of the Holy Spirit.
By the end of the first Dunamis Project you will have a sound, Biblically-based knowledge of
- who the Holy Spirit is.
- what the role of the Holy Spirit is today.
- what it means to be filled with the Spirit.
Comments from recent participants:
- The teaching on the Holy Spirit ‘within’ and ‘upon’ was the best I have heard.
- Wonderful pulling together of Biblical instruction about the Holy Spirit.
- What was most helpful? The teaching, the prayer, the atmosphere of community.
- You’ve given me a biblical grid to understand my experience of Holy Spirit.
You’ll cover topics like:
- The Holy Spirit and the Trinity
- The Holy Spirit in the Old Testament
- Jesus and the Holy Spirit
- The Four Basic Works of the Holy Spirit
- The Infilling With the Holy Spirit
- The Nature and Experience of the Holy Spirit’s Power
- Receiving and Growing in the Power of the Holy Spirit
Whether you have reached a place in your Christian faith or ministry where it feels like you are trying to do too much on your own, or you are simply curious or skeptical about the nature and work of the Holy Spirit for today, this conference is a fantastic way to begin your journey in cooperating with the work of God.
What is The Dunamis Project?
The Dunamis Project is the central training of PRMI to help you cooperate with the Holy Spirit in whatever ministry you may have, in whatever part of the world you may live. The Dunamis Project is a series of six conferences (four or five days each) over three years where you will discover and learn how to use your spiritual gifts in whatever ministry you have.
With The Dunamis Project, you discover:
- Solid biblical teaching about the person and work of the Holy Spirit in the life of the believer.
- Teaching forged from the Scriptures, proven in ministry, and informed by 200 years of renewal and revival movements.
- Spiritual gifts and how to use them effectively in the Kingdom of God.
- How to recognize God’s guidance for ministry in a given moment through the experience-based lab times and review debriefings.
Date and Time
October 14-17, 2020
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday – 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Saturday – 9:00 am to 12:30 pm
Please Note: These times are PACIFIC US. Please adjust for your timezone.
Online via Zoom
$30.00 per person to cover materials and supplies.
All events organized by PRMI are offering based. During your event, you’ll be invited to share in the vision of PRMI and give an offering towards the ministry to advance our mission of equipping people to cooperate with the Holy Spirit. Pray about how to participate long before you arrive.
Plan to Be Fully Present:
Since our events focus on spiritual formation and discipleship, one segment of our events leads into the next. Thus we encourage you to be fully present for the entire event, as much as you are able.
Rev. Mike Neelley
Rev. Mike Neelley and his wife, Susan, live in Bellingham, WA where Mike is the executive director of Tierra Nueva – New Earth Ministries, working with people who are marginalized by immigration, incarceration, and addiction – connecting them to Jesus through the power of the Holy Spirit.
Mike first connected to Dunamis at Foster Tukwila Presbyterian Church in Seattle in 2002 attending Dunamis 4. Hungry for more, he quickly jumped in, attending all six Dunamis tracks and doing the Advanced Healing and Deliverance Course in Black Mountain.
Along the way, Mike became part of the intercessor and prayer teams, then helped to lead worship and later was invited to test the waters of teaching through an Ignite and has been part of many Dunamis Northwest teaching teams since.
He loves seeing how the Body of Christ is built up together and encouraged at Dunamis conferences. He is passionate about seeing people connected to the goodness of God the Father through the power of the Holy Spirit.
Rev. Dr. James Kearny
Rev. Dr. James Kearny is a Presbyterian Pastor ministering in Seattle’s urban core. He became involved in PRMI over a decade ago as he searched for more effective tools for bringing the kingdom.
He taught and practiced the principles of Dunamis in his congregation as well as teaching around the US. James serves a group to promote Dunamis in the Pacific NW and serves as the Developer of Congregational Dunamis.
He brings stories of introducing a fuller understanding and practice of the person and work of the Holy Spirit in a PC(USA) congregation.
Paul Odermatt is a retired high school English teacher living in Langley, BC. His Dunamis experience started in Kelowna in 2003 where he had a dramatic experience with the Holy Spirit which transformed, renewed and invigorated his faith and the sense of God in his life.
Since 2006, because he lives close to the Canada/US border, he and his wife Gwen have been attending Dunamis events, including leadership training, in Northwest Washington where they serve on an Intercessory Prayer Team for a Dunamis track in Bellingham, Washington.
Paul is a member of the board of Dunamis Fellowship Canada, is a member at Home Church Langley where he and Gwen lead the Dunamis video series in their home. He and Gwen have three married children and five grandchildren.
Tamera Brockman was led to PRMI through her church. God has used PRMI to show that He is near and not a faraway God and wants her to cooperate with Him now.
PRMI also was instrumental in introducing the Holy Spirit’s many creative ways to manifest and bless. She has been blessed to use her artistic talents at Dunamis events.
She is passionate about helping others come to know greater freedom thru the material and the valuable lab times.
To be announced.
This is event is hosted and organized by the Dunamis Fellowship Northwest US (DFNWUS).