How has God equipped you to be a participant in the work of His Kingdom?
Practically, what does it look like to live a life that yields to, and participates in, the work of the Holy Spirit?
In this second of the six Dunamis Project conferences, In the Spirit’s Power, you will look at what Scripture teaches about how God’s Spirit calls us to cooperate with him, becoming people who change the world for the glory of Jesus Christ.
You will learn how you can cooperate with the Holy Spirit, how God uniquely gifts you through his Holy Spirit, and look at how this applies to you as an individual and as part of the Church.
Comments from recent participants:
- “Emphasized discernment. This was reassuring”
- “Each teaching based on scripture, with testimony, spiritual experience”
- “Great modeling of how to have ‘freedom in the Spirit’ and do it ‘decently and in order’”
We cover topics like:
- Jesus and the Kingdom of God
- The Gifts of the Holy Spirit for Life in the “Between the Times”
- The Dynamic of Cooperating with the Holy Spirit
- Receiving Guidance and Cooperating with the Holy Spirit
- Discernment: Is This Really from God?
- The Functional Gifts for Building the Church
- The Manifestational Gifts for Showing Forth Jesus’ Power
- The Speaking Gifts: Word of Knowledge and Word of Wisdom
- Tongues and Interpretation
- Prophecy and Discernment
- The Power Gifts: Faith, Healing and Miracles
- The Church Doing Jesus’ Ministry in the Power of the Holy Spirit
For those who want a better understanding of what it means to cooperate with the Holy Spirit and move into Spirit-filled ministry, this conference offers the Biblical foundation and practical instruction needed for powerful, balanced ministry.
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
November 3-6, 2021
Registration opens at 8:30 am on Wednesday, November 3rd, and the event concludes at 3:00 pm on Saturday, November 6th.
Oakwood Christian Reformed Church
8750 Storey Rd. Belding, MI 48809
- Bring your own meals – $0
- Complete meal package – $70
- Need help with the costs (meal scholarship) – $0
NOTE: The meal package is prepared by volunteers vs. caterer and thus unable to serve a variety of dietary choices. We plan to eat together and you are free to bring your own meal.
The AmericInn in Greenville has set aside a block of rooms (5 confirmed + 15 possible). They are reserved under Oakwood CR Church.
AmericInn by Wyndham Greenville
2525 W Washington St, Greenville, MI 48838
All events organized by PRMI are offering based. Registration fees only cover food and supplies that the venue provides. 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. Chris Walker
Rev. Chris Walker has taught for PRMI in English and Spanish since 2002. He has been involved in four immigrant new church developments and has a passion for helping others grow in personal evangelism skills.
He oversees the Spanish language work of PRMI. After serving 5 years on the Board of Directors for PRMI, he joined the staff in 2014 as Director of Ministry Development and Director of Spanish Ministry.
To be announced.