Exousia is the training program where PRMI raises up new teachers, new leaders, and new intercessors for the work of expanding the reach of PRMI.
Exousia is where we equip our faculty, apprentice teachers, track directors, and site team members. It is where you will get our DNA.
In this special teacher training workshop for the Dunamis Fellowship Northwest USA, you’ll have the chance to watch up to 3.5 hours of online video about
- How to become a teacher for PRMI
- What it means to teach at a Dunamis Project
- Making the Dunamis teaching your own
- Five Effective Tips for Leading through your teaching.
- Refresher on Dunamis Culture
- An hour summary of the entire content of Dunamis Project 1: Gateways to Empowerment
- Core Concepts in Gateways to Empowerment that set the foundation for the rest of the Dunamis Project units.
On the day of training itself, you’ll hear some of the distinct teaching challenges/pitfalls/rabbit trails to avoid for each of the six individual Dunamis Project units.
Then, you’ll have an opportunity to teach a unit live to a small group, and receive coaching feedback from your peers and from ministry coaches.
DATE AND TIME
February 27, 2021
The event will be on February 27th, Saturday from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm, Pacific US Times.
Please note that the event will be on Pacific US Times.
Please adjust for your time zone.
WHO MAY ATTEND?
The event is By Invitation Only. There is no open registration.
Rev. Cindy Strickler
Rev. Cindy Strickler Director of Dunamis Fellowship International. Rev. Cindy Strickler served on the PRMI Board of Directors for 5 years. In 2002 she helped established the PRMI Dunamis Fellowship and is now the Director of the Fellowship. In that role she helps discern gifting and enables members to find their place in this Kingdom work.
Cindy also directs the Advanced Ministry Courses that provide equipping for members of the Dunamis Fellowship. She also determines the teaching teams for the Dunamis Project equipping events in the United States.
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.
Barb is the Dunamis Institute Regional Dean for Canada. She attended her first Dunamis Project in Guelph in 1998 and has been involved in the ministry in some capacity ever since. She served on the board of PRMI from 2008-2013 and from 2012 as Chair of the DFC Board, functioning in the young Canadian expression also as Executive Director until Janet Lammers became Board Chair in 2017 and Trevor Payton became Executive Director in 2018.
Professionally she taught Gr. 7 & 8 in a local Christian school and is co-author of science curriculum written from a Christian perspective. She and her husband Les led the Dunamis Video Course in their home church and have trained others to facilitate that in their churches. As Regional Dean for DFC she mentors Dunamis teachers and advises track and event directors.
Rev. Nick Krantz
Rev. Nick Krantz is the Dunamis Track leader. He just recently retired after 38+ years as pastor Foster Presbyterian Church in Tukwila WA.
A significant shift in the pattern and fruitfulness of the church’s ministry occurred after Nick attended his first Dunamis conference in 1993. Inspired by the beautiful blend of sound biblical teaching and practical application of Spirit-led living, Nick encouraged others of his congregation to attend. Many did and the whole ministry of the church was impacted by the Holy Spirit working through the laypeople exercising their gifts in serving Christ through the church and in the community.
Nick continues to serve the Lord as the Holy Spirit leads through PRMI and other ministries.
Rev. Dr. Brad Long
Rev. Dr. Brad Long Executive Director, PRMI In 1988 while a missionary in Taiwan, Dr. Brad Long received a call “to an international ministry of renewal, advancing the gospel of Jesus Christ worldwide.” Since that time, he has been called to a number of nations where his role has been primarily equipping pastors and laypeople in the gifts and power of the Holy Spirit. Rev. Brad Long was called as Executive Director of PRMI in 1990.