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Intercessory Prayer Mobilization for Advancing the Kingdom of God

In this second decade of the 21st century, there are great worldwide movements of the Holy Spirit taking place that are growing the Church and advancing the Gospel. PRMI’s role has been, and will continue to be, providing the contexts for fulfilling Acts 1:4-8, which includes our programs and ministries – from the equipping through the Dunamis Project events to Growing the Church to Ignite.

In this moment, God is calling PRMI to sustain our equipping programs for enabling Christians to be empowered witnesses to Jesus Christ. This is needed more than ever before! The Holy Spirit has also called PRMI to take part in building an army of intercessors and spiritual warriors. As part of building this army of intercessors, we want to provide a means for you to grow in your calling of prayer. We offer the following opportunities through equipping and engagement to focus on particular prayer needs. Please pray and see how God is calling you! Read More →

Equipping and Challenge: The Dunamis Fellowship Britain & Ireland Annual Meeting

Prayer for Empowerment

Prayer for Empowerment

Listening prayer, prophetic preaching, Biblical reflection, commissioning for leadership, and prayer for empowerment…these are just some of the significant snapshots from the 11th annual Fellowship Gathering for the Dunamis Fellowship of Britain & Ireland. It was a weekend of intensive work, spiritual nurture, and wonderful God-moments of encounter with the Holy Spirit.

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Growing the Church, UK: A Pastor’s Experience

Kings Park Centre, Northampton

Kings Park Centre, Northampton

As a participant at the Growing the Church in the Power of the Holy Spirit at Kings Park in February, I was glad to have such high quality teaching resources. As a minister who trained at a Pentecostal Bible college, I was already steeped in the working and manifestations of the Holy Spirit, so I can attest to the fact that we, as a student body, were well and truly “apprenticed” in things of the Spirit with sound theology. What I lacked despite my background I found at Kings Park: theology that was not only sound, but tested and presented in a clear and consistent manner and in a form easily transferable to a congregation that is prepared and ready to explore. That is what we are now doing in my Baptist Church.

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Encountering the Resurrected Jesus Christ at the Empty Tomb and Anywhere that the Holy Spirit is Present

Inside the Empty Tomb: An Easter Greeting From Jerusalem

Jesus Christ is risen. He is risen Indeed!!

The Place of the Cross at the Community of the Cross in Black Mountain, NC

The Place of the Cross at the Community of the Cross in Black Mountain, NC

The Cross where Christ died, the tomb which is empty because Jesus Christ was raised from the dead, Jesus ascending into heaven, and the descent of the Holy Spirit fifty days later at Pentecost are the foundations of the Christian faith. These events are not myths created to justify faith but historical facts, which provide the basis of our faith.

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Canada Exousia: Deepening and Strengthening the Foundations

2 Tim. 2:19 Nevertheless, God’s solid foundation stands firm, sealed with this inscription: “The Lord knows those who are his.”

As I led worship one morning at the Exousia Conference, I was reminded that the depth and strength of a building’s foundation determines the height that can be built upon it. This related to a theme which emerged in our time together as Dunamis Fellowship Canada (DFC) leaders–the sense that God was digging deeper foundations in DFC and its leaders. Of course as believers, we’ve spent years building our lives on the cornerstone of Jesus Christ, but there was a sense that during these days God was working on our existing foundations, digging deeper and reinforcing them with his “concrete” to withstand pressures and shock waves, presumably because he’s calling us to significant growth in this second decade of DFC’s existence.

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A Solemn Assembly

The Dunamis Fellowship Alaska held its annual meeting on February 6 at the Alliance Bible Church in Anchorage, AK. Our annual meeting is typically a time of celebration and thanksgiving which includes testimonies, prayer, and worship. In the months of planning for this year’s annual meeting, the DFAK Leadership Team was surprised to receive guidance that this meeting was to be a “Solemn Assembly.” Rather than a celebratory event, this would be a weighty time for serious business.

I opened my Bible to examine the significance of a “solemn assembly.” In short, the distinguishing feature that makes an ordinary gathering a “solemn assembly” is that God is the One Who designates the time for Him to do business with His people.

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The Jerusalem Prayer Endeavor: Open Doors and Divine Appointments

A rainbow over the old city in Jerusalem

A rainbow over the old city in Jerusalem

“Look at that rainbow!” Those were the words we heard as we stood under a tree sheltering from the rain just before we arrived at the Western wall on our first trip into Jerusalem. A team of 14 people from Canada, the United Kingdom, and the USA had gathered, each feeling called to be a part of this prayer endeavor and most not really sure what to expect. But as we made our way with our guide through the streets of the old city of Jerusalem, there was this spectacular rainbow whose colours were so intense that we simply marveled at God’s faithfulness. It felt as if the Lord was saying to us “I am here and I have something amazing for you!” As we look back at the trip we could certainly say that the Lord did have something amazing for us.

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With the Wind 2016, Dancing on Injustice: When the Holy Spirit Invites Us to Step Out

The Swannanoa Valley

The Swannanoa Valley

Every summer, young adults from all over the country gather at the Community of the Cross in Black Mountain to take part in an outstanding opportunity for spiritual growth and challenge. With the Wind is a spiritual formation retreat that features teaching, prayer, worship, and fellowship designed to help young adults learn to hear and follow the leading of the Holy Spirit in their everyday lives.

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The ECO National Gathering: Renewal and Refreshing

Vol. 34 ECO panorama

This January I was able to attend the ECO National Gathering. After 6 years, my church is finally able to leave the PCUSA in order to affiliate with ECO. For me the Gathering was an incredible breath of fresh air, a renewal of old friendships, and the making of new ones!

Worship at the ECO national assembly

Worship at the ECO national assembly

ECO is passionate about being more than a denomination; they strive to be a movement: likeminded congregations gathering together to build flourishing churches that reach out for Jesus near and far. The event was fueled by wonderful, Christ-exalting worship which was a combination of the gifts of the St Andrew’s music ministry and 1100+ attendees who love Jesus pressing into song and prayer and receiving God’s Word faithfully preached. Worship enveloped everything at the conference.

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The History and Hope of a People Driven by the Holy Spirit: The Dunamis Fellowship International Annual Meeting, 2016

YMCA Blue Ridge Assembly, DFI meeting site

YMCA Blue Ridge Assembly, DFI meeting site

In the midst of a late January snowstorm, members of the Dunamis Fellowship International gathered from all over the world in the mountains of Western North Carolina to worship together, to hear and experience what God is doing through PRMI, to renew their commitment to the ten tenets of the fellowship, and to pray about the direction God would have PRMI take during the coming year. This year the fellowship celebrated the fifty year history of PRMI, both to give thanks for how far we’ve come and to better discern God’s direction for our next fifty years of ministry.

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