For the past 24 years we have helped equip church leaders and individual Christians for actively co-operating with the Holy Spirit through the 'Dunamis Project'. We have seen people grow in their understanding, experience and spiritual gifting ...and therefore growing in their effectiveness in the Kingdom of God.
In 2008 we redeveloped the resources from Dunamis, presenting them for a corporate, congregational setting - for churches and other ministries. The result was Growing the Church in the Power of the Holy Spirit, available as both a book and a conference.
Rev Dr Brad Long
Brad is Executive Director of Presbyterian Reformed Ministries International, a mission organisation working for spiritual renewal and church growth around the world. He served as a Presbyterian missionary in Korea and Taiwan for ten years before coming to PRMI. Brad has written extensively about the person and work of the Holy Spirit and how to cooperate with the Holy Spirit in missions and ministry today. He and his wife live in Black Mountain, North Carolina, USA.
Rev Cindy Strickler
Cindy was born in America and grew up in Europe. She graduated from Princeton Seminary, then served twelve years as hospital chaplain. She has ministered with Presbyterian Reformed Ministries International since 1991 and her joy is helping Christians become effective witnesses for Jesus. Cindy has co-authored the book Let Jesus Heal your hidden wounds with Brad. She and her husband live in Lenoir, North Carolina, USA.
Rev Paul Stokes
Paul studied Civil Engineering at university and was called into full-time church leadership through an encounter with God on a bicycle. He is now a Minister in the United Reformed Church, and is Director of the Dunamis Fellowship in Britain and Ireland. Paul has written several booklets for GEAR (the Group for Evangelism and Renewal in the URC), including Mission Enabled and Evangelism. He and his wife live in Plymstock, Devon, England.
In my view, this is recommended reading for all church leaders.
MICHAEL N. JAGESSAR
Assembly Moderator, The United Reformed Church, United Kingdom
Congregational leadership is challenging! But to the many helpful resources that focus on our assets and our skills, Growing the Church in the Power of the Holy Spirit emphasizes the one thing needful - our participation in God's dynamic presence, power, and purpose.
REV CLYDE ERVINE
Senior Minister, Knox Presbyterian Church, St. Catharines, Ontario