Janet Lammers, Board Chair, has been involved with Dunamis events since 1993 and brings years of experience as a lead intercessor and prayer minister. She currently serves DFC as the Chair of the Board of Trustees. She and her husband, Pete, have launched four adult children, and live in the Belleville area.
Rev. Russ Graff always wanted to be a cowboy, but God had other plans - studying at two seminaries (Westminster Theological in Philadelphia and Calvin in Grand Rapids), pastoring two CRC congregations (Frankford, ON; Stony Plain, AB) and calling him out of retirement to serve until recently at Trinity CRC in Edmonton. Russ and his wife, Jane, have three grown children and have been active in Dunamis related events since the first Canadian event in Belleville, Ontario in 1993.
Lorie Groth is a business professional in Edmonton, Alberta. She has served on several community boards and is excited to be a part of the DFC Board. Lorie attended her first Dunamis event in April 2014 and has been captured by the power of the Holy Spirit ever since! She loves prayer and currently helps people experience the healing touch of Jesus through her church’s healing prayer team. Lorie and her husband Wayne parent four adult children and enjoy walking in the river valley with their dog Sadie.
Rev. Grant Gunnink is Minister of Word and Sacrament at Valleyview Community Church Calgary, within the Presbyterian Church in Canada. Since 2007 he and the leadership of Valleyview have been working to revitalize and renew this congregation. By God’s grace, and the help of DFC, they have seen Valleyview growing as a church in the Power of the Holy Spirit in many different ways. Grant is married to Amoriza; they have one daughter, and a dog named Ginger.
Peter Lammers is a businessman in the Belleville area who has served on boards of churches, Christian schools and other Christian charities. He and Janet Lammers have launced 4 adult children.
Dave MacKenna is a businessman in Syndey Mines, Nova Scotia. His first encounter with the Dunamis teaching in 1996 brought him to a new level of freedom in Christ and revealed essential aspects of the Gospel that had been obscured by denominational distinctions, traditions and secular world view infiltration. He maintains that Intimacy with Jesus Christ is humbling and yet exhilarating as we see people set free and the teaching being used globally in Jesus' kingdom expansion.
Paul Odermatt is a retired high school English teacher living in Langley, BC. His Dunamis experience started in Kelowna in 2003, and more recently he has attended Dunamis events, including leadership training, in Northwest Washington. He is a member at Home Church Langley where he and his wife Gwen are leading the Dunamis video series. He and Gwen have three married children and five grandchildren.
Rev. Luke Vanderkamp loves Jesus, his wife and four girls while pastoring in a Presbyterian church in Trenton ON. He grew up in the Christian Reformed church, spent time in the Pentecostal church but was predestined to land in the Presbyterian Church while studying at Tyndale Seminary. He is passionate about the Word, preaching the whole counsel of God, inviting people into a living relationship with Jesus through the Holy Spirit and his 1971 Beetle.