Since we live by the Spirit, let us keep in step with the Spirit
Dunamis Fellowship Canada (DFC) can help you keep in step with the Holy Spirit!
We use the metaphor of dancing with the Holy Spirit to describe the dynamic of our listening, responding and steping out in obedience to follow God on the dance floor of love to advance his Kingdom. Our events give opportunity to be grounded in solid biblical teaching on the person and work of the Holy Spirit, and to cultivate practice in listening and responding to the Holy Spirit.
What is Dunamis Fellowship Canada?
Although the fellowship’s historic roots are in the Presbyterian and Reformed stream of the Christian faith, it serves people from many denominations.
How does DFC help equip the Church in Canada?
Our vision statement defines our focus on four main areas of ministry to helps the Church and its lay leaders and clergy grow:
- Praying with Power involves teaching on prayer and making it the foundation for DFC ministry.
- Growing the Church provides practical teaching on cooperating with the Holy Spirit to advance the kingdom of God in a congregational context.
- Equipping Leaders through the Dunamis Project, Growing the Church conferences and on-line, which provides in-depth, experiential learning.
- Mission Outreach to deploy people for evangelism and teaching.
Our equipping events consist not only of teaching on the person and work of the Holy Spirit from a biblical, Reformed theological perspective, but also “lab time” in which the principles being taught are put into practice. We take time to debrief our experiences, reflecting on how well we listened to the Holy Spirit and obeyed. Many report that these practical learning contexts make the Dunamis learning experience unique and effective.
Our teachers are faculty of the Dunamis Institute.
Our hope is to provide equipping events in locations across Canada. Currently our greatest concentration of events is in southern Ontario, but a Dunamis Track has begun in Edmonton, Alberta and plans are underway to offer events in the Ottawa and Vancouver areas in 2015.