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Publication Date: 2009
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Paul Keith Stokes (MA, Cambridge University) is a minister in the United Reformed Church in the UK serving two churches since 1992. Paul became involved with the PRMI Dunamis Project in November 2001, and served as track director in 2003. Two years later he was appointed as one of three national Directors for the newly-formed Dunamis Fellowship in Britain and Ireland. Paul has two children and lives in Plymouth Devon, England.Cindy Strickler (MDiv, Princeton Theological Seminary) was ordained in 1986 by the Presbyterian Church in the United States as interim pastor of the Englishtown Presbyterian Church. In 1997 Cindy joined the Board of PRMI and served on the Executive Committee for three years and as President for one. Since 1994 she has been teaching Gateways to Empowered Ministry as well as the Dunamis Projects on Healing, Spiritual Gifts and Spiritual Warfare.
Paul Keith Stokes (MA, Cambridge University) was ordained in 1992 by the United Reformed Church in the United Kingdom. Paul is minister of Plymstock United Church and is an Evangelism and Renewal Advocate for the Group for Evangelism And Renewal (GEAR). He became involved with the PRMI Dunamis Project in November 2001, served as Track Director for six years from 2003, and in 2005 was appointed as one of three national directors for the newly formed Dunamis Fellowship in Britain and Ireland. Paul has two children and lives in Plymouth, Devon, England.
Cynthia R. P. Strickler (MDiv, Princeton Theological Seminary) was ordained by the PCUSA in 1986. She is the Director of the Dunamis Fellowship International. the international leadership team of PRMI. The Fellowship's purpose is to mobilize, equip, and deploy Holy Spirit-empowered witnesses for Jesus Christ around the world. Before joining the ministry staff of PRMI, Cindy worked as a hospital chaplain and a certified ACPE supervisor in central New Jersey. She and her husband live in Lenoir, NC.
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