A Ministry of PRMI


Presbyterian-Reformed Ministries International (PRMI) was established in 1966 as “Presbyterian Charismatic Communion.”  There was a strong teaching aspect of the ministry.  For the complete history of the ministry and its unique role in the worldwide movement of the Holy Spirit please visit PRMI's website.

Teaching ministry was necessary in many mainline Presbyterian and Reformed churches throughout the world because there had been a profound neglect of the Third Person of the Trinity. This teaching work was expressed in booklets and large conferences that  always offered workshops.  Audio tapes from these events contained this teaching and they had a worldwide distribution. 

From 1991 until 2010, PRMI's teaching ministry focused on  the Dunamis Project. This includes six five-day intensive events that are held every six months in a strategic location. Generally it takes three years to complete all six events which we call a “track.”   (Read more on the Dunamis Project here).

The first Dunamis track was started in 1991 at Lake George NY, USA.  

Over the last 25 years, there have been many tracks offered in numerous locations in North America, UK, Asia, Africa and Latin America. 

Many different teaching materials have been developed based upon the foundations established in the original six units of the Dunamis Project.

These include

Thousands of people have been through the equipping process and are now working to advance the Gospel of Jesus Christ in the power of the Holy Spirit in their various contexts - from home groups, to congregations, to mission organizations. 

Via the Dunamis Institute website, we now bring this teaching via video.