DFB&I Leadership Team
The DFB&I Leadership Team oversees the work of the Fellowship by providing counsel, support and leadership.
Rev Paul Stokes
Paul is Director of the DFB&I and Academic Dean for the Dunamis Institute. He is a United Reformed Church Minister serving in Plymstock, Devon, and is part of the leadership team for GEAR, the Group for Evangelism And Renewal within the URC. He has Directed and taught several Dunamis tracks, and is co-author of the book 'Growing the Church in the Power of the Holy Spirit'.
Mr Graham Hill
Graham is 'semi retired' but keeps busy in a variety of ways; including helping Katy occasionally with their gardening business. He is serving as Church Secretary at the Emmaus Church Centre, Chatham. Graham’s involvement with Dunamis has included Track Administrator, PA support and helps co-ordinate the Prayer Forum. He is Assistant Treasurer for the Dunamis Fellowship Trust.
Mrs Katy Hill
Katy is married to Graham Hill, and is an elder at the Emmaus Church Centre, Chatham. She is a self employed gardener. Katy’s involvement in Dunamis has included being a Track Director, and Director for the Advanced Course – healing and deliverance.
Mrs Hilary Clark
Hilary is a retired maths teacher and an accredited Methodist Local Preacher. She has been involved in Dunamis since 2005, helping in worship teams in the UK and USA Fellowship meetings, as well as doing administration, teaching and personal prayer ministry. She was part of the UK/USA teaching team for Indonesia in 2009 and 2010, and is a member of the PRMI Board.
Mrs Karen Langford
Karen first became involved in Dunamis in 2003 as a participant and then went on to be part of a team on another track. Over the years she has been a worship leader, helped in prayer ministry and intercession, and has come alongside others has a mentor. She is currently part of the team for the Frampton Cotterell Dunamis Track, serving as the worship leader.
Her passion is for everyone to more fully understand the work of the Holy Spirit in their lives and in the wider fellowship of believers in Christ Jesus. She is convinced that the Dunamis Project helps do that, working in depth in the Bible and, with each other listening, discerning and practising took me to a deeper understanding of who and how the Holy Spirit has a person works through us.
One of her joys at this time is being involved as a Prayer Pastor for her local Street Pastors, and seeing God answer prayer at times has soon as they have prayed.
Mrs Elizabeth Turnbull
Elizabeth became involved in the Dunamis project in 2003(Cloverley Hall). She was Director of the East Midlands track and is involved in prayer ministry and ‘Dunamunch’! She has also attended some Advanced courses, both in UK and at the Community of the Cross in USA. Elizabeth has been a prison chaplain for over 12 years working across denominations, is qualified as a mediator and personal coach. She enjoys mentoring others and seeing people set free.
Mr Funsho Oluro
Funsho has been called to teach, encourage and equip the saints in their journey to greater effectiveness and maturity in life and ministry. He has more than two decades experience of doing this in various interdenominational and international contexts. He has been involved in the Dunamis Fellowship at various levels as a participant, team member and teacher for about about one and half decades.
He is a ‘tent-making’ professional Surveyor who seeks to invest his time and energy into studying, practising and teaching God’s word. He believes this word is powerful and life-transforming when taught with simplicity, and in the power of the Spirit.
He is married to Linda, with whom he has two children and they make their home in London where they are part of Aveley Christian Centre.