Rev. Trevor Payton
Rev. Trevor Payton, has served as the Executive Director of Dunamis Fellowship Canada since September 2018. He is eager to see Christians thrive all across Canada: cooperating with the Holy Spirit as they witness to Jesus Christ with the love of the Father. Trevor has been ordained as a Minister of the Word and Sacrament in the Christian Reformed Church since 2006, serving churches in Ontario and New Jersey. He thoroughly enjoys any opportunity to bring the Dunamis teaching to people because this material has renewed and reshaped his own life so powerfully. Since July of 2000 Trevor has been married to his wife, Erin. They have five children, whom they also home-school. Trevor’s hobbies include soccer and strategy games, as well as just about anything that involves lightsabers or hobbits.
Patti and her husband Vince have been married since 1992 and have launched 3 adult children. Patti has 13+ years of experience in Alternative Education, homeschooling their 3 children through elementary and highschool. As well as working behind the scenes as administration for DFC, she is currently teaching part-time at a small Christian School in Grades JK-Grade 4. Patti is working diligently through personal healing with healing prayer, visions, dreams, journal entries and art work. Patti has attended several Dunamis events in Michigan, Guelph and North Carolina, gathering community around herself. The Dunamis way of doing things fits well with her mindset of being a life-long learner.
Youth & Young Adult Coordinator
Ashley has officially served as the Youth and Young Adult Coordinator for Dunamis Fellowship Canada since July 2021, but she has been involved in the worldwide Dunamis youth ministry, Upward Challenge, since the summer of 2018. She desires to see young people not only taught about who is the Holy Spirit, but to be given the tools to live out the dance with Him in everyday life. The Dunamis teachings have transformed her life, and she cannot wait to get a front row seat to see how they will transform others. When she is not serving DFC, you can find her working for The King’s University in their Community Relations office in Edmonton, Alberta. Outside of her two jobs, she enjoys cycling, spending time with friends and family, serving her local church, bursting randomly into song, and playing lots of card games. Skyjo, anyone?
Rev. Martin Boardman
Martin was a founding member of Dunamis Fellowship Canada. Dunamis answered the questions he had about the Holy Spirit in a systematic and Biblical way opening the door to drawing closer in intimacy with the Lord. Martin served as pastor in Brooks Alberta until the end of 2016. He and his wife Marlene and their sons continue to make Alberta their home while Martin serves in his current role as Prayer Mobilizer. He helps equip intercessors to cooperate with the Holy Spirit in fulfilling the work Jesus is calling us to do through small groups or cohorts of prayer, who, empowered by the Spirit, can engage in the battle for the advancement of God's kingdom. Watching people, churches and communities grow in their understanding and practice of prayer is one of the most rewarding experiences.
Rev. Ray Vander Kooij
Dean of Faculty
Rev. Ray Vander Kooij has been a Christian Reformed minister since 1994 and has served the Clinton Christian Reformed Church since 2020, having previously served churches in Acton and Simcoe, Ontario. Ray has been involved with the ministry of Presbyterian-Reformed Ministries International (PRMI) since 2000, and deeply appreciates the biblical teaching about the person and work of the Holy Spirit that he has experienced and encountered over the years. He was the founding chair of Dunamis Fellowship Canada in 2006, and over the years has served in teaching Ignites, Dunamis Projects, Dunamis Video Courses, Growing the Church, and the Advanced Healing & Deliverance Course. He and Sue have been married since 1989 and enjoy their two adult children. Ray & Sue enjoy partnering in leading and mentoring inner healing prayer ministry.
Track/Event Leadership Dean
Jane has been involved with Dunamis since the early 90’s in ON and later in AB. She coordinated the intercessory prayer both for some of those early events in AB and during the first Edmonton full Dunamis Track. Most recently she has been Track Director for Growing the Church and the Dunamis Project. Prayer is her passion, seeing people get more connected with God through their (prayer) relationship with the Holy Spirit. As of 2022 Jane is serving as Co-Dean for DFC. Her focus is on mentoring and supporting the Leadership teams for DFC events, with an eye on the West side of Canada.
Board of Trustees
Chair of the Board
Marjorie and her husband Rob have been married since 1997 and live in Burlington, ON where they attend Faith CRC. They have three young-adult daughters who spend most of the year away at university. Marjorie is a former Kindergarten teacher who just retired from classroom teaching and has moved to occasional teaching. She has been actively involved in her church’s prayer ministry for 15 years, the past 6 years as Prayer Team Coordinator. Marjorie first became involved with DFC when she attended the Dunamis track in Burlington in 2006. Over the years she has participated as an intercessor “on the wall” at DFC events in Ontario.
Freda and her husband Rob have been married since 1991 and attend the Brighton Fellowship CRC. Freda graduated from Calvin College in 1984 and then obtained her Occupational Therapy degree from the University of Toronto. She retired from O.T. to spend time at home when their 4 daughters were young. Freda enjoys connecting with others and helping in the community and is presently volunteering at a local pregnancy and family care centre. Freda and Rob live in Northumberland County in Ontario on 333 acres of forested land. They volunteer and support the work of the Northumberland land trust. They love to travel, hike, bike, canoe, and camp. Freda enjoys working on a number of different Boards and is excited to see where God is leading Dunamis in furthering His kingdom.
Shelly started her time on the DFC board in April 2022. She has been involved with DFC since her first track in Edmonton in 2014. She started volunteering with DFC almost immediately in various roles but currently serves as administrator for tracks in Edmonton. She has been married to her husband Ian since 2006, and they have 4 wonderful children. Shelly was blessed to be a stay-at-home mom for 13 years before returning to work in 2020 at a local grocery store. Over the years she has volunteered in their local community, at their kids’ Spanish school, and in their home church, including a local church plant in her home town.
Rev. Andy Cornell
Rev. Andy Cornell is minister of St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church in Dresden, ON and Executive Director of The Renewal Fellowship within The Presbyterian Church in Canada. Renewal’s mission is to provide prayer and pastoral care to evangelical Presbyterians across Canada. Andy was a reporter and editor in radio and print journalism for 24 years. He discovered the person and work of the Holy Spirit in 2016 through the Dunamis program, with track director Rev. Ron Sharpe. Andy is currently studying for certification in psychotherapy. He’s married to Pam and they have two adult sons. Personal interests include fitness and home renovations, which teach patience and discipline – things all pastors need!
Rev. Randy Green
Randy Green, has served on the DFC board since March 2021. He is a husband to his wife Lauren and they have two young boys Judah and Ethan. He is a pastor at Maple Ridge Christian Reformed Church in British Columbia. Randy has been involved with Dunamis since 2018. Randy is grateful for the opportunity to serve on the DFC board and loves building relationships with people from coast to coast through this ministry. He loves sports of all kinds, geeky things of all kinds and eating good food of all kinds. In the words of the great Jedi Master Kenobi… “May The Force Be With You.”
Andy Van Bodegom
Andy Van Bodegom is a retired electrical engineer who loves his Lord. He lives with his wife Sue of many years. They have 4 adult children, 14 grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren. They all live in the area and visit often. As an Elder in the Presbyterian church for many years, he has taught many Bible Studies. The Truth of His Word has become a real blessing. Now that the Presbyterian Church in Canada has drifted away from the truth of scripture, Andy and Sue have begun attending a Christian Reformed congregation in the area. Andy has been with DFC since 2012 and now is honoured to serve on the Board of Directors. He currently serves on the Finance Committee.
Ed Dubbeldam and Line des Rosiers married in 1990 and are blessed with two adult children. Ed recently retired from Christian Credit Union after 16 years of service. He has served in various roles for 20 plus years in the information technology field. Line and Ed have been active members of Bethel Community Church in Edmonton for 27 years. Ed has served as Chair of Council there for four terms. He participated in Grow the Church and Introduction to the Holy Spirit events at Bethel decades ago. Line and Ed have participated in recent local Dunamis Projects which have been such a blessing in their lives. Ed believes the teachings and programs that DFC and PRMI are providing are invaluable for those looking to grow into a deeper and richer life with our Lord and God. It is so important that we grow in our knowledge of the Spirit which he appreciates as the core of DFC’s purpose.