Paul Enenche is a Nigerian Christian pastor. He is the senior pastor at Dunamis International Gospel Centre in Abuja. He was born in Orokam, Ogbadibo LGA of Benue State into the family of Chief D.E. Enenche and a younger brother to General John Enenche and belongs to the Idoma ethnicity. Haven passed through life-threatening challenges, he is seen to be the founder of a world growing church.
He was a medical practitioner before getting married in the year 1994 to Becky Iyangbe Ibu who was also a doctor and years later both went into the ministry.
Dunamis International Gospel Center, a church he founded in 1996 established on November 10, has experienced transitions from one level to another both in location and capacity, the church had its first Sunday service at the Abuja Centre for Arts and Culture Area 10. After two weeks, the church relocated to Abuja Sheraton Hotel & Towers, where worship took place for another six months and then in 1997, it moved to area 1 Garki part of Abuja.
The ministry, which took off from a humble beginning, has grown into a household name with several branches home and away through years of a relentless spiritual walk with God.
Achievement of pastor paul
On September 14, 2014, the church began the construction of the Lord’s Garden, the Church’s International headquarters in Abuja. Bishop David Oyedepo was an invited guest for the commencement of the foundation. The International Conference Centre and Glory Dome in the Lord’s Garden, a modern state-of-the-art edifice has a sitting capacity for one hundred thousand people.The event was a gathering of several branch churches across the capital ,Abuja and beyond.
Prior to the completion of the glory dome the church had a sitting capacity of 30,000 members, holds five church services every Sunday and Wednesday evening with overflow, among other services. Paul Eneche through the spirit of God has been able to expand the church through various construction projects for the furtherance of the Gospel and has been taught and touched by other anointed men of God in the likes of Bishop David Oyedepo and Pst W. F. Kumuyi whom he said was a member of his campus fellowship when in school.
The glory dome with a sitting capacity of a hundred thousand members was completed and was dedicated on the 24th of November 2018, presently known as the largest church auditorium in the world. At the dedication, anointed ministers of God, the elite of the society and politicians were present, among them was the former president of Nigeria, Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, the vice president Prof Yemi Osinbajo, the founder of Deeper Life Bible Church W.F. Kumuyi, the founder of living faith, Bishop David Oyedepo just to mention a few.
Moving beyond his present church ministry, his church started its own satellite television station in Nigeria with the establishment of Dunamis TV/Radio. The main purpose of the television and radio broadcasts is to reach the world for Christ with the word. Enenche’s broadcast has reached many both national and international with over three million active views across the globe.
To enhance the support of the kingdom for the future generation, he has established a Bible training programme known as the Dunamis School Of Ministry (DUSOM), to train leaders and future pastors who will continue with his vision and mission for God.
Enenche is the overseer of Destiny Academy and Destiny College owned by the church and also the overseer of Destiny Publications, run by the church. His wife Becky Eneche is the proprietress of Dunamis International School, a property own by the church.
Enenche is the overseer of Destiny Academy and Destiny College owned by the church and also the overseer of Destiny Publications, run by the church. His wife Becky Eneche is the proprietress of Dunamis International School, a property
Pastor Paul Enenche is the publisher of the monthly daily devotional called ‘The Seeds of Destiny’ and also the host of
Away from preaching, Enenche’s ministry is also involved in providing social amenities in several parts of the country including: roads, electric power, classrooms and school facilities, water supply, and health facilities and many other charitable works across the country.
Paul Enenche with his wife as a family