Dr Paul Enenche is a Nigerian Christian pastor. He is senior pastor at Dunamis International Gospel Centre in Abuja.
Dr. Paul Eneche is the founder and senior pastor of Dunamis International Gospel Center, a church he founded in 1996.
As the founder and senior pastor of Dunamis International Gospel Centre (DIGC) in Abuja, Nigeria with over 20,000 congregation in five services every Sunday.
More than 20 years in ministry, with the power and presence of the living Christ; demonstrating Jesus Christ as the loving, living, saving, healing son of God.
The mission of the ministry is to propagate the earth with the knowledge of the glory of the Lord as the water covers the sea.
Pastor Paul Enenche was formerly a practicing Medical doctor before he got called into establishing the ministry. He is married to a doctor also, Dr. Becky Enenche and blessed with four children.
Pastor Paul Enenche is the publisher of the monthly daily devotional called ‘ The Seeds of Destiny’ and also the host of the popular television and Radio series titled ‘Destiny Encounter’.
He has also written many inspirational books.
But as many as received him, to them gave he power to become the sons of God, even to them that believe on his name: Which were born, not of blood, nor of the will of the flesh, nor of the will of man, but of God. 1 John 1:1.
But ye shall receive power (Dunamis), after that the Holy Ghost is come upon you: and ye shall be witnesses unto me both in Jerusalem, and in all Judaea, and in Samaria, and unto the uttermost part of the earth. Acts 1:8
In ACTS 1:8, Dunamis is the Greek word for Power.
It means miraculous power and intense ability.
Dunamis is a power source that reproduces itself without diminishing in intensity.
The Ministry was named Dunamis International Gospel Centre, in response to God’s divine instruction given to the set man of the house -Dr. Paul Enenche.
The Call and History
Pastor Paul Eneche is the publisher of the monthly daily devotional called ‘The Seeds of Destiny’ and also the host of the popular television and Radio series titled ‘Destiny Encounter’. He has also written many inspirational books.
Pastor Dr. Paul Eneche and his wife has touched many lives through their life changing sermons, talks and seminars.
Endowed with the double edged gift of scientific knowledge as a medical doctor and anointed of God, by a heavy power to save, heal, deliver. Thus, bringing hope to the hopeless and giving them a reason to fulfill destiny; as the set man of the house.
He has passion for youths, and is a well sought-after speaker by government and various organizations. Dr. Paul is known for ruggedness in the delivery of raw, undiluted word of truth. His compassion for the sick and oppressed is evident in the manner which leads him; setting people free through the power of God.
His ministry is wrapped with the passion for restoring Human Destiny and dignity. A mentor-ship to men with his exceptional wife Dr. Becky, with four beautiful Children resident in Abuja Nigeria.
To manifest the reality of the Almightiness of God’s power to our generation, by the restoration of Human Destiny and Dignity.
Many have heard the gospel, but need to see God in action, therefore, we celebrate the power and presence of God demonstrated in the lives of His children, through the very many signs and wonders in our meetings. Mark 16:20
We want to fill the earth with divine influence and our goal is to have every member of the commission filled with God’s evident power to save, heal and lift people everywhere they are found. Isa 27:6, Gen. 1:28.
Starting from our Jerusalem, we are set to spread to the uttermost part of the earth as God leads per time. Dunamis International Gospel Centre already has outreaches established around African and other continents.We are still spreading with the fire and mission committed into our hands.
How it all started.
It was 3-days to the end of May, 1996, in Jos Plateau, State, Nigeria and a young doctor was at a cross road to what-next-to-do-with-his-life. He had to choose rather:
To relocate to London with his beautiful wife who is also a doctor,
To go and step up his medical qualification in a prestigious university,
To take two other attractive medical appointments within the country.
It was a period of great restlessness for this young doctor and so he decided to take out time and seek God’s face to help him get off the cross road dilemma.
And so he journeyed to a mountain, at the outskirts of Jos to talk to God. At the end of three days without food and water, he came down from the mountain with a clear vision of exactly what he was to do with his life.
He had been instructed to put aside his medical certificate and go to the city of Abuja and start a gospel outreach that will be to heal, save and deliver people in his name.
A Ministry to restore human destiny and dignity. On getting home, his young wife who was nursing their few-months old first baby had also taken out time to do a six-to-six fast and prayer for her husband. The spirit of God told her exactly what He told him, confirming the call.
In November 1996, six months after the call, Dr. Pastor Paul Enenche and his wife Dr. Mrs. Becky Enenche left every plan they had made for their lives and moved to Abuja.
Like Abraham, they knew no body and no place, but obeying the Lord was paramount to them, and so, they proceeded to commence the instruction given to them.
Today, that is the basis for the May convention that the church organizes every Month of May – The Destiny Recovery Convention – characterized by Gods presence to set people free and help them through cross-roads of life.
First Sunday Service
Dunamis International Gospel Centre was established on the 10th of November 1996. And the first Sunday service was held at Abuja Centre for Arts and Culture (First Floor) Area 10.
Church service was held there for 2weeks and the church later moved to Abuja Sheraton Hotel & Towers, where the church worshipped for about 6 months. The church moved to her present site in June, 1997, less than a year after the ministry started.
Today the ministry is one of the greatest in Nigeria.