Enoch Phiri is a South African televangelist, writer, and motivational speaker. His biography could be a source of inspiration for many. As a pastor, he has been able to touch millions of people within and outside the country.
His Taking Dominion television programs have touched the lives of many in South Africa and Africa. With his ministry and opinions, the televangelist has been able to ignite the heart of many Africans.
|Name||Enoch Frank Phiri|
|Ministry Telephone||+27 11 297 8000|
+27 83 942 9332
|Ministry Email||[email protected]|
His Partnerships with the people of Africa in his ministry, especially in SADC, have extended some of his works. Pastor Enoch has partnered with many popular gospel artists.
He has also made an impact through his opinions on several issues affecting our society. He has provided opinions on issues like human trafficking, women and child abuse, human rights, and current land debate.
Pastor Phiri’s voice on his opinions has been heard on recognized media platforms in the country. He has voiced his opinions on several key media platforms including:
- Power FM
- Morning Live on SABC 2
- Move Magazine
- Drum Magazine
- City Press
- Cape Argus
- Sunday times
- Herald in Zimbabwe
He is a businessperson and has established business operations in South Africa and Zimbabwe. Pastor Enoch has a variety of networks in the public and private sectors.
Pastor Enoch is the founding and Senior Pastor of Restoration House. The church is located in Protea Glen, Soweto.
His weekly television show Taking Dominion airs on TBN in Africa and on One Gospel. To many pastors, he serves as a mentor across many denominations.
- On Tuesdays: Dominion Mandate (10 am to 12 noon)
- On Wednesdays: Bible Study (7 pm)
- Every Sunday: Main Service (9 am to 12 noon)
Pastor Enock Frank Phiri got married to Busisiwe, the love of his life. Their marriage is blessed with a son and two daughters. On 18 June 2019, SowetanLive reported that the pastor and his wife of eighteen years went their separate ways.
The report covered that his wife dumped him and celebrated the split at a local tavern with a friend and cousin.
The details emerged after the congregation of Enoch’s church came across a video of their pastor’s wife dancing.
In the video she danced to and sang along to I’d Rather Be Alone, Karyn White’s classic, in a place that seemed like a tarvan.
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