There is a young lady who is currently and gradually rising, her name is Deborah Enenche. Perhaps her surname may have given her off, as that name is a popular one. Yes, you got it right! She is the daughter of the mighty Apostle, Paul Enenche – founder and general overseer of Dunamis International Gospel Center (DIGC). However, she stands out – not because she is the daughter of Paul Enenche, but because she is gifted with a rare gift- the ability to penetrate the soul with her melodious vocals.
Deborah’s voice is one you can liken to that of an Angel, so flawless that it can captivate the most hardened heart. She ministers mostly in songs at the DIGC Headquarters, Abuja, especially during special meetings. However, she is not only confined to the four walls of DIGC but also ministers in crusade grounds with Pastor Paul Enenche. During the last annual Shiloh held by Winners Chapel, Deborah led a session of worship and moved the crowd into worship.
Anyone who has been under Deborah’s ministration can testify that it is always so powerful that people are often drawn closer to God, with tears strolling their eyes. It is such a rare gift to command God presence whenever one ministers, this is what make Deborah stand out as a minister. During the Special Nation’s Worship program held by DGIC in 2020, Deborah ministered powerfully, and other senior ministers like Dunsin Oyekan and Sinach were seen worshipping God with deep reverence.
Pictures of Deborah Enenche ministering at DGIC
Her single title ‘Even if you slay me’ is making waves, as her views on Youtube keeps increasing. There seem to be no stopping for the young daughter of Pastor Enenche, she is only 26 years ( born March 28, 1995), but is already becoming a global figure, all thanks to her father and the glorious gift of God upon her life. Perhaps, when you see Deborah ministering at a global level, know that she didn’t just appear out of the blues, she had been rising gradually till she finally arrived to become a global figure.
Screenshots from the music video of ‘Even if you slay me’