Enoch Phiri’s Profile
Enoch Frank Phiri is a speaker, writer and TV personality, mentor, and a market place Apostle. Pastor Phiri touches millions of people through his Taking Dominion TV programs across South Africa and the entire African continent.
Pastor Enoch Phiri as a leader in ministry and society and one of the most influential voices in South Africa. His ministry and opinions have ignited the hearts of many Africans. He extends some of his work by partnering with African people in ministry (specifically in SADC), he has partnered with some of renowned gospel artists and has also provided opinions on various issues which affects our society such as, human trafficking, women and child abuse as well as general violation of human rights including the current land debate in South Africa). Enoch has voiced his opinions on key media platforms such as Power FM, SAFM, 702, Morning Live on SABC 2 and on print media like Move Magazine, Drum Magazine, City Press, Cape Argus, Sunday times and international print media such as the herald in Zimbabwe.
As a business person, Pastor Enoch Phiri has business operations both in South Africa and in Zambia, with a variety of networks in the public and private sectors.
Pastor Enoch F Phiri serves as the founding and Senior Pastor of Restoration House, a Church based in Protea Glen – Soweto, South Africa. He is married to the love of his life, Busisiwe They are the parents of one son and two daughters.
Enoch Phiri has weekly TV shows called Taking Dominion on both TBN in Africa as well as on One Gospel where he preaches the un diluted word of the kingdom to the nations of the World.
Pastor Enoch F Phiri is described as an apostolic strategist, communicator, teacher, thinker, and progressive leader. He possesses a passion towards ministering the Word of God in a clear, provocative, and revelatory manner that is well received by all generations and cultural groups.
Enoch serves as a mentor and friend among multitudes of pastors, transdenominationally. The merging of his spiritual journey, and that of social science, has served to facilitate an approach that reaches and embraces the disenfranchised, the poor, the youth, the elderly, the marginalized, and people of all faith communities.