As our founding and Senior Pastor, Bishop Enlow is continually inspired and fueled by the vision God gave him many years ago. Bishop Enlow was pursuing a career in the United States Navy when God spoke and instructed him to return to New Jersey. Since that time, Bishop Enlow has been instrumental in planting churches throughout New Jersey, as well as across the United States. Bishop Enlow will tell you personally that God has been faithful to His Word, which has enabled our Bishop to have an uncompromising faith in a God who is able. Bishop Enlow’s ministry has afforded him opportunities to minister across North America, the Caribbean, and even as far as Asia. After hearing his anointed message of faith, you will leave New Destiny inspired to believe God for the impossible. Bishop has stated on many occasions, “Lord, I’ve been walking by faith ever since I met you, and you have never failed me.” Bishop Enlow concurs with Sir Winston Churchill’s famous words, “this is our finest hour.” More recently, Bishop Enlow became the head of United UNIPAS, the International Union of Pastors and Volunteer Chaplains. This ministry seeks to train and prepare pastors and lay people alike for service beyond the walls of the church, by going into prisons, shelters, hospitals, courts and other public institutions in society. Bishop Enlow believes that by sending trained pastors and chaplains, the church can be more effective in spreading the “good news” of Jesus Christ. Bishop Enlow has been married to his high-school sweetheart, Vanessa Enlow, for 32 years. They have four children: Dariaus, Jason, Calvin, and Vanessa, and three grandchildren: Bryce, Chase and Gabrielle.
1st Lady Vanessa Enlow
Our 1st Lady, Vanessa Enlow, is the anchor and pillar of Bishop, and oversees the Ladies’ Ministry, the Women of Destiny. Her teaching and example of how to live in this 21st century is a tremendous blessing. Furthermore, 1st Lady Vanessa holds a degree in early childhood education from Raritan Valley Community College, which she uses to further the Children’s Ministry of New Destiny. Our 1st Lady returned to school at the tender age of 40, and was the first African-American women to graduate as valedictorian in the history of Raritan Valley Community College. She also has advanced training in the areas of domestic violence and mistreatment of women. As a certified Chaplain, she responds to domestic violence incidents throughout central New Jersey. 1st Lady Enlow has been married to Bishop Enlow for 32 years after having first me him in the sixth grade. She is also the proud mother of Dariaus, Jason, Calvin, and Vanessa, and grandmother to Bryce, Chase and Gabrielle. She also has two daughters-in-law: Tracey and April.
Pastor Dariaus Enlow
Pastor Dariaus is a native of Franklin Park, New Jersey. After graduating from Franklin High School in 1994, Pastor Dariaus Enlow went on to further his studies at Morehouse College, located in Atlanta, Georgia. Upon graduating from Morehouse College with honors in 1999, with a Bachelor’s degree in Education, Pastor Dariaus went to Rutgers to pursue a Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology, with emphasis on family systems. Upon completion of this degree, Pastor was accepted into the prestigious Princeton Theological Seminary, and graduated in 2006 with his Master’s of Divinity. Currently, Pastor D. is waiting for the Fall of 2009 to begin his Doctorate of Ministry. Since he was a child, Pastor D. knew his calling was to the ministry. As a young Pastor, he is culturally relevant, and understands deeply the plight of young people. When you visit New Destiny, you’ll see and feel the presence of youth, as they reach out to touch and know God in a deeper sense. Pastor D. has been married to his beautiful wife, Tracey, for the last seven years, and is the proud father of Bryce and Chase.
Dr. Tracey Enlow
Dr. Tracey is the awesome woman of God who holds Pastor D. down. Dr. Tracey was born in Kingston, Jamaica, moving to the United States when she was twelve. Upon graduating Mid-Wood High School, located in Brooklyn, New York in 1995, Dr. Tracey enrolled in Rutgers College in New Brunswick, New Jersey. There Dr. Tracey majored in Biology and minored in Psychology. During her matriculation through Rutgers College, Dr. Tracey was awarded many scholarships, and gained enormous recognition for her scientific research. At the completion of her time at Rutgers, Dr. Tracey applied to Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. In 2003, Dr. Tracey proudly graduated with her M.D. and was accepted as an anesthesia resident at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital. Currently, Dr. Tracey is on staff at Robert Wood Johnson Hospital as an attending anesthesiologist physician. When she is not putting people to sleep, she is deeply involved with the day-to-day activities that go on at New Destiny. Her brilliance is an asset to the ministry of New Destiny as she tag teams with Pastor Dariaus, teaching the college & career classes. She also enjoys singing in the Worship Experience Chorale and Praise Unlimited Choir. Dr. Tracey is motivated, driven and passionate about success. Her testimony is powerful, and ultimately gives glory to a God that is able to do exceeding and abundantly above what we can dream or think for ourselves. Dr. Tracey is the proud mother of Bryce Avery Enlow and Chase Nathaniel Enlow. When you visit New Destiny, you’ll instantly be able to spot the Pastor’s little rascals…oops, we mean boys!