Pastor Phil began his ministry as a member of top named gospel groups including The Ron Blackwood Singers, The Jr. Blackwood Brothers, a short time with The Imperials and 23 years with The Couriers. In 1970 Phil began concerts as a soloist and earned a well recognized name throughout the church world.
Pastor Jan comes from a family who dedicated her to ministry at an early. Music was always a part of her life. She was tutored to use music as a tool of her communication for the Gospel. Jan attended Central Bible College in Missouri and was part of a nationally acclaimed, award winning trio, The Joyairs.
Pastors Phil and Jan have recorded 7 albums together. Pastor Phil has recorded 14 solo albums and has 60 published songs. Their television ministry includes appearances on the CBN's "700 Club", Trinity Broadcasting Network, Canada's "100 Huntley Street", Gaither Homecoming and many independent stations. He is the imaginative author of, "Don't Quit, Now!", with over 30,000 copies sold.
After 40 years of evangelism in all fifty of the United States and forty eight nations around the world, Reverends Phil and Jan Enloe settled in southern Florida. They felt led to establish an Interdenominational Community Church where people from many different church backgrounds could enjoy the amazing diversity of God's family of believers. They welcome all Christians regardless of age or former church affiliation.
Establishing this interdenominational church was a major change in all Christian churches in general. Approximately thirty years prior most Church organizations became aware of their aging congregations and the neglect of their appeal to the younger generation. The pendulum of change took an extreme move toward youth and disenfranchised many older members who had established the church, who had built the buildings, who had been faithful and sacrificial supporters. Rather than striking a balance amid the generation gap, most church leaders began to exclude the worship style of the traditional congregation and replace it with a contemporary style in order to attract younger people. The Enloes were very aware of the shift in the church focus and recognized a need to minister to people of all ages while continuing to honor and minister to the founders of the faith.
Jan and Phil have four married daughters, Shonie, Stephanie (married to Chris Filla and live in Texas), and twins, Tuesdee and Wensdee. Wensdee passed away on June 28, 2010.