Born Rohan Leeroy Edwards in Spanish Town Jamaica, Enexile was only one year old when he was left to live with his grandmother while his mother migrated to Houston, Texas. At the age of four, he was uprooted once again when he and his grandmother joined his great grandmother in a small mountainside community in Manchester Jamaica. Raised by the two elderly women, he learned from a young age about hard work and helping others. At age 12, Enexile moved to Texas with his older sister to be reunited with their mother. The rough streets of Houston welcomed him with open arms at a time when his single mother was doing her best to provide for her children. Quickly falling in with the wrong crowd, Enexile’s legal troubles began. After several run-ins with the local authorities, Enexile was sent to juvenile boot camp. After returning home, his troubles seemed to have only just begun. At age 19, sentenced to 18 years in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice System, Enexile settled in for what seemed to be his inevitable future in prison. His then girlfriend Jennifer was pregnant with his son Korey and he knew this sentence meant he wouldn't be there to raise his only son.
Being young and hungry for acceptance, Enexile began spending time with the leaders of the Islamic community in TDC. With this group being the only ones to show they cared, Enexile became an extremely dedicated follower. Studying the beliefs of the Muslim faith, he quickly worked his way up the ranks. It was during this time that he began studying the Bible as well. While in prison, he met a Christian missionary named Ms. Cynthia Davis. Learning that he had a Christian foundation from his earliest years in Jamaica and never judging the fact that he was a professed Muslim, Cynthia began pouring in to his life!
After serving fourteen years of his eighteen year sentence, Enexile was released and immediately deported back to Jamaica, to the home he hadn't seen in years. With his immediate family, Jennifer (who would soon become his wife), and his 14 year old son all still remaining in the United States, Enexile focused on helping his community in any way possible. Though he had not yet professed his faith in Christ, in 2011 Enexile and his wife teamed up with Ms Cynthia Davis, Ronnie Rock, Tre9 and other missionaries with Eyes on Me Ministries, to host a back to school community outreach that has now become an annual event. Through Gods provision, the team was able to provide over 100 children with backpacks filled with school supplies, over 150 Bibles distributed and both spiritually and physically, fed hundreds of his neighbors. It was during this trip that Enexile bonded with his wife’s best friend Amanda Herring. Enexile and Amanda went on early morning walks, where she used physical fitness as an excuse to have daily opportunities to share the Gospel of Jesus with him. It wasn’t long before one of those walks led to Enexile accepting Jesus as his personal Lord and Savior! Since accepting Christ, Enexile has continued working to help change his community. He has formed a Boys and Girls Club, which meets weekly in his home and teamed up with American and African missionaries to form and train a Soccer ministry. In addition, he facilitates a weekly discipleship group and an addiction support group. Using his positive music, Enexile desires to reach at risk youth with the Gospel of Jesus, sharing his story for HIS glory!