Bishop Fowler is the second out of fourteen siblings. Son of Vezel Saunders Gibson and Frederick Fowler. He is married to the Reverend Saveletta Reckley Fowler. They have one son and one daughter.
He accepted the Jesus as personal Saviour and Lord November 8th 1974. He was ordained an Elder to the Gospel Ministry October 17, 1993 by the North Andros branch of the Bahamas Christian Council. He served at the Great Pentecostal Church of the Living God, from 1983-1995. He accepted the call to the pastorate in July 1995, and consecration to the Apostleship in July 2007.
certified Pastoral Counselor, honorary Doctorate of Divinity from World Christianship Ministries Fresno, CA. Doctorate of Divinity from Vision International University Romona CA. Doctorate in Theology, and Doctorate in Philosophy (Ph.D.) at North Carolina College of Theology. Also a Certifier Professor of NCCT Satellite Extension College For the Bahamas and the Caribbean.
Among many achievements, he is the first Bahamian to be certified by the American Culinary Federation and the Bahamas Culinary Association as Executive Chef, a recipient of numerous award; including the R. E. Cooper Senior National Meritorious Service award, the William J. Seymour Award toward the advancement of the Pentecostal movement in the Bahamas April 2006. And recently honored by The Bahamas Culinary Association as a Legend in the Culinary Arts, and for exemplary leadership, and for the development and Promotion of the Culinary Profession in the Bahamas.
Bishop Fowler, a genuine Apostolian! A Justice of the Peace and currently serving as President of the Bahamas Apostolic Association. He believes in the oneness of the Godhead, water baptism in Jesus’ Name, the advancement of the Kingdom of God through the preaching and teaching of the gospel message, and winning the lost without compromising the true gospel of Jesus Christ. For the gospel alone offers salvation without money or price.