Apostle Alfred Showers is an anointed teacher with a passion for instructing and encouraging the body of Christ. Many agree that an encounter with Apostle Showers is an unforgettable experience, and this is a universal reaction to all who know him or have heard him teach. Apostle Showers is a simple yet remarkable man who is used in an extraordinary way by an extraordinary God. He posses a contagious and inspiring measure of faith beyond natural belief.
Apostle Alfred Showers was born in Independence, Louisiana in 1963 to the late Jessie Showers and Bessie Kelly. In 1991, he married Sopheia Showers, a vivacious young woman who loves God and stands by him as a partner in Ministry. In 1993, he and his family submitted their lives to Christ and have been dedicated to God ever since. On November 14th, 1999, Apostle Showers was ordained into the ministry and continued to devote himself to winning many people to Christ on an individual basis by being faithful to his church, teaching home bible studies, and by giving a Word to any and all that he met. The power that brought these kinds of results was the presence of the Holy Spirit, who filled Apostle Showers and used him in bringing the good news of the gospel wherever he went. Apostle Showers gives glory to God for everything that is being accomplished through his ministry, and his desire is for people to understand his work only in context because his sole desire is that people would see Jesus and nothing else.
He believes the greatest scripture ever written was when God said, “My people perish for lack of knowledge". Ever since he founded the church in September of 2001, he has been dedicated to the teaching of God's Word so that even a babe can comprehend it and making the church vision plain so that anyone that hears or reads it may understand it and run for the Lord!
Apostle Alfred Showers put together a workbook titled, “The Five Powers of a Seed.” He is also working on writing three books: “I Refuse to Die Like This,” “Can Anything Good Come From a Messed Up Situation?” and “I’m Blessed Because I’m a Giver.”