Nelson Bowen was born in Fayetteville, North Carolina in 1989, he would then be relocate to the greater Washington D.C. area with his father and mother, who currently work as a Prince George’s County Police Officer and retired Naval Officer.
From the early age of 5 years old there was a great call on Nelson’s life. Nelson would begin teaching the bible at the age of 8 and fell in love with the idea of being in church. Which later would land him the nickname “churchboy.”
Nelson has stapled his life off of the idea that “Christians are not perfect just forgiven”, and has committed his life to not only receiving God’s best, but seeing others live on the most optimum level of life that God has called them to live.
Churchboy has studied at both Salisbury University and Towson University, in addition to teaching at numerous churches in the United States of America. He has taught thousands, and as seen hundreds of salvations as he has made the young adult the primary focus of his ministry.
Over the next two years a full pledge ministry is in the works named INgage, and his first book is set to be released, this December entitled “A Fathers Love”
Currently Nelson Bowen resides in St. Louis, MO studying, interning and serving at the St. Louis Dream Center under the direction of Joyce Meyer Ministries.
This book takes a powerful stand on a pivotal and relevant issue plaguing our society today.Throughout the book, Nelson Bowen, intimately shares his experiences of growing up without a substantial relationship with his father. This book is not slander criminalizing absentee fathers. Instead it is an honest charge to each reader to critically examine his or her own life and take a stand.