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Albert (Al) Fowler
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  • Victoria, BC
  • Canada
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Professional Storyteller is a network for people who work in the field of oral storytelling. Please write a brief paragraph about your work.
A story worth telling is a story that carries a message that everyone should get.

Who is Al Fowler?

Al Fowler is a person with many interests: a retired clergyman; a retired military chaplain; a military historian; a ghost writer but, most of all, a storyteller. He has told stories in Churches for 45 years.

His stories are from many sources, sometimes they are is own creations. He has taught Sunday School teachers how to tell Biblical stories and storytellers how to tell spiritual stories.He has taught scientists how to tell their story to everyday people.

Al owns the Forget-Me-Not Personal History business and is often busy writing someone's Last Wishes or Personal History.  At other times he is president of the Victoria Storytellers Guild in Victoria, Canada, and on the executive of the Storytellers of Canada - Raconteurs du Canada.

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At 6:27am on September 7, 2008, Don 'Buck P' Creacy said…
Hello Al;

What a great site PS has become and what a great community of tellers. Forgive me for being so late in greeting you. My heart decided to throw a little surprise party at the emergency room... not a heart attack just Pericarditis (non-lethal... only painful condition). I am recovering nicely, was able to go ahead and get married and move. So you might forgive my late greeting. Hope you join some of the groups... mine will pick back up as I get more settled into our new routines. Anyway... welcome to PS and I hope you learn to love it and this wonderful collection of tellers as much as I do.

At 9:29pm on September 2, 2008, Pam Holcomb said…
Hi Al:

Welcome to the Biblical Storytellers! It has a great bunch of folks. I can't imagine an effective minister that isn't gifted in storytelling. After all look who was the greatest storyteller of all time - Jesus! He left us many fine examples with his parables.

The best advice I could give you is to tell every chance you get. I tell to the children at my chuch once a month. The kids love it, it gives the teachers a break and they love it, and I love it. It's really good fun. The month of August, I told "You Are Special" by Max Lucado. It's a great book - and series.

Please keep me informed. I look foward to becoming friends with you through this wonderful website.

Pam Holcomb
At 1:40pm on July 25, 2008, Steve Evans said…
Greetings and welcome to this great site. I hope you find it useful. Would you consider joining the Applied Storytelling: the Power of Story group? We would love to have wisdom and insights added to the discussions and would welcome you starting some of your own! Best wishes to you. STEVE

PS - You might also be interested in the Bible Storytellers group !
At 10:13pm on July 19, 2008, Cindy Campbell said…
You too!
I don't think I'm recovered from the time change yet - it's 12 am and I'm still bright eyed!



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