Focused Living's Staff Team


Dr. Perry Bowers

Dr. Perry Bowers

Founder and President

Perry and his beautiful bride, Janet, have been married since 1975 and live in Columbia, SC. They have two married daughters both married to awesome son-in-laws, and 6 beautiful grandchildren. He received his undergraduate degree from University of Maryland ('go Terps!), his Masters from Western Baptist Seminary, a Doctorate of ministry from Columbia International University, and is an ordained PCA (Presbyterian Church of America) pastor. He is addicted to road biking, an aging animal on the trails with his mountain bike, loves kayaking, inhales books and on occasion you will find him devoting as he tries to shoot his IQ on the front nine. He is a hopeless romantic, hand holding hugging husband, and a certifiably warped 'Far Side' freak.


Rev. David Andes

Rev. David Andes

Ministry Associate

David has been on staff with FLM since 1998. He and Katherine have been married since 1990 and live in Irmo, SC with their two sons. David grew up in Philadelphia and Northern Wisconsin. He received his undergraduate degree from Bucknell University and his MDiv from Columbia International University. He has a background in tennis teaching and utility cost analysis. His pastimes include riding bikes with his boys, playing tennis with Katherine, canoeing, vegetable gardening, and and walking the family dog, Scout.


Rev. German Wright

Pastor German Wright

German has been married to the lovely Sandra Wright since 1987 and live in Columbia, SC. Their son, Caleb, attends Liberty University. German did his undergraduate studies in Business Marketing and Management at the University of South Carolina (go Cocks!). In 1994 German became an ordained pastor and serves as senior Pastor of Daily Living Ministries Christian Fellowship in Cayce, SC. He has a passion for helping people and serving the people of God wholeheartedly and unselfishly, a trait instilled in him at a very young age, as the middle child of a family of eleven! In his own household the word "together" is key to doing anything. When not ministering or focusing on his family, he enjoys playing the trumpet.