Bishop Hezekiah Xzavier Walker, Jr. (born December 24, 1962) in Brooklyn, New York, is a Grammy Award-winning gospel recording artist, founder and leader of the Love Fellowship Choir, and Pastor/Bishop of the Love Fellowship Tabernacle, with locations in Brooklyn, N.Y., and Bensalem, Pennsylvania. Bishop Walker is also the Founder and Overseer of the Covenant Keepers International Fellowship, which spiritually covers, and gives guidance and direction to, numerous pastors and their churches throughout the US and South Africa.
As pastor, he shepherds a growing multi-cultural flock of members varying in age, race, and socio-economic background. Born in the tumultuous Fort Greene public housing projects of Brooklyn, N.Y., he has risen to found, build, and lead a significant ministry. On December 18th 2003, Walker was ordained Overseer by the Honorable Bishop Kenneth H. Moales during the 10th Founders Week Celebration of the Love Fellowship Tabernacle. In his new elevation, Walker began a covenant relationship with other pastors in the northeast of the US, and in South Africa, under the title of the Covenant Keepers International Fellowship.
Bishop Walker has released several albums on the music labels: Sweet Rain Records, Benson Music Group, and Verity Records as Hezekiah Walker & The Love Fellowship Crusade Choir, Hezekiah Walker & The Love Fellowship Choir, and more recently (since 2005) as, Hezekiah Walker & LFC. Walker's efforts have seen him win Grammy Awards for Best Gospel Album by Choir or Chorus twice: once for Live in Atlanta at Morehouse College (1994), and once for Love is Live! (2001).
Bishop Walker's latest project is a feature length motion picture entitled Nocturnal Agony, which he stars in the role of "Detective Franklin."