Dr. Willie Wells

Dr. Willie Wells, Jr. is the Pastor of the Pleasant Grove Missionary Baptist Church of Fairfield, Alabama. His ministerial objective is fulfilling the great commandment of winning souls to Christ and teaching the word of God to enrich the knowledge of man in the acceptance of the Holy Word. Dr. Wells is a graduate of Woodlawn High School. He received his Bachelor of Science Degree in Marketing from Alabama State University. He received a Bible Certificate, Bible Diploma, and a Bachelor of Theology Degree, both, from the Birmingham/Easonia Bible College. He received his Master of Ministry in Arts Degree, MA, from the Birmingham Theological Seminary. The Birmingham/Easonia Bible College honored him with a Doctor of Divinity Degree, DD, in recognition of his community leadership and humanitarian commitment. Pastor Wells serves as a lecturer in the Peace Baptist Congress and Association. He is a certified instructor by the National Baptist Publishing Board. He is an Alpha Man, a member of the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., a community leader and many other worthy organizations. Dr. Wells is recognized as a renowned Lecturer and a Motivational Teacher. He is An Ordained Shepherd with a Vision Rightly Leading Gods People, truly a humanitarian. He is a professor at the Birmingham Theological Seminary. Dr. Wells strongly believes in a continued growth in Christian Education. Dr. Wells is married to Carol A. Johnson Wells of Birmingham, Alabama and is the proud father of two sons, Willie Well, III and Andrew Wells and a beloved daughter-in-law, Dr. Valencia Wells.

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