Dr. Wells is the founding pastor of the O’Fallon Apostolic Assembly. Dr. Wells has served in the ministry of the Apostolic Faith since 1976, having served for six years in various capacities at the Apostolic Pentecostal Church of Morgan Park, Chicago, Illinois; holding such positions as: Vice Chairman of the Youth Department and Chairman of the Drama Guild. Dr. Wells has been involved with Word Ministry for thirty-one years and has served in the pastorate for the past thirty-one consecutive years. In 1982, the Lord called Dr. Wells to the pastorate of the House of Prayer Apostolic Church in Carbondale, Illinois, wherein he served until 1987. At such time, Dr. Wells received a mandate from the Lord to establish the O’ Fallon Apostolic Assembly, where he currently serves as the Senior Pastor.
Dr. Wells has been highly profitable in the vocation whereunto he has been called. He steadily demonstrates the authenticity of the scripture found in Proverbs 18:16, “A man’s gift maketh room for him and bringeth him before great men.” Dr. Wells served for six years as the Administrative Assistant to the Honorable Bishop Alphonso Scott, Diocesan of the 12th Episcopal District (Pentecostal Assemblies of the World).
In 1992, Dr. Wells was elevated to the office of District Elder and in 1997, he was elevated to the office of Suffragan Bishop in the Haitian District Council. Dr. Wells has preached and taught over 3,000 sermons, seminars and bible classes, to date. He has written, directed and produced several plays, which include, “Are You Ready for the Rapture” and “The Great White Throne Judgment.” Dr. Wells has hosted the Annual Visions Bible Conference since its inception in 2000, sponsored by the O’Fallon Apostolic Assembly. Dr. Wells, has also authored a book entitled “Challenges in the Ministry. This book is geared to help instruct new minister’s that have been called to the ministry. Dr. Wells is highly regarded as a prolific teacher and plenary speaker for the Midwestern District Council, the Illinois District Council and the Northwestern District Council.
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