The Minister Who Wore Many Hats: The Life and Work of the Reverend Charles E. Wells, Sr.

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The Minister Who Wore Many Hats: The Life and Work of the Reverend Charles E. Wells, Sr.

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The Minister Who Wore Many Hats: The Life and Work of the Reverend Charles E. Wells, Sr.
by Barbara H. Wells

In this inspiring biography, Barbara H. WellsBJ profoundly recalls the life and ministry of her dedicated and loving husband, Reverend Doctor Charles E. Wells, Sr. From a humble beginning in Lawrence, Pennsylvania, to an unforgettable journey that took the couple to Atlanta, Georgia, the Wells simultaneously experience anxiety, defeats, and amazing achievements. Reverend Wells is a man who stands tall for the AME Church and other blacks, particularly during the harrowing times of the Civil Rights Movement. Even after being arrested for urging blacks to demand equality, Wells does not harbor bitterness toward any group. His steadfast faith and tenacity certainly help him pastor several churches in multiple states over the years. Even with his I did it my way attitude, Wells possesses a softer side that shows his innate sense for interior design and absolute love for fashionhe is certainly a man of all trades. This biography is an intriguing testament to a man who redefines love in a non-judgmental, unnerving way.

About the Author

Barbara H. WellsBJ is a retired public school teacher living in Atlanta, Georgia. Her husband, Reverend Doctor Charles E. Wells, Sr., is deceased. Barbara has one son, Reverend Charles E. Wells, Jr. In addition to belonging to AAE, GEA, NEA, and AARP, Barbara is involved with the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. and the Eastern Star and Missionary Society of Flipper Temple Church. She is also a dance instructor and Girl Scout leader, and she enjoys interior design and fashion consulting. Barbara was inspired to write this book from the sudden death of her husband who died while on the job at Flipper Temple AME Church.

(2009, paperback, 150 pages)