Hi my name is Bertha Jett. I teach the older widow ladies Sunday School class. We are a small group of women and we are always open to visitors and/or new members. Our class age is 77 to 91, most are in their 80s. We meet at 9:30 am. We use Life way Christian Literature - Explore the Bible in our class.Group Details
As a class leader, I've been teaching adult Sunday School off & on for about 30-35 years. I am 69 and have been married 45 years. I have children and grandchildren, and my highest education is a Masters Degree. My primary interests are reading and studying the Bible and writing lessons for the class in more Biblical debt than traditional lesson plans. I have studied the book of Revelation and other related end time prophecy books of the Bible for about 30+ years. Out of church my favorite activities are salt water fishing, gardening, going to the beach with family and especially sharing ice cream and sweets with grandchildren.
The class is made up of people whose ages are high 40's to low 80's. They are married with children and grandchildren and all are what I would call 'Not New but more Mature Christians'. Every Sunday we begin the class with sweet snacks, coffee, fellowship and prayer requests, then a brief analysis of current events as they relate to what the Holy Bible says and finally, the lesson. Currently we are discussing 'End Times Events', specifically the book of Revelation and other 'End Times' related books of the Bible. After we finish this study, the class will pick another book from the Bible and we will study that book. Also, I believe that anyone who comes to our class will be made to feel very welcome and quickly become part of the class family.
I started to teach when I graduated from Airplane & Engine Mechanic School in the Air Force, not because I chose to, but because the powers that be handed me orders to report for duty at the school headquarters. I wasn't happy about it, but orders are orders. I taught until my enlistment was up and I was discharged.
Several years later I accepted Jesus as my Savior and my Pastor asked me what I could do to serve my Lord. The words came out of my mouth without even thinking about it, and I answered, "I can teach". I taught a class of junior boys for many years before I relocated to Lake Saint Louis. I know that at least one of those young men became a servant of the Lord as he worked in my department after graduating from college. He is also a close friend and serves as a deacon in the Baptist Church of Harvester. Needless to say, I take teaching seriously as I serve the Lord. I truly believe the Holy Spirit led my response to my Pastor that day long ago.
My group is made up of adults that are primarily in their 70's and 80's. We'd welcome anyone that enjoys studying and growing in the Word of God!Group Details
I moved to the St Louis area in 2000 when I retired from the Air Force and went to work for Boeing. Now retired from Boeing I am working on my first novel. Carol and I have three daughters, all married, two living in Virginia and one in Ohio. They have blessed us with six grandchildren total, which does tend to motivate our frequent use of I-70. The Lord has also blessed us with the health to do the travel, as well as that needed for research for the book. In the off time, I shoot Trap during the spring and summer and hunt upland game and ducks in the fall and winter. In between, I fill requests from children for woodworking products, and tend to the hay and animals.
Our class member's interests also include shooting, hunting, and woodworking, as well as fishing and travel. The ladies of our class have a ministry to those who can’t get to church, and make weekend trips together, the last having been to Branson. We get together at least once a month, when we go for a late breakfast on the 2nd Sunday of the month. In class, we have a lot of participation, desire for deeper understanding of the material, and strive to seek the Lord’s guidance in the application of His Word to our lives.Group Details
I’ve been serving the Lord as a missionary with Child Evangelism Fellowship for 10 years and have been a missionary since I was saved at the age of 16. I’m just a broken guy, living in a broken world but I am very thankful for all the family here at FBCW who guide people to the One who can fix our brokenness. I’m excited to be leading a Sunday School with a team of fantastic men and women who are sure to make it a spiritually refreshing and awesome time. We look forward to meeting all the college and career aged people each morning at
As a transplant from central Louisiana, my family and I have called Wentzville home since 2007. We joined FBC Wentzville in 2012 after searching for a biblically based church home. My wife and I are the proud parents of two teenage children who test our patience and parenting skills daily. As an IT professional, I spend hours in front of a screen everyday, so in my off time I enjoy spending time with my family and anything that doesn’t involve a computer! I am passionate about God’s biblical plan for marriage and the husband’s role within the family.
Our class is generally composed of married parents somewhere in the 30-40yr old range. We share in the joys and pitfalls that married life with children can bring! We place an emphasis upon discussing “real world” issues and using God’s word to light our pathway as husbands, wives and parents.Group Details
This large class meets at 8 a.m. and is comprised mostly of adults in their 60's-70's. Many of the class have faithfully walked with the Lord and continue to serve him today in the church. Join us if you'd like to connect with a mature group of believers who are making the most of the retirement years.Group Details