Charles Scheele graduated from Pillsbury Baptist Bible College in 1979 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Bible and Pastorology. In 1983 he graduated from Central Baptist Theological Seminary with a Master of Divinity degree.
He has been a pastor from 1987 to the present. He has pastored two churches during that time, both churches being struggling churches that had almost closed their doors because of the previous pastors' behavior. From 1997 to 2000, while pastoring his second church, he served as a temporary chaplain at Lincoln Hills School, a juvenile prison in the state of Wisconsin.
While at his first church he held Bible studies at the Blackwell Job Corps Center. For the last 12 years, while pastoring his second church, he has been leading Bible study groups at the juvenile prison, Lincoln Hills School.
In a world that is filled with false religion, false gods and man’s pursuit of his own desires, true believers in Christ are bombarded with doctrines that are not only contrary to God’s truth, but ones that lessen man’s accountability to God and seek to mold God into a God of convenience that suits the personal desires of man.