About Sharel E. Gordon-Love

Sharel E. Gordon-Love is a licensed evangelist, author, publisher, motivational speaker, and brand ambassador who is a former Domestic Violence victim and a two-time cancer survivor. Sharel personally advocates for both in her writing and the platform of an inspirational speaker to share her experiences and life journey. 

Born and raised in Plainfield, New Jersey, Evangelist Love is the oldest daughter born to the late Ronald A. Gordon, and Coretha Cobb. She is the mother of three sons, Khayree, Alvin “AJ,” and Ronald, (Tamare), and grandmother to identical twin girls, Harper and Olivia.

Writing for Sharel began at the age of six, winning immediate recognition for her essays and short stories.  Her first nonfiction work, “Is There Hope for the Black Male?” was published by Black Child Magazine in 1994.

Sharel has several published works beginning with the “Seasons of Life,” and has also released a 7-book eBook series titled, “Saved to Served.” In July of 2015, Sharel became the publisher of After The Storm Publishing, LLC, a division of Peace in the Storm Publishing, LLC. ASP Kids, the children’s division of After The Storm Publishing launched July of 2017.

Becoming a brand ambassador for Elissa Gabriele Naturals in 2019, Sharel shares her experience with the product line and the growth of her natural hair that healed her scalp and generated growth in areas of hair loss and damage. A dedicated Christian and active church worker on her local and jurisdictional church administrative staff, youth department, and women’s ministries, Sharel is also a licensed evangelist in the Church of God in Christ, where she, along with her family attend New Reid Temple COGIC, in East Orange, New Jersey.