About Marnell Love: Dr. Marnell Wicks Love has been in church administration for more than forty years. Throughout that time, he has been an operational and financial consultant to churches and nonprofit organizations, a longtime Sunday school and Bible study teacher, and a minister. In 2017, Minister Love received his PhD in Ministerial Theology from Newburg Seminary.
Before he accepted the call from God, he held a degree in Business Administration with an emphasis in accounting. Professionally, Minister Love worked for and retired from the Exelon Corporation as an upper level manager, managing more than $200 million in contracted services. He was the district director of information technology and later the associate vice chancellor (vice president) at the City Colleges of Chicago. And Minister Love was an adjunct assistant professor of management and accountancy for graduate and undergraduate divisions in the Brennan School of Business at Dominican University.
Minister Love is the founder of Love-to-Help Accounting and Financial Management, which focuses on helping small businesses and struggling churches in Chicago and surrounding areas, and today is helping small businesses stay afloat during the COVID-19 pandemic. He is a pastor of a group of assisted-living seniors, a hospital and hospice chaplain, and a fire chaplain, treasurer, and emergency medical responder (EMR) for the Sardis Fire Department. He also serves as the financial officer and a board member at the Batesville Safe Shelter, a safe place for women who have been victims of domestic violence. He also ministers to people in his local hospital for mentally ill persons and those who are trying to overcome alcohol and drug addictions.