Alvin Love II Biography, Age, Family, Height, and Net Worth

Alvin Love II Biography

Alvin Love II is the personal manager and husband of award-winning gospel musician CeCe Winans. He is also the Co-founder of Nashville-based recording company PureSprings Gospel and the booking and management company CW Entertainment.

Alvin serves as a pastor of Nashville Life Church together with his wife Cece. He is also active in their home church in Nashville, TN, Born Again Church where he serves as  Trustee and licensed minister.

Alvin Love II Age

Alvin Love II was born on April 23, 1951, in the United States of America.He is 71 years old.


Love has not posted any information regarding his childhood and family.

Alvin Love II Nationality

Alvin holds an American nationality.


This information is under review.

Alvin Love II Marriage

Alvin is married to the award-winning gospel musician CeCe Winans on the 23rd  of June in the year 1984. The age difference between the couple is really huge (16 years) but they have stayed in the marriage for over 30 years now.

Alvin Love II with his wife Cece Winans

The two met when Love was 33 years old and Cece was 17 years at the time through mutual friends. Love went and spent a weekend with the Winans family while they were in South Carolina and the chemistry between them was undeniable.

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The couple went into courtship for less than a year and got married.In 2008, while at an interview with ‘Today’s Christian Women’ the couple shared that it took them about 10 years to discover the true meaning of a solid marriage.

“I learned what it meant to love CeCe the way Christ loved the church. Jesus stands by us no matter how stubborn or disobedient we’ve been. We try to go back to that conference every year now.

The second time they asked us to share about our marriage, and I cried. I looked back and realized God’s grace in my life—where I’ve come from and what he’s blessed me with in CeCe.” Love said.

“Getting married taught me how selfish I was, It makes you accuse your partner: ‘You did this. You did that.’ It’s not Christlike.

But Alvin and I were hearing God’s Word at church and applying it to our lives. Even just ‘Do unto others as you would have them do unto you is good marriage advice. It boils down to whether you love God more than you love yourself.” Cece said.