Evangelist Sherriah Anderson, a Native of Beloit, Wisconsin, was born to Pastor Sherrick G. Anderson and Evangelist Lahoma Anderson, Pastors of Higher Ground Christian Center Church, where Sherriah had her beginnings in ministry. Sherriah attributes her ministerial beginnings to one “Mother’s Day” when asked by her father to give a few words of exhortation during the service. It was from that moment that at the age of 15, Sherriah found herself stepping out of the backgrounds of ministry, to the forefront and beginning her journey of proclaiming the gospel. On June 29, 2014, Sherriah began her public ministry by preaching her Initial Sermon entitled “I’m Coming Out Of the Wilderness” deriving from Joshua 1:2-3. In June of 2015, Sherriah graduated with academic honors from Beloit Memorial High School. Upon graduating, she began her collegiate career as a student-athlete at Lindenwood University, in Belleville, IL, where she was apart of the women’s basketball team for her first two years. Although her sports career came to an end, Evangelist Anderson is entering her senior year at Lindenwood, as a Business Administration student, with an emphasis in Marketing. In October of 2017, she was licensed as an Evangelist Missionary in the Church of God in Christ under her Bishop, the International Department of Evangelism President Bishop Elijah Hankerson III, and her Supervisor, Mother T. Marie Brown of the Missouri Midwest Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction. With this licensing, Sherriah is currently one of the youngest licensed Evangelist Missionaries in the entire Church of God in Christ. Sherriah has been privileged to sit under great leadership from the teachings of her father, Pastor Sherrick Anderson , and currently serves in ministry at Blow Your Trumpet Ministries of St. Louis, MO under the Pastoral leadership of Pastor Marcus & Lady Madelyn Mickles. Sherriah is on the move for God, and is determined to fulfill the purpose that God has for her. Known as “Fireball”, you can expect a fire to be ignited in the lives of people who come into contact with her, through the power of God. She is an advocate for her generation and for growth and success of the body of Christ at large. More than anything her desire is to serve God, and see the people of God healed, delivered, and set free!