A change of pace sees refreshing news where Kel Mitchell, the Nickelodeon entertainer who became a young minister, can now add a different line to his generally noteworthy bio: voice talent for the phone app called Pray.com.
Mitchell, 44, read Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount for the app’s Bedtime Bible Stories which is intended to educate the audience members about Jesus Christ and the Gospels in an easier-to-understand method. “Prayer and time with God are so important to do every day,” said Mitchell. “Finding time to unwind, de-stress and just relax in the word of God is such a blessing! This is why I am so excited about partnering with Pray.com. Prayer is a priority.”
Pray.com highlights quite a bit of renowned voices explaining and reading the scripture, helping to lead prayer, and offering Bible examples or lessons to help understand the Word better. There are many famous voices including Lecrae, Drew Brees, James Earl Jones, Charlton Heston, and most recently, Mitchell.
“Partnering with Kel is an absolute pleasure. His knowledge of the Bible brought incredible inspiration to the project and has really produced an amazing Bedtime Bible Story,” said Max Bard, VP of Content at Pray.com. “Kel has a phenomenal voice for bedtime stories. I remember even while we were recording in the studio, our audio engineer had mentioned it was one of the most relaxed recording sessions on which he had ever worked.”
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Presently, Mitchell is an executive helping to create and appears in the new re-work of the dearest Nickelodeon series ‘All That’.
As if that was not impressive enough already, he’s also the host of the endearing TV series Tails of Valor, which focuses on genuine accounts of service animals who work to change people’s lives for the better. Mitchell is likewise facilitating the instructive program Best Friends Furever, which uncovers the real-life accounts of canines who are best buddies with people as well as with a wide range of other animal species. The two shows air on CBS Saturday mornings, as per his online bio.
Mitchell, who was likewise featured as “Kel” during the ’90s hit Nickelodeon satire series Kenan and Kel has remained occupied with writing, acting, and directing. What’s more, he fills in as the young minister at Winnetka, California’s Spirit Food Christian Center. He addresses young individuals every week in the nation by empowering them to adore God and follow their natural dreams.
Mitchell as of late delivered a 90-day devotional dubbed Blessed Mode: 90 Days to Level up your Faith, which appeared in the Top 25 Books in Christian Youth Ministry. His next book, Prank Day, is planned to engage kids and tweens to assist them with investigating their creative minds and will be delivered on Sept. 6. Mitchell has been very open and does not shy away from his Christian faith, particularly via web-based entertainment and social media. Presently, he has 1.1 million supporters on his Instagram page and has frequently spoken about his confidence in his faith, welcoming his audience to observe as he preaches.