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Kel Mitchell: Finding Clarity with Christ (Gospel Light Minute #208)

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Daniel Whyte III

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He is an actor, comedian, rapper, screenwriter, director, and producer. He is perhaps best known for his work as a cast member of the Nickelodeon sketch comedy series "All That", as well as for playing the Invisible Boy in the 1999 Ben Stiller and Geoffrey Rush superhero film "Mystery Men." In addition to that, he portrayed Kel Kimble on the Nickelodeon sitcom "Kenan & Kel" and was the voice of Jay Jay in the Nicktoons cartoon "Wild Grinders." He currently stars on the new Nickelodeon sitcom "Game Shakers" and tours doing stand-up and motivational speaking.

In an interview with PEOPLE Magazine, he shares how he struggled after his six-year marriage ended. He said, "I felt like I'd hit a wall. I was like, 'Okay. I need to figure out what I need to do in my life.' I have been through so many ups and downs in my life.. Suicidal, divorce, drug and alcohol usage, deep in sin, dealing with the lost of love ones to gang violence, debt, hurt, pain, vanity, lust, heartbreak, feeling LOST looking for answers. I have seen, felt, and been in all types of sin and have been done wrong by others. I was trying to figure it all out on my own. But what I needed to do was turn to Him. Once I found that clarity with Christ, I knew everything would work out. Now, I enjoy living this life. I don't let things frustrate or worry me anymore. I don't do that because I have peace in my heart. I have God." 

On his blog, he shares with his readers and followers how to become a Christian. He writes, "If you are ready to admit your need for a clean slate in life, the God of second chances is waiting to give it to you. All you have to do is start with the Sinner's Prayer. The "Sinner's Prayer" is a term that describes the words spoken by a person when he or she has recognized their sin and their need for a relationship with God through Jesus Christ.


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