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BHM365 Special Interview: Dr. Bishop Minnie L. Mitchell, New Life Thru Christ Ministries

December 20, 2020 BHM365 is a weekly podcast series hosted by Jo Scaife a Marketplace Entrepreneur
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BHM365 Special Interview: Dr. Bishop Minnie L. Mitchell, New Life Thru Christ Ministries
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Black History Matters 365
BHM365 Special Interview: Dr. Bishop Minnie L. Mitchell, New Life Thru Christ Ministries
Dec 20, 2020
BHM365 is a weekly podcast series hosted by Jo Scaife a Marketplace Entrepreneur

Dr. Bishop Minnie L. Mitchell
Woman Bishop

A native of Tampa, FL, Pastor Minnie L. Mitchell was born March 7, 1951 to Willie and Leola Edwards. She attended Middleton High School in Tampa, but moved to South Carolina and there, graduated from Robert Smalls High School in Beaufort. After graduating high school, she married Clarence Mitchell Jr., her husband of 35 years. She remained a faithful and dutiful wife until "Deacon Mitchell" passed away in 2003. Four children were born of their union: Dale, Terrence, Charlotte, and Mara. All of her children continue to support her and love her.

 In 1994, Bishop Mitchell received both a bachelor’s and master’s degree of Theology from the Kentucky College of Contemporary Religion in Lexington, Kentucky. In 2006 she changed the name of the church to New Life Thru Christ Ministries. Also, in that year Bishop Mitchell and the New Life family became a part of a brotherhood, formally known as Saints of God in Christ under the leadership of the late Bishop David W. Grayson, Sr. Under his leadership she was ordained a Bishop on January 30, 2011. In 2016 she received her Doctorate degree in Theology from the Practical Christianity Institute of Evangelism. Bishop Mitchell believes and teaches from her favorites passage of scripture, I Corinthians 13th chapter, and her favorite exhortation: " To Love ANOTHER is to Love GOD".

 Bishop Mitchell is a member of Nashville's Interdenominational Ministers Fellowship for 20 serving as a board member for 16 of those years. Bishop Mitchell is also very active in the community helping and assisting where needed.  Bishop Mitchell retired from pastoring in 2017, after 20 years of service. She continues to travel the United States teaching and preaching the love of Christ. More than that, she is mindful to live in such a way that her life is an example of what the love of Christ is all about. When not involved in her ministerial and community activities, Bishop Mitchell enjoys traveling, spending time with her sisters and brother, her grandchildren, and a host of extended family members across the country. 

Another one of her favorite saying is, “I love you and there is nothing you can do about it, because Love never fails!”



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Episodes Edited by: Juels N. Evans, Tech Engineer Editor

Podcast music: Soundstrips.com, Title-Bitz

*This is apart of BH365 Education posted for the public.

Show Notes

Dr. Bishop Minnie L. Mitchell
Woman Bishop

A native of Tampa, FL, Pastor Minnie L. Mitchell was born March 7, 1951 to Willie and Leola Edwards. She attended Middleton High School in Tampa, but moved to South Carolina and there, graduated from Robert Smalls High School in Beaufort. After graduating high school, she married Clarence Mitchell Jr., her husband of 35 years. She remained a faithful and dutiful wife until "Deacon Mitchell" passed away in 2003. Four children were born of their union: Dale, Terrence, Charlotte, and Mara. All of her children continue to support her and love her.

 In 1994, Bishop Mitchell received both a bachelor’s and master’s degree of Theology from the Kentucky College of Contemporary Religion in Lexington, Kentucky. In 2006 she changed the name of the church to New Life Thru Christ Ministries. Also, in that year Bishop Mitchell and the New Life family became a part of a brotherhood, formally known as Saints of God in Christ under the leadership of the late Bishop David W. Grayson, Sr. Under his leadership she was ordained a Bishop on January 30, 2011. In 2016 she received her Doctorate degree in Theology from the Practical Christianity Institute of Evangelism. Bishop Mitchell believes and teaches from her favorites passage of scripture, I Corinthians 13th chapter, and her favorite exhortation: " To Love ANOTHER is to Love GOD".

 Bishop Mitchell is a member of Nashville's Interdenominational Ministers Fellowship for 20 serving as a board member for 16 of those years. Bishop Mitchell is also very active in the community helping and assisting where needed.  Bishop Mitchell retired from pastoring in 2017, after 20 years of service. She continues to travel the United States teaching and preaching the love of Christ. More than that, she is mindful to live in such a way that her life is an example of what the love of Christ is all about. When not involved in her ministerial and community activities, Bishop Mitchell enjoys traveling, spending time with her sisters and brother, her grandchildren, and a host of extended family members across the country. 

Another one of her favorite saying is, “I love you and there is nothing you can do about it, because Love never fails!”



To pre-purchase a copy of the BH365 curriculum visit at:
https://www.blackhistory365education.com/joannescaife.

Follow Us weekly, every Friday at www.BHM365.com 

Email us at info@bhm365.com

Episodes Edited by: Juels N. Evans, Tech Engineer Editor

Podcast music: Soundstrips.com, Title-Bitz

*This is apart of BH365 Education posted for the public.