Nichelle Mosley is a God-fearing young woman. Throughout her youth, God has shown himself mightily through her. Nichelle was born on Sunday, April 14, 2002 to Pastor Bennie & Angela Mosley. She is the youngest of four children(Nichole, Elder Bennie Jr., and Andreas). She was born and raised in Maple Heights, Ohio. However, she went to school and church(The Christian Teaching Center Church) in Akron, Ohio. Nichelle is locally known around the northeast Ohio area for her ministry in singing. She has been awarded many leadership and excellence awards in school, church, and other events that she has participated in. Nichelle is a beacon of light and she is always smiling.
Nichelle started off homeschooled up until the second grade. From grades 2-8 she attended Emmanuel Christian Academy in Akron, Ohio. Followed by a decision to keep attending schools in the Akron area, she became a student at St. Vincent - St. Mary High School for 4 years. She graduated with many honors and recognitions. Nichelle is currently a freshman undergraduate at Malone University where she is pursuing her degree in Music Education. She holds many skills and talents. She is self-taught on the piano and other instruments. Not only is she musically inclined, but she is skilled in other facets such as leadership, ministry, teaching, cooking, housekeeping, and so much more. Along with being a full time student, she serves as Administrative Assistant at her home church.
Growing up was not always easy for her. When she was 11 years old, her father, Pastor Bennie A. Mosley III began to fall ill. He was diagnosed with diabetes and it began to fester within him. In the years of 2012 and 2013, he had to get his legs amputated to save him from a disease festering to the rest of his body. As an eleven year old girl, she didn’t think of it as that big of a deal until she grew up and saw all the things she would miss out on because of this. But she knew that God is sovereign and He makes no mistakes. Her father also suffers from kidney failure, so he has to dialyze about five times a week. It may sound like a sad story, and indeed it can be taken that way. But God has preserved the Mosley family so much that they still have peace, joy, laughter, and so much more. Instead of looking at what can’t happen anymore, they choose to look at what CAN happen.
Now as a grown woman, Nichelle Mosley has risen up to call her parents blessed. She has so far sang at concerts, private events, weddings, a mayoral inauguration, and many student ball games. She is looking forward to God’s next steps for her. She has many goals and aspirations for her future, but at the end of day she just wants God to be pleased with her life. When people see her, they should see a reflection of Jesus himself.