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Elijah Tindall: Elijah's public speaking journey can be traced back to his childhood sermon "Chula lula says". It was a four year old impression of an evangelical preacher he had heard preaching on the book of Revelation. It seemed he was diplomatic enough to replace the original "Jesus says" with "Chula lula says"...for Chula lula was the family dog....and honestly, if the message were a bit off target...well, it came from a dog.
His path to become a communicator seemed to be taking form when in high school he was proudly elected Class Clown 2 years in a row.
Elijah became an on air personality known as Sky Walker (on the number one top 40 station in that region) by the time he graduated high school.
Having a love for helping people and hope to make a difference with his life, Elijah began working as a youth pastor in his early 20's. That journey led him to become a gifted speaker in matters of self improvement and faith.
It was during that time that Elijah felt a need to connect with the entertainment industry. He quickly identified the fact that it was entertainment that influenced the teenagers he had been working to help for so long.
Elijah began his stand up comedy career and began making a splash in no time.
"It's the shock factor" he explains, "People are shocked when they realize that my act is clean".
This family friendly approach mixed with his unique high energy way of not only connecting with multiple ages and people groups, but connecting those groups together by the end of the show as well.
This earned him 1st place as Oklahoma's top comic in 2007, multiple media and television appearances including, ABC family, TLC, LA INK, 700 Club, TBN, cover story of Edmond Outlook, and much more. He has a fan base of thousands following him and an international traveling career as a stand up comic and motivational speaker.
If you've never been to an event where Elijah Tindall does his thing....well friend, that would explain why you still have a face (He made me type that last part...sorry).