CEO, author, minister, teacher, manager, son and friend. Striving to be a source of inspiration and assistance for the dreams and visions of those he encounters.
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Byron Jamal is an author, consultant, minister and motivator with a contemporary voice and wisdom beyond his years. He was born in Hartford, Connecticut, matriculated at Norfolk State University and Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, and now lives in Charlotte, NC.
He founded The Call Path (http://www.thecallpath.com/), a multi-faceted consulting firm, to specialize in empowering people to realize and achieve their calling by using biblical knowledge and wisdom. As CEO of The Call Path, he offers wise counsel to ministries, businesses, artists and individuals. His love for writing, traveling and watching movies is only usurped by his love for helping others embrace their purpose and, ultimately, discover the true joy of living.
For this reason, Byron Jamal wrote Unloveable, a novel that reveals the human condition that most people keep private: the fear that a piece—internally and/or externally—of us is unable to garner love from others. He poses a seemingly simple yet difficult question: Have you ever felt unlovable?
Knowing the firsthand effects of infirmity, depression, loneliness and abuse, Byron Jamal’s major strength is the ability to speak to a universal audience—preacher, prostitute and politician alike—who can feel trapped under the weight of their past and present circumstances, leading them to feel unlovable.
Langston Hughes once stated, “Life makes poetry.” If, indeed, life makes poetry, then the poem of Byron’s life will be a testimony of the power of God to turn setbacks into comebacks and discover a life filled with love.