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Tamala Coleman

Tamala Jenise Coleman is an author, director, and producer who strives to empower women and inspire the masses with the power of faith. She is a warrior by heart who has risen above bullying and harassment all her life.

Born in Nuremberg, Germany in 1968, Tamala always had an incredible passion for writing, a passion that inspired her to pen down her adversities, experiences, and triumphs to empower women and foster the roots of self-belief and self-confidence.  In the year 2007, Tamala Jenise Coleman published her first poetry book “Spiritual Expressions” and she had published numerous inspirational and empowering books since then. These include “Divine Women of God” “Donovan Shoes” and “Woman in the Mirror.” Tamala has also written, directed, and produced multiple stage plays including “Lord Change My Heart” and “He Who Finds a Wife, Finds a Good Thing.” 

Tamala Jenise Coleman also serves as a co-author to multiple books including “Unleash Travails from Pain to Purpose” “Unshakeable Faith” “Jots and Tittles, Book of Scribes and Story Tellers” and her devotional life story “Unspoken – My Pain, My Past, My Story.” In addition to this, Tamala is a pious Christian who aspires to inspire others to relish the brilliance of faith, hope, and love. She holds Diploma/Certification in International Biblical Ministry School. Tamala aims to achieve furtherance in education and is inspired by the drive a General Ministerial Biblical License Studies from and Ames a to become the Gospel of Jesus Christ.  

Tamala Jenise Coleman also hosts numerous podcast shows and is presently working on publishing, “NSpire Christian Magazine.” Tamala has been worshiping devotedly in the New Springfield Missionary Baptist Church for the past 40 years and also serves as a Sunday School Teacher. Besides this, she is a loving wife to Brian Coleman and a mother to wonderful three kids, Thaddeus, Tiffanie, and Brianna.