Jamal Harrison Bryant Biography

Jamal Harrison Bryant an American minister and author currently the senior pastor of New Birth Missionary Baptist Church. His transitioned from Empowerment Temple African Methodist Episcopal Church in Baltimore, Maryland to Atlanta, Georgia to pastor New Birth Missionary Baptist Church in DeKalb County in December 2018.

Jamal Harrison Bryant Age

Jamal Harrison Bryant was born on 21 May 1971, in Baltimore, Maryland, the United States of America.

Jamal Harrison Height and Weight

Bryant stands at a height of 6 feet 3 inches tall and has an average body weight.

Jamal Harrison Education

Bryant enrolled and later graduated from Morehouse College and Duke University. He earned his doctorate of ministry degree from the Graduate Theological Foundation as well as his doctorate of theology from the University of Oxford in Great Britain.

Jamal Harrison Family

Bryant was born to John Richard Bryant (father) and Cecilia Williams-Bryant (mother) in Boston, Massachusetts. He has a sister named Dr. Thema Bryant-Davis who is an associate professor at Pepperdine University. Dr. Thema Bryant-Davis is as well features on the OWN reality TV show, “Chad Loves Michelle” and “Dr. Phil.” Jamal belongs to American nationality and white ethnicity.

Jamal Harrison Bryant Wife

Bryant was previously married to his wife Gizelle Bryant. The pair wedded in 2002 and later divorced in 2009 citing irreconcilable issues. The duo together have three daughters together namely: Grace Bryant, Angel Bryant and Adore Bryant. Gizelle is among the stars of the reality show “Real Housewives of Potomac.”

The duo in February 2008, are described in a reliable published account as having mutually filed for divorce, seeking a ‘limited divorce,’ while his ex-wife’s Gizelle has requested an ‘absolute divorce,’ according to papers filed in Baltimore Circuit Court.” Bryant ex-wife’s Gizelle is 50 years old as of 2020, she was born on 9 September 1970 in Houston, Texas, the United States of America.

“Jamal and I have been through a lot,” Gizelle said in response to a question by castmate Karen Huger about their relationship. “There’s a lot that people say. We understand it.”

Pastor’s Jamal Bryant of metro Atlanta church New Birth Missionary Baptist, made it clear in a video that he will not apologize despite the growing commentary around his relationship with ex-wife Gizelle Bryant.

He posted a stern-spoken, 21-minute video online in response to accusations made by Monique Samuels during Sunday’s Season 5 “Real Housewives of Potomac” reunion show. Bryant, Gizelle Bryant as well as their children have starred on the Bravo show for the last five seasons.

After getting backlash on social media regarding Samuels’ name-calling, referring to the megachurch pastor as a “holy whore,” Bryant expressed he had to respond.

“Tonight is not an apology. Tonight, I’m not asking for anybody’s forgiveness,” he said in the video. “Tonight is not about a confession. Tonight is for clarity.”

Jamal Harrison Bryant Children

Bryant is the father of five children the older one is a daughter known as Topaz Bryant born 1998 whom he got with Crystal Madison.

Jamal got three other children from his previous relationship with Gizelle Bryant known as Grace Bryant born 2004, Angel Bryant born 2006, Adore Bryant born 2006. Also, he has another child named John Karston Bryant, born in 2015.

Jamal Harrison Bryant Net Worth

Bryant has an estimated Net Worth of $1million

Jamal Harrison Bryant Church

Pastor Bryant left Baltimore’s Empowerment Temple AME Church in the year 2018. He went to minister at New Birth Missionary Baptist Church and on 19 November 2018, he was officially introduced by the board president of the Georgia church as its new leader.

Jamal Harrison Bryant AME’s review after divorce

As of February 2008, Officials of the A.M.E. denomination intended, to enter into discussions regarding Bryant’s leadership, following mutual filings for divorce by Bryant, and spouse and Hampton alumna Gizelle Bryant (née Graves).

However, they said that Bryant did not face a disciplinary trial because no one came forward with a complaint against him. Church officials said that Bryant “was never charged through the church system with anything.”


By Otis

Otieno is is an experienced writer with the skills for his unparalleled storytelling and insight. Born and raised in Kakamega, Kenya, Otieno developed a passion for writing from an early age.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *