Ed Tandy McGlassonI want to hear about and rejoice with you as you experience the Blessing of the Father.  Please send your story by Connecting with me.

Ed Tandy McGlasson

Thank you for the book The Difference a Father Makes.  Wow, I feel that by simply reading the book, it is already making a difference in my life. Thank you.

In the NFL, you could always tell the ball players who were raised without the blessing of the father. They were weak, they complained, they were easily distracted, they lashed out, they were empty shells.

When a son or daughter has been blessed by the father, they are strong, capable, they grow, they learn, they help and they serve. God gave us the example.

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Words cannot express the gratitude I feel in my heart for the message you brought. I know like many others I could have been all alone in the room with just you and it all would still have been relevant. As I read your book and scour my notes I realize just how amazing my time on the hill with you was.

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Dear Ed It's been almost two months since the OPMF at Lighthouse. It was a great blessing to be a part and to know that we have a knew name. That we are beloved son or daughter still speaks to me today. It is a message that really is for anyone. Lord bless you and your family.  Thank you.

I lived in California in 1993 to 1995. I believe it was 1995 when I found myself in a community church. You were the guest speaker. The whole time you were sharing your testimony I had a lump in my throat as I began to look around it didn’t seem like anyone else was struggling not to lose it. You told us if we were ready to get right with god to come forward. I gave my life to Christ that day.

Read more: Matt C.


I am presently trying to finish a Ph.D. in clinical psychology and am a pastor and you just gave me my Ph.D. in sharing on TBN! I never had my father when growing up and I have overidentified with what I do so much. My wife and my children and grandchildren have suffered from my lack of attention but when you asked for people to stand up I immediately stood up and felt the outpouring of God's anointing and the love of my heavenly Father calling me his beloved.

Read more: Elwood M.

Blessings to you my friend. Saw you on tbn tonight, and I know you don't know me from Adam but I have something I would love to talk to you about. Your story touched me. My grandfather was a part of strategic air command and one of my hereo's I have some stories I would love to share... But mostly just wanted to thank you for your testimony. Touched me in ways few would understand. Much love to you and yours.

Hi ED!

Just wanted to touch base with you and ask for continued prayer. I'll try to copy Ed on this message too, but do you mind on following up with him to let him know what is going on here in small town Oklahoma for us?

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You were recently @ Vineyard here. You had a word for me and called me out in front of the church. You called me "caring Karen" said I was compassionate, loving, have a big heart...I hurt deeply and have been wounded by a dad who will never get it. You said I have the gift of healing, but think I have to be healed before I start using this gift.

Read more: Karen C.

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Ed is teaching many men how to love their wives and families like Jesus calls us to love them. I was blessed to hear the messages I heard from Pastor Ed in 2011 live in Ojai California with 80 of my brothers in Christ. Glory2God.


I want to thank you so much for everything you said and did for me when Allie and I stayed with you in August.  Your words meant so much to me and the prayer of blessing over my life has opened up a door to my relationship with the Father in a way that I can never fully explain in an email.

Read more: Bradley C.

Mary and I gave a ring to each of our children during the Christmas holidays, blessed them prophetically as parents with God's vision and destiny for their lives, released them as adults and gave them the blessing of a father and a mother. I, Jose ,have also been taking out my children individually on a dinner date, telling them how proud I am of them, and also asking each of them to forgive me for things that I have done wrong in my upbringing of them.

Read more: Jose A.

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