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  • Sheila Atlanta, GA

    My Dear Brother, Millions of us have experienced the "power of the Holy Ghost" through your works & your words!!! I believe that the anointing isn't for the faint at heart ... Amen? Being able to press through pain with a positive purpose, isn't something that we alone (without the Help from our Creator) are capable of doing. So, when "ABBA" sends His messengers (like you Mr. Perry & your body of work), we ought all ... go to Jesus and bless God for sending us a comfortable at times, thought provoking, safe place to land - that encourages us to heal/to release/to let it go! Keep on SHINING my friend!!! And may God bless you ... my Brilliant Brother!!!

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  • Pam Sims Lake Quinault,Wa

    Dear Mr. Perry, When my friend first told me about your films and plays I was somewhat skeptical, but I have watched almost everything you have done and I am so amazed at the amount of insight and empathy you show for and about women. You are a phenomenon...for any time, but, especially for these times. While I don't always agree with the level of language and sexuality used in your films, I must say that they are so real and touch people where they have needs. My husband went to be with our precious Jesus last year and I want to say he thought your films were so heartfelt...and yet funny and full of God 's love. Please don't ever stop "doing Madea stuff"! Maria and I love you and pray for you. We may just be 50 and 70 year old white women living in the rain forest (Oprah's been here-ask her :) ) but these two widow women love you and your work and all the talented people in your crew. May God help you with your grief over your dear Mother and may He bless all you do. In His love and ours , Maria and Pam

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  • Delina Moges Aberdeen, UK

    Dear Mr Perry, I have just watched your video blog about how to be successful. And I only have one thing to say you, please don't let all these good things that surround you change the human of you. Because I think it is the foundation of all the aftermath of your doing. So if it remains unchanged your work would have consistency in the future. God bless you even more so that through you God can inspire many more. Stay blessed

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  • Patricia Cason Detroit via W-S, NC

    The first play that I ever saw, was "Madea's Big Happy Family." The reflection of the dysfunctions in the black family made me cry so. The pain, the love, the sin and secrets that a black Mother carries in her bosom, and sometimes to her grave, brought so much forgiveness to my reality. The story line had so many familiarities to my own family that I could not help, but to call on The Lord Jesus, and ask Him to help me to forgive my mother, my sisters, and brothers, for the rejection, the malice, the anger, and their lack of ability to love 'me; their youngest sister of eight children. I was conceived from rape of Our father, but rejected by our mother because of it; her flight and plight became my albatross in life. Even though my only guilt and role, was that I lived, the wounds and grudges are yet so deep, that four generations of grands to this day, still hate! " Yet I say Thank You Tyler for sleeping in a car in Winston-Salem on your journey to the top. If I've gotten this part of your story wrong, please forgive me." However, your homelessness, or hiding under your relatives house, brought back haunting memories of my great escapes from similar fears. "I've faced them, and the owners of them. "Now I'm ready to write and to live. GOD BLESS YOU! Again thank you. Patricia April 23, 2013 2:13 am

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  • AWriter

    God has blessed! and May God continue to bless!

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  • Marletta Priscilla Fomby Me and I do mean Me

    Oh....... Tyler Time has just about run out, trust and believe Me (period)

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  • Marletta Priscilla Fomby Me and I do mean Me

    Dear Tyler, Did you hear Candice Glover performance on American Idol last night? It was the absolute best! Check it out Ty. Yes I am behind one day, dang, but I am working for you and you don't even know it yet. You just better pray I don't get tired of waiting on you!!!!!!!!!!

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  • Lori Ann Porter BellefontaineNeighbors, Missouri

    I just want to say Thank you. For all those plays and movies you made. Mr. Perry, were can I find Madea Christmas movie. And some of your movies I can't find in store. Please give me the Web-site. And I have inter-net. Its been years since I has inter-net. Please send the website I can go to and start buying your DVD I don't have. Thank you. And God bless you and your family. Angelica dispatch and mount up on the four corner of the earth East, West, South, North, around Tyler Perry, and his family and staff in Jesus, name I pray Amen. Be bless.

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  • Kevin Johnson Cincinnati, ohio

    Hello Mr. Perry. I just finished watching "Madea Gets a Job" and felt lead to find a way to reach out to you after hearing your closing comments. I open my own business 2 months ago after making a wreck of the first 20 years of my adult life. After finally listening to what wants for me and working towards this for 4 years I have started feeling like giving up, getting worn down by all the attacks on my family and I by the enemy. Your words of encouragement, both in your closing statements, and the show itself seem as if they where wrote for me. I want to thank you and I will be praying for you and the "demons" you face in the media.

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  • Doris Nigeria

    Tyler you remain my greatest inspiration after the Holy Spirit. As a Christian film maker here in Nigeria -West Africa, I desire to touch lives with my gift of creative writing. Tyler please I have a request: can you get your films to our cinemas here in Nigeria? Though we get to buy the DVD but I would live to watch a TP movie in the cinema. You have inspired me in so many ways, I praise you so much that I'm called Doris Perry..lol..My dream is that you will attend the premiere of my first Christain Feature film which I will write, produce and direct myself this year. God will always keep blessing you. Thank you so much for entertaining and inspiring me.

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  • Stacey L'air Easiley Houston, TX

    This montage was done perfectly. It is a joy to see the perspective of all who have had the opportunity to work with you. As an African American Actress/aspiring Producer/Director, I truly understand the core of your vision. Ultimately what is so clear to me, is that beyond the fact that you are an actor, director, producer, etc., you are a minister. You have truly found a way of spreading The Word in a way that can be understood simply. That is a truly awesome accomplishment. I have a strong feeling our paths will cross soon. We too are working on building the same kind of legacy via blackpearlmediagroup.com and wisecast.tv. Stay blessed and I look forward to what's next. From one New Orleanian to another... Take Care, Stacey

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  • Nancy Seyboth Trenton, NJ

    Saw you on Jimmy Fallon, that's where I heard about your website. Today Christ has risen, a good time to visit here. Wow! Just watched the first video, when completed, tears were running down my cheeks. You are truly an inspiration. May the good Lord continue to lead you down this path through your journey. God bless.

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