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  • Anita Detroit, MI #1762610 » Posted in: My online family

    I Loved your role in Alex Cross I can't wait to see what you have up your sleeves next . I will support your work always because in everything you do you make sure it has an impact on someones life. Keep up the good work .

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  • Cree USA #1762609 » Posted in: My online family

    Thank you Tyler, Your analogy about trying to drive a car while facing your back to the steering wheel is exactly what I've been wondering how to stop doing. We hear so many prophetic words over the years that confirms consistently the one before and the one after constantly wondering when? Guilt the twin brother of shame is what I heard in a sermon once and, when or if you feel beat down enough in life,....Including by your hand...those twins seem to always be around lurking for a time to visit.... bringing fear with them....which seems to be for some, a constant battle. Thank you for making it plain and reminding us not to fear our own gifts & abilities with God's blessings, to be the greatest of Gods intentions!

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  • LyTonya Ford-Smith Rancho Cucamonga , Ca #1762608 » Posted in: Move On!

    Thank You Tyler. I have been dealing with panic attacks for the past week. Reading this article has help me to understand what is happening to me. I have not forgiven myself for several things I feel guilty of. But now I can. THANK YOU

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  • Lynne Moore Raleigh nc #1762607 » Posted in: My online family

    Thanks Mr.Perry, For that uplifting message sometimes we need that in order for us to process whats going on in our lives. Oh there are times when we consume so much of our guilt that we can't move on and ask that person or persons to forgive us. I just say thank you

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  • C. King-Bridges sc #1762606 » Posted in: My online family

    Thank you

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  • Jerald Johnson Memphis, Tn #1762605 » Posted in: My online family

    First I want to say you are inspirational. I (myself) was homeless as well in New Orleans. But that was time of my life . lol. But nehow. I am 30 and recently started my own website and was wondering if you have any available time would you give me an interview for it. I am willing to accept anything- Bio and etc. www.gotmorebeatsnow.com. Thanks for reading and thanks for being inspirational!!!

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  • Betty Durham, NC 27713 #1762604 » Posted in: My online family

    That Alex Cross movie is Awesome! I just seen it on Sunday pass, I just came off a week's cruise and wanted to see it so so bad while I was gone! And it was a part in it where you brought out Madea in something you said. When I got out of the movie everyone was talking about it too. You can play any part that is how good you are. Be blessed!

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  • Felicia Lynchburg, VA 24502 #1762603 » Posted in: My online family

    Hello Tyler, Just wanted to let you know that I went on a Girl's Night Out outing over the weekend. Dinner and then, Alex Cross. You did not disappoint! We enjoyed the movie and your performance to the upmost. Enough that we agree that we would watch it again. No matter what, know that you did a great job. As always, I was so proud of you. Peace and Blessed to you always. You make us so very proud.

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  • Len Halifax Nova Scotia Canada #1762602 » Posted in: My online family

    I always been following what you've been doing,what you've been done,the the sucess you have and you make me proud to be a visible minority in Canada this is something you can not be proud of in Canada due to a lot of issues us African Canadians are facing.I coach 8 to 10 year olds in Basketball girls who don't have much but have an excellent heart but here in far east Canada i can not even get sponsorship to help these kids i feel they enjoy seeing visible minorities become stastistics to fallen society.We are so at a disadvantage here.I recite lots of things from quote you have been said that helps much.I just want to congradulate you upon your success and thanks.

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  • Shanda Ellenwood, Ga #1762601 » Posted in: My online family

    Excellent analogy...I appreciate that word. There are times when we hurt those we love and we don't know how to fix it (make it right). But we want to and sometimes, we can be overbearing when that individual just needs space to reflect on what is important. Sometimes, they come around and sometimes they don't. That's when you kick it into high gear and work on forgiving yourself and move on. Like you said before, when people don't love you, just learn to love someone else but don't stop loving. At times we want to revisit that dark place where unforgiveness may reside just to send a message of love...guilty (me). But I do it so I can remember the love without pain, without sadness. I'm divorced. I never got an apology but I was always the one apologizing...(Lol). NO MORE OF THAT. I spent almost 15 years living in the hope that driving the car in the wrong position would make things right again. I had to forgive myself and move on. I have and it's still hard to love again but I've made a ministry out of doing just that. Who knows? Maybe one day the right person will come along and we can get it right together. Until then, I'm still waiting on the other side of unforgiveness. God is good, all the time...all the time, God is good. Love you, Mr. Perry for reminding me of what's important...God bless.

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  • Maxine Smith-Pendarvis Port St Lucie, Florida #1762600 » Posted in: My online family

    Dear Tyler I went this weekend to see Alex Cross. It was the BEST action movie I have seen in a long time. Your acting was superb! God has so blessed you with multi -talented gifts that you so freely give, so continue to use it. Truly it is not yet manifested what you will be, but my friend, you are certainly on the journey. May God continue to bless you as you have so many of us. Love and Blessings, Maxine Smith-Pendarvis Port St Lucie, Florida

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  • Michelle P HB #1762598 » Posted in: My online family

    GUILT verses SHAME...Guilt is God's creation, and it"s there to let us know that we need to make a change. Shame is from the devil and shame tells us we are a no good rotten throw away and robs us from any hope for change. Guilt can move us... Shame can destroy us. Bless you precious son of God!

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