The Father You've Always Wanted Paperback
How God Heals Your Father Wounds
by Ed Tandy McGlasson;
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The Father You've Always Wanted
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Former Lineman in the National American Football League where he played with the Giants, the Jets and the Rams, Ed Tandy McGlasson became a pastor and teaches nationally about fatherhood, helping many people discover their heavenly father.
In the world we live in there are neglectful fathers, absent fathers, busy fathers, abusive fathers and hardworking fathers. Yet everyone who believes may become God’s adopted child and live in the secure and loving embrace of our loving Father.
Ed’s healing message is a road map to hope and restoration. Whether you feel you’ve failed as a father, or you’ve suffered from a below-par father, it’s never too late to hear the words: “you are my beloved”.
The Father You've Always Wanted by Ed Tandy McGlasson was published by Baker in June 2013 and is our 46998th best seller. The ISBN for The Father You've Always Wanted is 9780801015540.
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It is a tragic reality that many of us never experience the solid, positive presence of a loving father. But God promised that He would not leave us orphans, that everyone who believes becomes an adopted son or daughter of a loving Father in heaven.
With deep conviction and strong encouragement, Ed McGlasson invites you to take heart and have hope in your heavenly Father who loves you, blesses you, and will never leave you. Through this healing message, you will find a new sense of the purpose, identity, and value you have been searching for your whole life.
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|Page last updated||23rd July 2017|
|Author / Artist||Ed Tandy McGlasson|
|Publisher||Baker (June 2013)|
|Number of Pages||192|