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The Principle of the Path: How to Get from Where You Are to Where You Want to Be Paperback – March 28, 2011
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About the Author
Communicator, author, and pastor Andy Stanley founded Atlanta-based North Point Ministries in 1995. Today, NPM consists of six churches in the Atlanta area and a network of more than 50 churches around the globe that collectively serve nearly 90,000 people weekly. As host of Your Move with Andy Stanley, which delivers over six million messages each month through television and podcasts, and author of more than 20 books, including The New Rules for Love, Sex & Dating; Ask It; How to Be Rich; Deep & Wide; Visioneering; and Next Generation Leader, he is considered one of the most influential pastors in America. Andy and his wife, Sandra, have three grown children and live near Atlanta.
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Thank you Andy for this eye opening read that put so much into perspective for me.
Con's ? I don't know if this is really a con but it seems that he can be a little repetitive towards the end but I think he's trying to drive the point home.