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The Principle of the Path (Hardcover)

The Principle of the Path (Hardcover) How to Get from Where You Are to Where You Want to Be

By Andy Stanley
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 4.18 Stars

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On 7/3 John Ausmus wrote: The book takes a very simple truth and drives it home page after page. It is that your current direction will determine your destination.We look for solutions to problems that we brought on ourselves. It is not that we are not intelligent but there is a huge disconnect. We don’t realize that our direction ... Book Review: The Principle of the Path by Andy Stanley

John's Rating:

5 Stars

On 7/1 Michael Deutsch wrote: It seems obvious to us, yet our vision becomes so blurred by the very road we are on. Andy Stanley is a great oral communicator, as well as through the written media. The premise of Stanley's book, "The Principle of the Path" can be summarized in this statement from his book,“Every path leads somewhere…and ... The Priciple of the Path by Andy Stanley

Michael 's Rating:

5 Stars

On 6/29 Mark Kim wrote: I get free books from Thomas Nelson publishing as part of their blogger program.  One of the books that I picked up was one that I had been anticipating for quite some time.  With all the graduations this year, sending off our graduated seniors yesterday, and also saying some good-byes, I thought I would recommend ... The Principle of the Path

Mark's Rating:

4 Stars

On 6/28 Lindsay Bridges wrote: Why do bad things happen to good people? "The Principle of the Path" is a practical guide to how to begin living the life you desire. It is not a self-help book. The author uses plenty of real life applications and scriptural support to illustrate what he calls the “principle of the path”. It simply ... Great Practical Guide for Anyone

Lindsay's Rating:

4 Stars

On 6/26 Daniel O'Deens wrote: Andy Stanley has done it again.   Perhaps the most trusted pastor on the planet.   Integrity, Communication, Leadership and Great Teaching have been his trademark.   A proven pastor and an incredible author. The Principle of the Path is a book that typifies Andy.   Simply Strategic.   So simple that you can some up ... The Principle of the Path – Book Review

Daniel's Rating:

5 Stars

On 6/26 Diana Loach wrote: I finished a book that I wish I had read many years ago.  Andy Stanley’s “Principle of the Path”, provides wisdom gleaned from a very simple principle.  To paraphrase – where you end up is determined by which path you choose.  What an obvious conclusion, yet one that so often eludes those on a particular ... A “Must Read” book…thanks, Andy

Diana's Rating:

5 Stars

On 6/25 Adam Zuercher wrote: Andy Stanley is one of the best communicators I know of. He is thought-provoking, inspirational, and memorable. Best of all, he is a great story teller that knows how to keep my attention! I just finished his latest book, The Principle of the Path. The book revolves around a very simple principle: ... The Principle of the Path by Andy Stanley

Adam's Rating:

5 Stars

On 6/25 Carolina Mama wrote: The Principle of the PathA little Summer Reading. Andy Stanley's "Principle of the Path" - How to Get from Where You Are to Where You Want to Be - truly wows! This book has real life practical examples and check lists we can implement to get where we want to be going. When I read a great book, I usually ... Summer Reading: The Principle of the Path by Andy Stanley

Carolina Mama's Rating:

5 Stars

On 6/25 Steve Jeantet wrote: The Good Witch of the East, after telling Dorothy she needs to the Emerald City, tells her to “follow the yellow brick road.” While she encounters a variety of experiences along the way, she does end of in Emerald City. Why? Because that is where the yellow brick road leads. If you walk down a ... Book Review: The Principle of the Path by Andy Stanley

Steve's Rating:

4 Stars

On 6/24 Michelle Van Loon wrote: Does anyone else remember the bookmobile coming to their neighborhood on a steamy summer day? Even though the vehicle reminded me of the Oscar Meyer Weinermobile, I loved the idea of a library-on-wheels, parking two blocks from my house. How did they know that this 8 year-old reading addict needed a ... Michelle's bookmobile

Michelle's Rating:

3 Stars