*PERSONAL JOURNEY* October 14, 2012 Alpharetta - Andy Stanley preaches during the 9 a.m. worship service at North Point Community Church in Alpharetta on Sunday, October 14, 2012. Andy Stanley, whose father was the most powerful preacher in Atlanta, has now become the most powerful preacher in Atlanta. His North Point collection of churches has 30,000 members, and is growing.In his new book, "Deep and Wide, " he tells the story of growing up in the shadow of Charles Stanley, preacher at First Baptist, of the conflict that led to him breaking away to start his own church, and of his subsequent rise to lead the biggest congregation in the city, and one of the biggest in the country. HYOSUB SHIN / HSHIN@AJC.COM

If Andy Stanley Could BeatBox…

(who knows… maybe he can).

But I digress.

Ever have a sermon your particularly proud of?  I mean, you think it’s one of your better efforts?  And you’d put it right up next to the best sermons out there.

Well, I’m not a preacher… but I play the comparison game all day long sometimes.

And just when I think I’ve done something well, I find someone who does it much better.

Andy Stanley, you might say.

In this video I’m the guy on the left… thinking ‘I got this thing’.

Then Andy shows up (he’s played by the girl on the right).

Oh snap.

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