Bill Troy, the CEO of the American Society for Quality, states that for any organization to succeed, everyone in that organization must be guided by the same vision.  The problem is that most vision statements are “. . . merely a pretty collection of words that [don’t] drive decisions and behaviors” and as a result they are pointless. [1]  Such a vision, however practical, does nothing to help that organization succeed.

Is it not the same in Christianity?  If our belief in Jesus is just a belief and does not change the way we live, it is pointless.  If our lives are the same regardless of whether we are a Christian or not, what is the point of being a Christian?


[1]  John Hunter, Curious Cat, a Management Improvement Blog, July 29 2014.

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