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Vision Statements from Fortune 500 Companies

In their book The Leadership Challenge, James Kouzes and Barry Posner write, "Every organization, every social movement, begins with a dream. The dream or vision is the force that invents the future." The following corporate vision statements, representing some of the dreams for various Fortune 500 companies, can challenge the church to ask, "What is Christ's dream or vision for our church?" ...

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