My Personal Scorecard ? Part 1


12 Tensions That Shape an Inwardly-Focused Scorecard

After decades of church leadership, we know challenging seasons when we see them.

This season has been the mother of them all. It has been demotivating and exhausting. Depression, anxiety and discontentment are said to be at all-time highs for church leaders. So, we “get” where you are. Nevertheless, opposition always carries seeds of opportunity.

Perhaps the most strategic opportunity resulting from COVID requires that we pause and reflect deeply on our current ministry and personal scorecards. Do our priorities reflect the heart of God? In what ways have our scorecards become more “me-centered” than “Jesus-centered”?

This short booklet, 12 Tensions That Shape an Inwardly Focused Scorecard, seeks to help you recognize unhealthy factors that are shaping your personal scorecard.

Larry Walkemeyer

Larry Walkemeyer serves as Strategic Catalyst for Multiplication for Free Methodist USA to encourage the multiplication of disciples, leaders, and churches nationally. He is also Global Pastor for Light & Life Church, a multiplying, multi-ethnic church he and his wife Deb have led for the past thirty years. Larry also is Director of Equipping and Spiritual Engagement for Exponential. He holds a Doctor of Ministry and has authored several books.

Larry and Dr. Deb Walkemeyer have been married since 1978 and they write and speak frequently on marriage. They have two adult daughters. Larry enjoys snow skiing, waterskiing, biking, mission trips and long walks on the beach.

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Todd Wilson
Todd is a Kingdom entrepreneur. He spends the majority of his time starting and working with organizations committed to Kingdom impact and multiplication. Todd is a founding member of Exponential, which organizes and hosts the annual Exponential conference in Orlando and live events throughout the United States and world. Todd serves as President and CEO of Exponential, providing vision and strategic direction to the organization. Todd lives in Durham, NC, with his wife, Anna. They have two sons and two daughters-in-law: Ben & Therese and Chris & Mariah, and an amazing grandson Evan.
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