People that suffer from performance orientation feel a tremendous need to succeed. When I’m performing well at work, at church, at home, I’m happy. When I’m not, I’m miserable.
At the heart of performance orientation is fear. Fear of failure, fear of rejection, fear of not being loved, and fear of not measuring up to the standards of people who matter.
We all have some level of performance orientation and this session will help you identify where you are on the scale. Learn how this negatively affects your relationship with God and others and how to overcome its influence.
*Please Note: The sessions on Bitter Root Judgment, Inner Vows, and Performance Orientation we adopted in part from the work of John Sandford of Elijah House Ministries and Jack Frost of Shiloh Place Ministries.