"99 sheep. So someone's taken the time to count. Statistics are important. Taking the time to count can be a sign of love, a way of showing you care."
In no way is this the point of the parable, it would be just as valid to state: "There flock is missing one and has 99, so it should be 100. The perfect size for any church is 100 people." No, you can only say this if you are out trying to justify a decision that you had already made that "Statistics are important".
And for good measure - who is the shepherd here? Us or Jesus? Should be obvious, so why do you think you can apply things that may only be true for Jesus, to us?
The post there goes on to talk about looking for the lost, and how hard it is (somehow transferring from the right statement about "God finding us" to us doing the looking for others).
" God's KPI's are to do what God did. " So we are to create the universe? to reign sovereignly? to die for the sins of the world? Again it may be a good thing do do, but the text is being approached assuming what we should do (and, not surprisingly finiding it).
"Kindom KPI must include risk" Here we've left the passage completely and are just making things up. There is no justification for this from the passage.