Abraham was 75yrs old before God called him, Moses took 40yrs to train before God used him, Jesus waited 30yrs before starting His work, and yet we expect children to divine the will of God for their lives before college & before they have any life experience. I wonder how many would be "called" if we waited for God to speak to them in His own time without the high pressure calls to ministry from men. Throughout my childhood, I experienced the emotionally-ridden & guilt producing calls to ministry by well-intentioned pastors & youth leaders. I fear that too many young men feel a man-made desire which they are confusing with conviction. The infusion of immature, inexperienced leadership into our churches is producing spiritually immature laymen. It is as foolish to place a young Bible school graduate as the leader of a church as it is to place a young business school graduate as the CEO of a company. Life experience & the maturity of age must not be minimized in the pursuit of denominational expansion. Seminary graduates are seeking after the higher places of leadership in the church when they do not yet have the maturity to even lead a family.