Why does it seem that Christians and churches equate busyness with spirituality. The more meetings you attend, the ministries you manage and the more positions you occupy the more highly you are regarded. What ever happened to doing one thing properly? Does the fact that you are gifted, trained and exeprienced in an area automatically mean that you have an unwritten obligation to morph into spiritual crackfiller and then to squeeze yourself into that gap? Why is it becoming increasingly difficult to say NO without being sent on an all expenses paid guilt trip? I had a friend who once said "NO PERSON IN THE CHURCH SHOULD BE GIVEN TWO THINGS TO DO UNTIL EVERONE IN THE CHURCH HAS BEEN GIVEN AT LEAST ONE THING TO DO!" I think there is much merit in that. Thoughts?