When is a pastor "on the clock"? I mean that metaphorically because I know very few of us actually punch a clock. But many church members think a pastor is only serving the church, doing the job for which he is "getting paid" if he is either visiting or preparing directly for the specific message which he will preach in the church. If he is not spending at least 40 hours a week doing that then he is shafting the church. What do you think? When is the pastor "on the clock"?