Many years ago, I was visiting with a friend who was on staff at a church (generally 1500 in attendance on Sunday morning) that also had a Christian school (about 800 K-12) who told me that each Monday morning all staff had to turn in an accountability sheet to the pastor. The sheet listed the services attended and if one was not attended the person was expected to state why in very specific terms. Also on the sheet: The number of visits made, to whom, for what cause, and a summery of what was discussed. The amount given What were the person's plans for their day off. This was expected from every member of the staff, not just paid members but volunteers, too. Two questions: 1) Do you think that such accountability is warranted and if so, why? 2) Can you think of a time you might feel the accountability sheet was intrusive and might become a place for the enemy to generate ill will?