I agree Kratos that ministers of the word are necessary, I guess the struggle I and I think many have is that most (why be subtle, what I mean is 99.9%) "modern day" ministers have set themselves as leaders
over those whom they consider their followers
. So it has become a "power" thing, and all of us know what type of people "power" draws, the worst of the worst.
Having ministers is excellent, the real problem is that most ministers these days don't really serve God, but themselves.
The first servants of God, such as the apostles, walking in the power and authority of Jesus Christ, in my opinion has been severely twisted by men who do not have the Holy Spirit within taking a power and authority for themselves. And any power and authority, not of Christ, shall be misused, abused and used to hurt people, as it has been in the past and present. And it is not easy to tell the difference, as even the fakest of ministers are often very gifted actors, very very gifted.
I do see God redefining what we consider, that is, our modern definition of a minister (which has been distorted to be a leader whom we must follow and listen to their "idea" of how our lives MUST be lived, or not be saved [this does explain why UR is such a threat to the servers of self]
, instead of a deliverer of the Good News, the Word, which I think a minister should be), and sending forth ministers of the Word.
Again, I do think that God is going to send out his ministers of the Good News, and it shall be healing for the nations.