For these reasons, ministries and those involved in them must be guided and directed by a plurality of Church leaders, pastors, and elders. There is safety in this approach. One man may be in err, but three reduces that risk and five or ten even more so. This does not guarantee against error, but it certainly helps to mitigate the risk. Moreover, I am not suggesting the model for pragmatic reasons. I am suggesting it because it is the model that God has ordained and placed in the body. That we can clearly see its benefits does not infer pragmatism.
If you think you are called to a ministry and God is stirring your heart, convicting you in a certain way, go talk to your pastor or elder. There is a system in place to protect you and the church as well as to support you and provide you with the kind of training every leader needs to carry out the most important work in their life: their divine calling to serve.