Full-time Ministry

Bah! Should we boycott the term "full-time ministry" here in FOCUS, as I feared that its usage has been abused?

Isn't it supposed to describe people who have spent so much of their time ministering people, preparing for talks, leading the Bible study, etc, that he or she has decided to give up his or her secular job, so that he or she might gain more time to serve the Lord, and then rely on the church giving for the bread and butter on the table? But somehow I feared that some strange chemical here has driven people to think that this "full-time ministry" thingy is the only conclusive way to live as a Christian, and you might as well do it, when you are in a state of crisis, having no idea what you want to accomplish next.