About a pastor who demanded payment after improper services were rendered. While the pastor started out with great intentions to help the disadvantaged to do work for someone, the quality of services were far below what was promised. Does a pastor with experience in some field for which services were rendered, have the right to demand money for poor quality work as discovered in the quality report? Can a pastor hide under the label of being a pastor "doing good in the world"? Why did some pastors and unethical organizations avoid the facts and just demand money?
We (the client) admire the courage you take to help the disadvantaged. They say that those you help often come back and bite you – something we recently started pondering with others who have had like experiences.
Were the quality levels of those you tried to help train in the course of your work, made very clear, then there would have been the question of whether we would have embarked on your projects. Perfection in seeking a great quality report from the provided services or products is a mighty goal better for "God" than man. The greatly troubled embarkation led to our (and likely your team’s) frustration, losses in material, labor, questions about one’s abilities, and management time.
Then there’s the strong desire to do what we feel is the right way in your God’s eyes. To be honest and fair, and not have those we help turn around and bite us. Is the quality of what's provided is secondary?