My experience as the son of a Preacher man is that a lot of preachers spend more than 40 because CofC or not, the preacher man does most of the work of the church. It ain't right for the preacher man, the preacher man's family, OR the church.
That's the preacher man's own fault. If I, in training my sons to work, simply do most of the work, or say, "kid, you are too slow and are doing a poor job: I can do it way faster and better", and then do it myself, I'm an idiot.
Too many pastors do not give/teach/build so that the men in the congregation will be as good or better than themselves spiritually and in serving others. You reap what you sow. The flock will be what you make it.
It's really just that simple.
"By their fruits you will know them" = "by their congregations you will know the pastors"
To appropriate Forest Gump, "Pastor is as pastor does". Harsh? Nope. It's reality.
The flock follows as it is led. Pretty basic.
The leadership leads as they follow Christ. Pretty basic.
That's why many churches are pathetic.
That's why many pastors are still the "big bubba", and head honcho, and spend too many hours at it, and don't share lead, etc..........
It's not only the pastor's families, but the whole flock that gets the short end of the stick.
And a lack of crowns to cast at His feet.