I am sure there are some, but I do not know of any Pastor that is in ministry for any reason, other than he or she was called by God. Most of us do what we do to further the Kingdom of God on this earth. We preach to see people accept Christ and see lives changed. But, most never stop and consider the financial responsibilities that are connected to ministry.
A Pastor in a recent Church Management Tax Conference spoke to me of the financial problems his Church was facing. His largest donors left his ministry because they felt as if he was focusing too much on the gifts of the Spirit, rather than following a pre-set time schedule for praise and worship, a 20 minute sermon, a brief altar call, and service dismissal.
This Pastor began several outreach ministries solely on the additional income these families had afforded the Church. Now, not only are the new ministries in jeopardy, but the Pastor is faced with this dilemma: Close the Church, or become bi-vocational and keep pastoring without a salary, and ceasing all outreach ministry.