God's ways are not our ways.
People like their leaders to be like King Saul–head and shoulders above everyone else. They like them to be charismatic, outgoing, well qualified. To have university degrees, communicate persuasively, lead convincingly. Leaders are to be out front, envisioning and inspiring, with larger-than-life personalities.
In the church at large, we are no different. We place pastors on a pedestal. Our pastors are expected to have seminary degrees, to have no personal problems and perfectly behaved children. They receive God's vision for their church. They are expected to deliver inspiring sermons, to personally look after their flock, to attract new people to the church.
Small wonder they are burned out and many are leaving the ministry. We've applied the world's standards to an impossible task.
God never intended it to be that way.