Puritan Board Sophomore
I would, however, caution you against thinking that the excerpt you provided from Al Martin's writings is an open and shut case in your favor.
From the same work:
We will approach this subject of the man of God in relationship to his domestic responsibilities as we have done before, by stating an axiom. The axiom is that the man of God must manifest exemplary competence as a husband and a father.
Note that I am not saying that we must manifest perfection as husbands and fathers. Nor am I saying that we must manifest the highest level of competence among the entire membership of the church. There may be better husbands and better fathers, and yet you still may fulfill your pastoral duties with a grip on the consciences of your people because, by the grace of God, you are displaying the measure of competence in these two areas which is required by the scriptures.