In our current Presbyterian office of deacon, their is much emphasis placed on it being the budgeting or financial arm of the church. I just wonder when did this emphasis took place, and does is stray from the biblical warrant of the call of the deacon? I know this person who would make a great deacon but I would be very weary of him overseeing the church's finances and budgeting. Does Acts 7 (or is it imply, maybe implicitely, that the appointed deacons be in charge of the church money, or just overseeing the distribution to those in need. Have we added to the role of the office of deacon beyond what Scripture teaches us about it?