You could waste a lot of energy creating models about how things should be. Balance is one of those wastes. When you understand it, balance is a constant correction of falling. It is balance that keeps things from toppling over. The problem with balance is that people aren’t created to be balanced.
Most models of faith that use balance make a case for keeping things like prayer, worship, Bible study and evangelism in a state of equality. If you know anything about human nature, then this is ridiculous. People naturally do some things better than others. Some things are harder and some are easier. We are created and gifted in those ways, and you would be unwise not to recognize that and work within those diverse natural activities.
The same works for the church (Christ’s body). Sure, you need to allow for all the ways that the Kingdom works to grow itself, but why should you waste a lot of effort trying to make every church be great at everything? That’s not a good use of resources. Maybe one church is really great at worship because the people who go there are gifted in worship. While not abandoning it, you should waste energy trying to make it great at evangelism. There are so many churches that limit something they have that is remarkable by trying to be great at something else. It’s wasteful.
Try looking at what you do best – what you love to do and drives you to be great. Leave the balancing act to the circus.