The Apostles had consensus during the Jerusalem Council. The method used in San Antonio was “majority rule.” Unfortunately, the minority has refused to accept the outcome of the vote determined by the majority of delegates. No one objected to the method used in San Antonio. The problem is with those who are not satisfied with the outcome of the method used. If the vote had gone the other way, how would those in favor of WO expect the other side to respond? I am sure they would want their cooperation.
There are no scriptures that I am aware of which show that the Apostles allowed the believers to do anything that they, the Apostles, believe to be wrong. Jews who accepted Jesus were allowed, if they so choose, to continue practicing circumsision. Although this was not necessary, choosing to do so would not be sinful. The same applied to a gentile convert.
The fact that a person feels called to ministry is not necessarily justification for becoming an ordained minister.