If the pastor is from Assembly of God (a Pentecostal denomination), he’ll be very familiar with the idea of gifts of the Spirit, and how people with different gifts have different roles while being equal in Christ.
Before I was a Catholic, I saw lots of Protestant teachers trying to figure out just what was meant today by the “gift of apostleship” (Eph 4:11, I Cor 12:28). To Catholics, it’s clear: Those with the gift of apostleship are those who become bishops. It’s not an inequity, it’s serving according to the gift you were given.
(By the way, I think Pentecostals have some advantages in coming into the Church. They’re more aware of the indwelling work of the Holy Spirit, so understanding what happens at Baptism and Confirmation is a little easier. Once they grasp the idea that anything happens at Baptism, that is. They’re used to miracles being active today, so turning bread into His Body and wine into Precious Blood is no big deal, of course God can do it, once they grasp that God said He would do it.)