Watched a documentary on Zinzendorf titled 'Count without borders'. What impressed me afresh was his radical unconventionality. It was a revolutionary thing in his time to intentionally educate women, and to treat men and women, young and old, slaves and noblemen equally as members of Christ's household.
What also struck me is that when a key decision had to be made, they consulted Christ by ballot, so no man (not even Zinzendorf) could assert a position over others. So when the issue arose of who should lead the growing Moravian church, they took a ballot, and guess what... it turned out to be Christ himself, so they 'appointed' Him as the official head of the Unitas Fratrum.