I've been preaching for 19 years. I've been in full ministry for 14 years. I have pastored in North Carolina (youth pastor), South Carolina and Mississippi. I stay at churches well over the national average tenure for pastors. I've been pastoring the church where I now pastor for almost five years. I have tried for some time to define "unkingdom-minded" people as simply ignorant or immature for years. But I have come to the conclusion that, at least generally speaking, at most 100% of the time, these people are evil. The straw that broke the camel's back for me was a phone call I received from a pastor friend who pastors up north. A man, their treasurer, who has resisted him and every idea he has had to try to reach people for Christ was revealed to be manipulating the financial report. He lied for a year and a half about what money goes where. Numerous times I have seen it revealed later on that people who resisted me most were corrupt liars, manipulators and just down right evil people. Now, I'm not talking about people who have a different idea than mine. I'm talking about people who have NO PLAN or desire to expand the outreach of the church whatsoever and resist every effort that I attempt to implement to do so. I have come to the conclusion that people who consistently resist efforts to reach people for Christ are evil- not just ignorant, not just immature, but evil. They are tares among the wheat, wolves in sheeps' clothing, Pharisees, liars and gossipmongerers. They are power-hungry and they love the praise of men. They do not want things to change because they like the way the things as they are make them feel about themselves. When you emphasize outreach they begin not to look so holy. And they will hate you with satanic hatred- the same kind of hatred that drove men to spit on the Lord they had crucified. But these evil people are our crosses to bear until the Lord plucks them from our midst and burns them along with all the other tares and branches that bore no fruit.