Okay, here's the situation. God called me into the ministry about three years ago. Not as a pastor, but rather as an evangelist. Since that time, I have been diligently studying the Word of God along with taking seminary classes in an effort to prepare. God recently opened a door for me, by leading my wife and I to a new church, where there are many opportunities for evangelism. Everything falls on the pastor right now. He doesn't have any help at all. I am scheduled to meet with Him tomorrow night to discuss the possibility of me working with him, so he gets the help he needs and in turn I gain the experience I need. However, yesterday, I became very burdened. My wife has been struggling with something in her life, and she told me that she was going to devote herself to prayer all day yesterday, in an effort to draw closer to God. I awoke to find her glued to the television and immersed in a book. Both the movie and the book were not anything that could edify a believer. After several hours, I asked her why she wasn't seeking God as she had planned. At this point, she became very angry and hateful acting towards me, exclaiming that "just because you like to read your Bible all the time, doesn't mean that I do", and "just because you like to pray all day, doesn't mean that I do". She then went on to tell me that she doesn't even want to overcome this thing in her life which she knows is a hindrance in her walk with the Lord, and that the reason she said she did was so I would shut up about it. She then blatantly told me "I don't want to surrender everything to God. I did, but now I don't". She later took it a step further, when I asked her if it bothered her that she wasn't where she should be with God. Her response was "I don't care". She told me she didn't care about being right with God, or anything else for that matter, and she didn't know why. She also told me she was under no conviction at all. Finally, when going to bed last night, she told me she wasn't going to pray because she didn't want to, and she asked that I not pray for her. I'm pretty sure that my wife's rebellion against God prohibits me from beginning the work that I am meeting with the pastor about tomorrow. Am I correct? Also, how do I lead my wife back to God. Every effort on my behalf seems to push her farther away. What do I do? Please help!