There are five types of people in your church. Or was that four? Oh wait! Six!
No, there are actually 13 types. My mistake, there are three.
The main thing is to categorize. Categorize, categorize, categorize. Church experts believe that Jesus chose 12 apostles so he could divide them into 2s, 3s, 4s or 6s for various purposes during the course of his ministry. It's important that we do the same. As one leading church expert says:
Categorizing people is helpful to determine where to focus your time and energy and to wake you up to the reality that some people, despite their excitement and interest, simply are not on board. -- Resurgence
The sooner you categorize those in your fellowship, the sooner you can weed out the burrs and thistles.