"Seek ye first the kindgom of God, and all else will be added." It is not so much the having of wealth, as the seeking of it, and the not giving it to those in need of basic food, shelter, and clothing that do not match the Christian teachings.
There is a small gate through the stone wall that surrounds the Old CIty of Jerusalem, the city as Jesus knew it. The gate is named The Eye of the Needle. When a rich man deeply felt his need for God and asked Jesus for guidance, Jesus told him to live a prayerful and good life. The man said he did. Jesus, seeing the man's hunger for God, said, "give away your possessions and follow me." The man turned away sad, because he couldn't do that. Jesus commented that it is easier for a camel to get through the Eye of the Needle than it is for a rich man to get into Heaven. To get a camel through the Eye of the Needle in the wall of Jerusalem, all of its belongings must be taken off. Then the camel squeezes through, and the possessions are restored afterwards. (Matthew 19:24)
Just so, a man or woman (minister or otherwise) attached to things of this world cannot fully find and share the peace of God. Let us not try to serve two masters, but seek the Kingdom of Heaven first, and let all be added - for ourselves, and for all our brothers and sisters.