Nov 22, 2019

Act Respectfully in Church

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#* Be understanding of people who are a little different. You don't know what type of cross they have to carry, so don't be rude. Assume that they are doing their best.
 
#* Be understanding of people who are a little different. You don't know what type of cross they have to carry, so don't be rude. Assume that they are doing their best.
 
#* Don't speak in degrading ways about LGBT+ people, people with disabilities, the poor, people of color, and other minorities. God teaches us to judge not. These people need love and respect, not scorn.
 
#* Don't speak in degrading ways about LGBT+ people, people with disabilities, the poor, people of color, and other minorities. God teaches us to judge not. These people need love and respect, not scorn.
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#*Don't ever joke about or mock Christianity in churches, especially in the more conservative areas in the world. Christians will be very offended and it is extremely disrespectful to churchgoers. Don't speak badly about Christianity either.
 
#Pay attention and participate during the service. Once again, this is a sign of respect both to others and to Him. Although it might get boring, keep your thoughts on God. If your mind wanders, at least stay on your best behavior. [[Image:Act Respectfully in Church Step 4.jpg|center]]
 
#Pay attention and participate during the service. Once again, this is a sign of respect both to others and to Him. Although it might get boring, keep your thoughts on God. If your mind wanders, at least stay on your best behavior. [[Image:Act Respectfully in Church Step 4.jpg|center]]
 
#* Do your best to be mature during the sermon, even if the topic is uncomfortable (like premarital sex) or you aren't sure you agree with the priest.
 
#* Do your best to be mature during the sermon, even if the topic is uncomfortable (like premarital sex) or you aren't sure you agree with the priest.


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