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Top 10 ways to get kicked out of your group!

10. Pretend not to understand "Christianize". Glenn Frank,His Place Christian Fellowship

9. Bring a wet crying infant and hand it to the hostes. Gord Forbes, Church: Chartwell Baptist, Oakvillle Ontario.

8. Ask people what gender they are. Karl & Elaine Ingersoll,Moncton. NB

7. Signal that a conversation is over by clamping your hands over your ears. Karl & Elaine Ingersoll,Moncton. NB

6. "Wanna get high after the meeting?", Michael Mack, Bethany Christian Church

5. Suggest that some "prayer requests" are merely Gossip! Glenn Frank,His Place Christian Fellowship

4. If you have a glass eye, tap on it occasionally with your pen while talking to others. Karl & Elaine Ingersoll

3. Make beeping noises when a large person backs up. Karl & Elaine Ingersoll,Moncton. NB

2. Lock the doors and collect an offering. Glenn Frank,His Place Christian Fellowship

1. Finish all your sentences with the words "in accordance with prophesy." Karl & Elaine Ingersoll,Moncton. NB

Honorable Mentions:

  • Consistently show up 45 minutes early. Keri Holmes, Hopewell Mennonite Church

  • Reply to everything someone says with "that's what YOU think." Karl & Elaine Ingersoll,Moncton. NB

  • Take off your socks and put your feet on the coffee table. Gord Forbes, Church: Chartwell Baptist, Oakvillle Ontario.

  • Go on a high fibre diet. Karl & Elaine Ingersoll,Moncton. NB

  • Practice making fax and modem noises. Karl & Elaine Ingersoll,Moncton. NB

  • Sell your property, bring some of the money, and lie to the Holy Spirit saying that it's all of the money. Glenn Frank,His Place Christian Fellowship

  • Teach with your mouth full. Glenn Frank,His Place Christian Fellowship

  • "Covenant, schmovenant! I'm setting out TWO empty chairs tonight!", Mike Moses, Hope Presbyterian Church

  • Pop open a brewski, and ask everyone if they care for one. Glenn Frank,His Place Christian Fellowship

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