One of my high school girl friends came from a very very religious family. They were from a Christian sect that didn't allow dancing, rock music and many other things that were considered extreme by their religion. One day I was invited to go to church with my friend. I had no idea what that would entail.
Church was every afternoon and my friend arrived to pick me up to go to the meeting. Her mother was driving a large pick-up truck and we all climbed into the truck bed. It was then that my friend informed me that we were going to drive around the base and try to get military personnel to get into the back of the truck with us. Then it was our job to convince the guys that they should come to church and be saved. So we drove around the base and around town and when we saw a guy on the street we would yell: "You wanna come with us?". Of course most men would jump at the chance to ride around with a group of pretty young girls, and they always agreed to head over to the church with us. Once the back of the truck was filled with guys, we would head over to the church.
When we arrived at the church, all of the girls were separated from the guys and it became apparent to the guys that they were there to "save their souls". Most guys would make as quick an exit as possible but they were usually trapped until after the service.
This went on for about two weeks before I decided it was not my cup of tea. It became more and more uncomfortable for me until finally, I told my friend I no longer wanted to participate in her recruiting process. I was through with church for awhile.