"...All things must be done properly and in an orderly manner" - 1 Corinthians 14:40 Here's a prime example of how not to do it... I don't mind enthusiasm, shouts of amen (as long as it doesn't turn into a shouting match), waving/raising of hands, or strong emotion, but in my opinion, the aisle dancing/running, coat waving and baptistry diving takes the congregation's focus off hearing, worshiping and enjoying God. If you want to do that in private worship, go for it. But public congregational worship? Nope. Not where I have any authority.