Hello all. I was saved Baptist 13 years ago and attended that Baptist church for five years. I investigated a hard-line Church of Christ and attended for about nine months. It was so unpleasant that I did not seriously consider another Church of Christ congregation for several years. In July of 2004 I found a good one about a half hour north of me and I go there usually when I can. In July of 2005 I served as a Vacation Bible School teacher in a Baptist church about a half hour south of me. They knew of my church affiliation but cheerfully gave me the post. No one in my church voiced any objections and two people thought this was great, although I would have done it anyway because I love the children of that area so much. That week of VBS was one of the most wonderful experiences of my life. This year I am doing double duty. During the same week, I am going to a Baptist church to teach VBS third grade 35 minutes south of me in the morning, and doing puppets, story telling, and recreation assistant at my Church of Christ congregation 25 minutes north of me in the evenings. I carefully and diligently avoid compromising the doctrinal beliefs of any congregation which has trusted me. I look at it this way. As a Christian, I have a duty to serve Christ. I also recognize that the Greek word translated "church" means `an assembly of people called out.' Hence, a church is people. I take that to mean that I go wherever I can to serve the Lord however my given capabilities are best used among His people. However, I am curious: how many of you are open to inter-denominational cooperation if done with integrity?