[Mods. If this belongs in another forum please move it.] I go to a Fundamentalist Church in South Korea. Lately I have attended some meetings of another Fundamentalist Church at times when mine doesn't convene. This other church is KJVO. I wanted to get some feedback from folks who attend Fundamentalist churches which are either KJVO or KJVP. The speed with which the hymns are sung is super fast. Just when I thought I barely had the breath to sing at the rate the music was being played the song-leader said:"Let's quicken the tempo folks." Huh? And the rapid manner in which the Scripture were read really bothered me. Why rush through Bible passages? Then the pet phrase of "Take Jesus Christ as your personal Savior" was said in such haste a newcomer would not have understood at all. Prayers were said faster than a flash; there wasn't even a pause to indicate prayer was coming. This fellowship is in English only compared to my regular church which uses both Korean and English -- but the KJVO church has just as many Koreans who are not so fluent in English. Have any of you had the same experience? What is going on? There seems to be more reverence in non-KJV churches when it comes to such things. When I recently spent two months back in the States I know the speed of hymns and Scripture reading was of a more moderate rate.