I did not want to derail a thought Rev Mitchell brought up in another thread, but here is a typical scene at a restaurant after church. http://www.worshiphousemedia.com/mini-movies/7871/Faith-Without-Love It is a fact that the group that goes to a restaurant after church on Sunday morning is some of the rudest, meanest, and cheapest tippers there are. We should be the kindest, most understanding, and best tippers there are. If you cannot afford to tip, then you cannot afford to go out to eat. The waiters and waitresses depend on tips to survive, and make below a minimum wage as a base salary. These folks work hard. They are there to make your dining experience the best they can. Every time you need more catsup, a drink refilled, more bread, a steak that was not cooked right, etc, they come and go to satisfy your every whim. We do not live in a perfect world, and things go wrong. It is our reaction to them as Christians that destroys the Christian witness every Sunday in front of a lost world. There are regular arguments amongst the crew of restaurants about who has to work the shift on Sunday after church. It is a pattern all across the nation. My hat is off to those that have the patience to put up with the arrogance, rudeness, and sharp remarks day after day. I could not do it. The guy in the above clip would be wearing the glass of tea, and the woman would have the pecans from the salad stuffed up her nose. There is not enough tip money on this earth IMO to put up with this crowd. No doubt they will return to church Sunday night and gossip about their experience at the restaurant. Either give these people a break or go home to eat.