Recently we visited a church for the first time. We had never met the pastor or church members and the visit was completely unplanned. When we arrived for services, we were greeted warmly with handshakes and "hello". We did see one man we knew and of course we greeted him. After the choir sang, the song leader announced from the pulpit that he had heard the visitors had musical talent and he requested I come up and sing. I REALLY did not want to do this and sat there in consternation for a minute, thinking of what to do. Then the song leader made a comment that he didn't want to "drag anybody up there" if we weren't willing. Finally, we all went up as a family and dh played the piano while the kids and I sang. If these had been old friends, or even people who had asked before the service, it might have been different. Right now, I doubt we will ever go back to that church again. Is it wrong to feel this way? I know we are always to "be ready" to give account of our faith, but is this included?