Also, photos in chat profiles should be with appropriate clothing and not provocative. No conduct that is offensive or counterproductive to fellowship. Please don't flood the whole chat screen with your messages. At least please do not dominate the voice/video chat (or text chat) with conversation in another language. Please come to our chat rooms and forums for fellowship, not to try to advertise anything (not even in private messages to our chat room visitors) or recruit people for anything.
We like to welcome all to Christian Chat, but if anyone is not here for fellowship (or for wanting to know about Christianity), but simply for disrupting fellowship, offending people, whatever, then that person is not welcome. By "anything" we mean anything -- web sites, chat rooms, churches, groups, doctrine, etc.
I have honestly met some really great people on here!Also, understand that we've had too many cases of new and existing chat sites -- even Christian sites -- trying to piggyback on our site.If you are trying to build up your own chat site, leeching off of another chat site (by trying to recruit its users) is not the way to do it.Please do not dominate the main room (the Lounge) with silly talk.In the past there has been a tendency for teenagers and young adults to pile up in the main room (the Lounge) and dominate the microphone with silly talk at peak times when there are other people in the room who might like a chance to speak, or might like to discuss more serious topics. The chat room moderators are just that: moderators. Please allow them to moderate (i.e., change topics, steer topics, or move discussions to other rooms). Please do not attempt to charter a room for your own official scheduled event/Bible-teaching/Prayer-meeting/etc.