Today I got invited to one of those youth revivals from a neighbor and I just thanked her for it. Not wanting to offend her or outing myself and have her talk to other neighbors about me, I just couldn't bring myself tell her that I am an Atheist. I really don't know anyway way to handle this other than not to show up, however I do feel a little offended by it, cause it's feels like someone walking up to you and offering a cigarette, or a person who is a recovering alcoholic and offering him a beer as a gift. Then you try to deny the offer, but then they insist that you take it, cause if you don't then it will insult and hurt their feelings. So you take it, but now you're obligated to show up or donate something in return. This is what I like to call the "Forced guilt-trip mentality". They try to set you up by making you think that you wanted what they gave you but you really didn't need it in the first place. Then they tell you that they're are having a fundraiser or whatever and say, "If you donate a dollar or somethin' to so and so, you could bla, bla, bla" You get the idea. But that's not what they did here, it's a welcoming to this revival, but that's where you can predict where the trap is. But the problem I still have is, should I tell anyone who offers me a invite to one of these things that I'm an Atheist, or do I just let them go on and kind of skip the part of how I feel about this stuff?