Standards of Moral Conduct

Standards of Moral Conduct

All iFamily members age eight and above must read (or be read to), understand, and agree to abide by these standards. After you have discussed these thoroughly as a family, you may enter digital signatures on the Membership Agreement form.


Behavior: I agree to act as a gentleman or lady and treat others with respect, kindness, and encouragement in speech and action as I demonstrate integrity and Christian values. I will refrain from any expression, gossip or physical contact that may harm or make another feel uncomfortable. I will not bring anything to iFamily classes that is considered a weapon or could bring insult or injury to another member. In addition, pairing off with the opposite sex, hand holding, kissing, or other affectionate gestures that sometimes accompany those who “pair off” are not allowed in this setting.


Dress and Appearance: Dress at iFamily should be modest in appearance. Shorts, skirts, and dresses should be at least knee length. Clothing should not be tight, revealing, or low-cut in the front or back and it should cover the stomach and shoulders. All iFamily members should avoid extremes in clothing, appearance, and hairstyle, be neat and clean, and avoid being sloppy in dress, grooming, and manners.


Language: Language used at iFamily should be clean and intelligent – that which uplifts, encourages, and compliments others. The names of God and Jesus Christ should be used only in reverence. Profane, vulgar, or crude language or gestures, as well as jokes about immoral actions are not allowed at iFamily.


Media: Offensive material such as movies, music, videos/DVDs, books, magazines, pictures, and other media are not allowed at iFamily. This includes anything vulgar, immoral, violent, or pornographic.


Service to Our Organization: As members of iFamily Leadership Academy, we commit to serve our organization by participating in cleaning of the building, keeping our environment clean and orderly, keeping track of our own possessions, and being attentive to our family’s needs.