If, by your logic, simply offering a choice is imposing, then the world's media and advertisements should be your biggest source of frustration.
If I am living my life wrong, I actually might appreciate somebody taking the time to let me know. I won't be offended that somebody cares enough to point out my shortcomings.
Nope. You follow God's commands with a loving heart toward God and take care of his creation.
I felt compelled to reply to this as there is some "slight of hand" going on here. You say you simply offer a choice, meaning to imply that this choice is whether or not to accept Christianity. That in and of itself is not very sinister and would not amount to arm twisting. However that is not the real choice you offer, whether you realize it or not. The elephant in the room is the choice of heaven or hell. The choice of eternal salvation or eternal suffering, etc... When such a choice is offered to a person who is in need of help, who is actually suffering phyiscally and emotionally as is done on missions, it is a dishonest recruiting tactic imho. This choice plays upon people's fears of the unknown and most certainly is emotional arm twisting.
It is manipulative to suggest there is such a choice at all and then attempt to dodge what the choice you offer really is, whether you are aware of it or not, which you may not be.
Do you understand this perspective?
Thanks for reading guys!