I love this nugget from a Toronto Globe and Mail story about evangelicals who claim they understand that they should go easy on the proselytizing ("We are not there to preach; we are on a predominantly humanitarian mission") when dealing with Iraqis:
In one major project, Baptist families have been asked to put together "gift of love" food boxes designed to provide a month's worth of basic nourishment to a family of five. "Please do not place any additional items/literature inside the box," the families are told. Mr. Porter, who runs the program, explained that this is to prevent them from being seen as missionary packages.
However, on the outside of each box will be a label bearing an Arabic translation of John 1:17: "For the law was given by Moses, but grace and truth came by Jesus Christ."
(Jim Carrey voice: "I CAN'T LIE!")
(Thanks to T.D. for the link.)