We just had a women visiting our office who was trying to get us to buy an section in a church bulletin to advertise our agency. Our marketing director declined, saying that because the owners of our company are Jewish and other employees in the company are of various faiths, we wouldn't be interested in advertising in a specific church's (in this case, Catholic) bulletin. The women paused a moment (I saw it happen, she was just standing in the lobby) and said solemnly: "Oh, okay then. I will pray for your owners, that they will see the light and have a change of heart and be saved." Oh my goodness! We were shocked that she'd say something like that. We thought it was funny, and laughed quite a lot after she left, but the more I think about it, the less I find it amusing and the more I find it derogatory. I mean, who was she to imply that someone else is in desperate need of prayer. Ugh. I'm just venting, I guess... Maybe I should be happy that she was concerned, but I just found her offensive.