Doesn't matter. I'm not rich either. The point is that if you really care about something, you get involved to change it and don't just point the finger at people that are doing something about. And no I wasn't being sarcastic I was just making a point. I assure you I get nothing out of watching anyone suffer.
Jesus got in trouble with the legal authorities of Judism because he claimed to be the son of God and put God's law above their traditions such as healing on the Sabbath. Outsiders could convert to Judism see Matthew 23:15 which states "Woe to you, teachers of the law and Pharisees, you hypocrites! You travel over land and sea to win a single convert, and when he becomes one, you make him twice as much a son of hell as you are." (Whole Chapter: Matthew 23 In context: Matthew 23:14-16).
God himself began the modern integration of non-jews into Christianity on the day of Pentacost though incidents such as the healing of the woman who grabbed the hem of his garment and prior prophesies http://www.messiahrevealed.org/
pointed to it.
But you excuse yourself from having to take part and keep critisizing. I mean this seriously, who better to concentrate strictly on the material needs of people only than Aethists? Why are they not themselves doing the things they judge others for? I see a real hypocrisy here. But I see no hypocrisy in Christian people sacrificing and risking to create Christian centers that help a great many people all over the world in a way that promotes their belief system.
You are asking Christian people not to be real to themselves to take proven programs which work very well and try to turn them into something which we don't believe in. Namely, caring for only the physical needs of a person and not also the spiritual ones which we think are more important. Caring for a dying person, in my/our view, requires both.
As for your point in turning away people that don't accept Christ from an Africa center, I haven't heard of that in World Vision. They create a center and when it is full still do feeding programs in the community to everyone as resources allow.
I do believe the situation you are saying has happened with some organizations but I haven't personally heard of a specific example of it. Maybe one of those fake televangelist programs or something? Could you give me a specific example so I can check it out? Thank you.
Also note that people aren't perfect. Genuine Christians are not perfect just saved. Trying to hold them to a standard of perfection is ridiculous and not scriptural. And as you judge may you be judged. Peace.