Yes, but it's not really worth making that big of a deal about it, is it? If he wants to try and sell me on his religion, that's fine. He could also choose to try and sell me on his new clubs, his new energy drink, or whatever. Doesn't mean I'm buying any of them, but he can go ahead and try. Actually, as I'm thinking about this ... how different is it really? If I am a cruddy golfer (what a coincidence, I am!) and Phil Mickelson comes on and raves about his new driver helping him win one week and I believe him and go out and buy one thinking it will advance my cause, I don't know that that is much different than Joe Blow going to church and praying because he thinks it will help him because he thinks it helped Webb the next week.
(Also, to be fair ... evangelizing in church isn't doing much to advance the numbers because there you are - quite literally - preaching to the choir. ;))
This is one of the few things I feel very strongly about. I despise anyone who thinks that it's his job to push his religion on others. I dislike evangelism in the extreme forms which it tends to take - the believe my way or you'll burn in Hell philosophy. I have nothing but antipathy for churches which use that sort of guilt to build their membership, then use it to fleece their congregations so the leaders can live like kings. These things turn me strongly against any attempt to draw me from my beliefs. If it's an overreaction, then so be it.