I was looking for a Buddhist prayer, the text of which I couldn't remember. So I asked Google "Dalai Lama's prayer"--because I believed it was his--and came across this:
Sonrise Center for Buddhist Studies, Inc. (SCBS) is a non-profit 501 (c) (3) organization whose vision is to see a church established and leadership discipled among every unreached Buddhist people group.
Our mission is to equip the Christian community with relevant information and appropriate training for ministry in a Buddhist pluralistic context so that they can intelligently share the Gospel of Jesus Christ with their friends, relatives, co-workers and neighbors next door.
Personally, I believe that proselytizing (actively trying to bring someone into your own religous beliefs) is at the very best misguided. At worst, it is morally reprehensible.
It turns out that the founder of Sonrise, James Stephens, was a dedicated member of Soka Gakkai Buddhist from 1970 to 1984. On pilgrimage to Japan in 1985, Stephens was injured. The Soka Gakkai functionaries in Japan did not come to his aid. So he became disillusioned with SG, and "became a seeker"