If they say "we'll pray for you" just say "Thank you, I'll perform a rite for you." Watch their faces drop....LoL
Actually, I'm honored when anybody wants to appeal to their deity on my behalf. Nothing in my understanding of Christianity would be in conflict. The problem is that too many people focus on the Bible, as in the KJV.
The G-d of the Old Testament, is just a shallow, 1-dimensional view of the G-d of Torah. If you don't speak Hebrew, you can't read Torah, since it is written in Hebrew, and any translations are merely shadows of what lies within; it is reproduced exactly the same way, with exactly the same Hebrew characters without vowels, where every character has several different and distinct meanings, in the form of the literal translation, as well as in conjunction with metaphor, allegory, sometime with the assistance of additional information, or in a metaphysical sense... that's why Talmud is a little over 6,000 pages...
The Hebrew G-d, the G-d of Abraham, was not a G-d of jealousy; nothing could be further from the truth. He as a jealous G-d, in other words, he made a contract with the ancient Hebrews, through Moses, to be their advocate, if they would maintain His word and law on Earth. That covenant contains the 10 Commandments, which are the rules and terms of the contract. One was that the Hebrews should have no other G-d before Him. In doing so, they would break the covenant.
One of the results of the covenant was the designation as the "chosen people", which is commonly understood to mean "elite", but again it couldn't be further from the truth; it means that they and only they, are burdened with the responsibility of maintaining G-d's law. In a way, they were "chosen" as Job was "chosen", ("Behold my servant Job...") Certainly not my cup of tea... LOL
As a gnostic (small g) Christian, I see most if not all Christian churches as abominations. Any ill will you feel there isn't from G-d, but from the people who believe they need some kind of intermediary, such as a priest, or minister, to understand their own deity. They are anti Pagan, Jew, or whatever, and mistrust anybody who doesn't adhere to the words of Paul. The New Testament should really be called the Book of Paul... there is wisdom there, but it's perspective is skewed.