It's sad. It sounds like they're drafting new recruits and the target audience are desperate and suffering people with no love in their lives and 1 hp left.
I have a problem with these two:
"When we are still in our sin, we have no life with God. We are alive physically but dead spiritually. If we continue in that condition, we will be separated from God for all eternity."
"We can choose to love ourselves and turn to our selfish pursuits. That is sin. In our sin we cannot know God and His love. The result of sin is that we are lost... separated from God."
I've done some bad things in my life, but none that are so bad that I have become "dead spiritually". "dead spiritually" is a heroin junkie living in the street thinking about nothing else except where he can score his next fix, it's rock bottom.
Nor am I lost, in any sense of the word. And frankly I find the idea that loving yourself and "turning to selfish pursuits" is a sin, offensive. If I didn't love myself, If it wasn't for my "selfish pursuits" I wouldn't be where I am today. I've made some personal sacrifices sure, but I didn't step on anybody's face to get here. I've "turned the other cheek" plenty of times in my life but you have to draw the line somewhere. Self love, self preservation. I can't have this love or strength coming from some imaginary external place, it doesn't work for me. My strength, my foundation has to come from within.
This whole idea of turning everything over to God is giving me the creeps.