You know, this is something I grapple with as well. I attend the Unity Church on a quasi-regular basis. I was brought up Christian, I guess, not very strict. We were always allowed to have open discussions at dinner, etc. and encouraged to be "thinkers". I believe Jesus was a wonderful person and a great spiritual teacher, but I have always thought the concept of hell was pretty ridiculous. And the virgin birth, Adam & Eve, etc. Like others, I don't mean to offend, just being honest on this topic.
When I lived in New York, I attended the 5th Ave Presbytarian church and it was wonderful. The Pastor there gave sermons that still inspire me today. When I wonder what the **** God, the Universe, whatever - is doing with all the stuff going on in the Congo, Syria, and just everyday life, I think back to one of his sermons:
There was a famous reporter working somewhere in Africa, and he witnessed a tremendous amount of torture and suffering. On a particular night, he went back to his hotel and was raging outloud, and pulled out his journal to write. He raged aloud "God! Why DON'T YOU DO SOMETHING". And then quickly wrote in his journal - "I did do something...I made you". As Steve Job's has said - the people who are crazy enough to think that they can change the world are the ones who actually do. This is true.
That said, I have no idea how any of this works, but I do believe in being good, honest, and active. I believe I have a contribution to make and I feel compelled to do so. I feel an inner push to do it. Maybe it's God, I sure hope so!
I could write a lot more, but that's my brief $0.02.