A little history of us: My wife was involved in her church years before she met me. As for myself, my step-mom had my step-dad and me in church almost every Sunday during my high school years. Only Sunday's we'd miss is when we were visiting her sister's in Michigan. After I went into the Navy, I was away from church for the 30 years, until I met my wife. Oh on the two 2-months trips I made to some Rocky Mountain and Plains States, trying to relocate out of So. California, I said a prayer each time I left my motel room to drive some more miles. The Lord kept me safe during those times, but other than that, it was definitely my wife that brought me back to God. The churches we've been to, since we've been married, have been somewhat on the "click" side that just isn't part of us. But, at least we did find a church to go to while living in both Colorado and North Carolina. Living here in northeastern Florida, to say the least, it's been a challenge. We've been to a number of churches since moving here in 2009, but none of them really "clicked" with us. Mostly rich, "clickish" type older and younger folks. We'd really like to go to a nice "down-to-earth" church, like we found in Colorado. My wife now watches John Hagee on the computer on Sunday AM. It's pretty obvious that this Pastor isn't for everyone to listen to/watch. He can be very opinionated about different things, but we both listen to him. I also like watching Joyce Meyer on tv sometimes. I like the way she mixes religion with psychology. So, my question is, just how do people "find the right church"?