Kind of hard to say...most of my younger life I was raised Methodist, but most of my adult life, I've stayed away from the church for the most part. I'll occasionally go, but I spend most of my Sabbath in bed trying to sleep coz the work week wore me out, I was up late working on art, watching college football, or Toonami.
Then there's the whole thing that I think some churches are major crooks; I understand the literal sense of giving tithes so that you can pay for the church to keep its doors open, but when they start going about requiring your tax info & the pastor/preacher/father/reverend is living better than the average congregational member- something is amiss. Once again, I can see if said congregational leader has another job that allows him to live better(like a doctor or lawyer), but generally "balling out" at the expense of your congregation- the thought of that pisses me off.
I try to live my life for the most part, just being a good person and try to do the best I can- not coz I believe I'll go to heaven or paradise when I die, but because I want to be known and remembered as being a decent human being. I'm not sure what is at the end when we die- and frankly I cant spend my life worrying about that; all I can do is make the most of this life while I'm here and now. I'm not perfect, nor do I try to be- but when is being a good person equivalent to perfection? I think if as a person puts forth a noticeable effort, then you can give them that(now as far as the definition of "noticeable effort"- I know that varies for each person, so I wont site specifics).
I wont rag, or make fun of anyone who has a strong belief(and those who dont)- I respect that; your actions are what count...at the same time, respect how I live my life and dont try to force your beliefs on me. If you truly want someone to believe, they must accept it of their own free will- if they are dont, or "not ready" to, then acknowledge it, respect it, and move on.