That's understandable. I'm Christian, but my wife is Hindu and having been exposed to Indian culture, I did briefly consider converting. However, a Hindu Priest showed me the error in my thinking, stating that to following one, does not deny the other and that even if I did change religions, I'd still be a devotee of Christ. Albeit from a different paradigm.
I can relate to this as well. None of the churches I attended growing up felt quite right to me. Always seemed more the traditions of man being celebrated than the traditions of God. It wasn't until I began reading the Bible on my own, that it all started to click and align with what I always felt inside. I think it's the way religion is taught sometimes, more so than the scripture itself that sours people on faith. Even in Jesus' time here, there were but two churches he found no fault with.
So to this day. I simply identify as Christian, with no denomination or other divisions attached to it. However, I place no limitations on God and do not believe Christians hold any exclusive rights or that our perceived image is the only correct one.
I saved your first statement for last, because this speaks volumes. I myself cannot recall a time I did not feel the presence God. God touches our lives in so many ways each and everyday. Sadly though, many turn a blind eye to God's touch. Rejoice my friend, for clearly you have not. You've taken God into your heart and this acceptance also shows your faith and devotion. Now honor that faith and devotion in all that you do, thereby praising and serving God.
Colossians 3:23 And whatsoever ye do, do it heartily, as to the Lord, and not unto men;