Glad you asked!
I was in the same place you were. I *wanted* to find God (or just the right way) but whenever I prayed...nothing hapened and I felt the same and went on with my life. I could not understand other people who had such strong faith and devotion, etc. Where did they get it?!
My best friend was very Christain, but we never really talked about it in a real way. Then, I started having all these questions...both her and I believe that medicine/doctors should be avoided. So I asked her, but what about in cases of depression? She said she had her faith and God would take care of her if that ever happened, so she didn't need doctors for that. Then the terrorists struck (9/11). I was totally freaked out and was wondering to find baby-sized gas masks! Then I talked to her, she was totally calm and said she had faith in God and His will, etc. Then whenever I asked her a question, she would give me a short answer and tell me I needed to look in the Bible and find it for myself. (That was really smart of her!) I still kept putting it off, even though I was impressed, becasue I didn't want to give to give up my Sunday mornings!
Then there was the night ds-2 would not go to sleep. It was so late, and I was being as boring as possible. The only book I could read without him grabbing was this tiny little Gideon Bible I had gotten years ago. Ds did fall asleep and I just kept reading and reading...It was the New Testament, and it really just touched my heart. It was a feeling that came all over me and it was the greatest thing ever. I prayed the prayer in the back of it and even signed my name, and became saved. It was really powerful.
The next day was the hard part, telling my dh, who laughed at me thinking I was being sarcastic, etc. But since then, we found a good church I *love* going to, and dh (and even ds) have became saved. It is a huge part of our lives and we have never been happier. I never knew it could feel so good to be a Christian!
Sorry to get so long-winded! I would suggest making a time each day to read the Bible (New Testament expessially) and pray. And find a good church with cool people that you can hang out with and ask questions. It is a big change, and it takes commitment, but it is really worth it!