I would like to know how many Christians out there do not have a church base.  I ask because I have not regularly gone to a worship service for more than a few months at a time since realising I was a Christian.  Actually I can honeslty say I have never felt "at home" in a church that I was able to attend for an extended period of time.  I have a home base, of course, where I Love to go every chance I get, but as I am uprooted at least twice a year, I do not get to really connect with them.  And even when I break free of laziness for long enough to go looking for a church, I have so often been dissappointed, either in the community or myself, for not really connecting. 

Is this a recognised problem with anyone out there? I once heard a sermon (I wasn't even attending this service, I downloaded it) from the worship group that I feel most connected to that said they do not consider 'lone-ranger spirituality' as Biblically valid. It made me sad, but it also made me think... Jesus is seen praying and fasting alone... the desert, Gethsemane... 

There is something brutally important in being alone with G-d. I have always felt this is the most importand step in the spiritual journey of a Christian (anyone, for that matter): your personal relationship with G-d.  It cuts out all the chatter (well, at least the outside chatter, you still have to deal with your brain :)

These are some of the reasons I was so excited to find this website, and why I created the Big Think Bible Posting topic that has sadly gone dormant, and for the most part was only me and Jesse (which I appreciate dude, don't get me wrong, I was just hoping to keep it growing).  But in this sense, we are still all just discussing from afar... 

Anywho...

comments? suggestions? kicks in the butt?