Image via Wikipedia"History strongly suggests that those who are attracted to atheism are first repelled by theism." -- Alistair McGrath.
The Church's message is not, "look at us". It is look at Christ. The Christian's message is not, "look at me". It is look at Jesus.
Image via WikipediaWhen I became a Christian, it was not because I was attracted to the Church. I did find my New Testament professor an attractive person, but he was the exception. What I was attracted to was the person of Christ. He is the idealist's best friend, and the moral perfectionist's best hope. When I looked at him, the gap between "is" and "ought" made perfect sense.
Dissatisfied with the "is" of your life? Look to the "Ought".
You want to see moral perfection? Look at Christ. You want to see God-at-work? Look at Christ. Want to hear words of wisdom? Listen to Christ. Want to see a man who loves God with all his heart, mind, soul, and body? Look at Christ. Now, look at him on the cross.
Do you want to see evidence of the saving power of God at work -- the power of God to overcome the evil of this life and "make things right"? Look at Christ raised from the dead, ascended, and seated on high. Do you want reason to hope that evil will be finally overcome? Look to Christ, the soon-coming King of Kings and Lord of Lords who will establish the rule and dominion of God on this earth.
Speaking of dominion, do you want to know what Canada's destiny is? "He shall have dominion from sea to sea."
"We preach not ourselves, but Christ crucified".