QUOTE FROM ARTICLE:
Many churches today wind up with theology of boredom. They do, indeed, believe right and behave right, but are bored silly. There is no joy, no passion, no enthusiasm, no smiles, no laughter. This is not how it should be. God doesn’t just want us to believe right and behave right. He wants us to feel right. He wants us to rejoice. At times, He wants us to grieve.
In my opinion, these churches/congregations are the ones who do not acknowledge the "indwelling Holy Spirit," but that may just be me I suspect.
For those who feel like feelings don't matter to God, should we consider that their feelings matter?