Imo, some people "feel" God more than other people do, so I wouldnt worry about that. As for questioning the faith's realness, I can assure you it's real. I have seen the deaf healed, the blind get sight back, and I've had at least one encounter with a demon. My advice to you, if you want to check the Bible's validity, would be for you to start looking up the historical facts on Jesus having existed, about the Old Testament having existed before Jesus did, and really looking at Jesus' commandments and seeing if they make sense to you (why is adultery harmful? why is stealing harmful? etc). This might help to provide some factual framework of God's existence and worthwhileness. If you want some testimonies on miracles/healings, I would suggest checking out the testimonies that are coming from Bethel Church in Redding, California, as they have doctor-documented healings taking place fairly regularly.
Also, I rarely "feel" God's presence. I know other people who get depressed if they don't think they have felt God's presence in a while. But this may simply be God working in different ways with different people, because different people have different needs. I get by fine with growing in my understanding in God and seeing why God's ways make sense (and having prayed for and seen a healing take place helps). I'm not saying God doesn't want you to feel His presence, because when we are in Heaven, we all will; but perhaps you are one of the people who might be better off connecting with God in non-subjective (wooshy gooshy) ways. Or perhaps checking out a couple of different churches might allow you to see if there seems to be more presence somewhere else. Though always Truth > Presence. Even the devil can make wooshy gooshy feelings, but the devil can't change the Truth (only try to pervert it).