I don't know about you, but I have been following that Channel 4 series Make Me a Christian and two things spring to mind.
First is that living the Christian life by a series of rules and regulations and actually living by faith are two different things, not least when there is a certain variation of Christian lifestyles. Living by faith is recognising that you are a sinner and letting Christ control your life, living by rules and regulations is actually living a life not much different to those rules and regulations in other faiths and creeds.
The second thing was noticing how detached we are from a life of selflessness. We spend too much time thinking of our own wants and needs and far too little about the needs of others. I wonder how many people in the documentary reflected on that when they allowed their feet to be washed by these group of people in a provincial town centre ;). But does leading a "good" life make you a Christian? Not really!
Well thats my thought for the day anyway :)