Got saved when I was five, raised within the Protestant traditions of Christianity, experienced various denominations (attended just about every main type in the fold except for Episcopalean, it was mostly just an oversight and lack of time), was most heavily involved with the precursor of what today is known widely as evangelicalism and this had the most profound social influence on me throughout my childhood/teen years, through my involvement with a "born again" style Christian camp that I eventually worked for as a teen counselor.
I always read voraciously, and so naturally had lots of questions start to pop up as a teen and never quite felt like I fit in. Was heavily into apologetics as a teen and adult through my 20's, heavily involved in worship ministry; I felt pretty alone, though, in that I did not agree with the atheists but also did not align with a lot of the conservatism I found around me... there were just too many questions that the 'pat answers' did not really address.
Became involved in spiritual direction-style approaches to faith, and throughout my life the pattern seems to have been to shift away from intellectualizing my faith (and demanding clear rational answers) to a more Kierkegaardian-style approach to God. I finally had to embrace that, for me, acceptance of my doubts and embrace of mystery was a natural part of my growth as a person.
I currently label myself as Christian agnostic. I'm not happy in traditions other than Christianity despite exploring them and it is as easy as breathing for me to see the world with an overlay of the conceptual framework of Christianity... but intellectually I have a parallel map that declares that nothing can be known, and I can also deconstruct my experiences and observations that way. Some people would view this as paradoxical, and maybe it is to a western mindset (and for me, for many years, it was, and I struggled painfully with it), but it no longer is to me.... and honestly I am far more content, and inclined to pray, and feel closer to whatever spiritual truth exists in this world than I did all those years I tried to hard to make everything fit within a particular and single box. The validation for me has been that I am far more capable of giving, loving, enjoying life, and sacrificing for others without resentment than I've been at those earlier stages where I was struggling so hard to make everything fit someone else's framework, so I'm content.