When I met my husband, he was basically what I would describe as a lost soul. He didn't attend church and seemed to do the complete opposite of what he should do when it comes to spiritual growth. I remember asking him what kept him grounded. He responded that it was himself. As our relationship grew, he later admitted that since his brother's death, he was angry at God for letting him pass away after all the praying he did. I talked to him and he seemed to have a new perspective on the root of his anger but his actions remained the same. For example, he does not attend church, not that attending church defines spirituality or anything but my main concern is that he does not exhibit any desire to grow as a spiritual person. I love him and we have a happy marriage but I worry that he is basically a leaf being blown around in the wind. He now says I am his spiritual voice of wisdom who keeps him grounded but I always think and when I'm not here? What then? To give a little background, his father is an ordained minister and my parents were also ordained. We come from different denominations but based in Christianity. I am far from religious so I do not participate in traditional acts commonly identified as being Christian (i.e. going to church on Easter). However, I am a very spiritual person, I believe and love God, obey the principles outlined in the bible and all of that jazz. I just wish my husband displayed the same heart for God as I do. When I come to him with a scripture or ask him to pray with him, he will willingly join in but I feel he's only doing it to appease me. Am I overreacting?