So you're looking for evidence that God is real.
It just so turns out that there is plenty - all around you. I could point out the complexity of nature and the absurdity of suggesting that something as intricate as the human body is a celestial accident. But apparently, for many people, that's not enough. So that's not my main point. I don't have a long string of acronyms following my name, so I'm not going to waste time with long, drawn-out scientific debates and theses.
We can argue all day about science and logic, but the greatest proof I have of God's existence is what He has done for me. I've filled this web site with the testimony of how my life has been changed by the Lord and how He continues to work in my life. Science is always changing with each new discovery, logic is always open for discussion. But let all of the 'science' and 'logic' debates fall to the ground - because at the end of the day, God's reality will always remain standing before me. That's where I always go back to when the endless barrage of attacks on my faith seem to be louder than anything else.
I can see the change He has brought. I can see the prayers He answers. It isn't a big conspiracy of coincidences or a sign of mental instability. You may choose to write me off as either crazy or simple, but I'm standing here, on my own word, telling you what I've experienced.
If I had been blind and then found a miracle cure that allowed me to regain sight, I'd be spreading the word like there's no tomorrow. The biggest evidence that the cure is for real would be that fact that I could see! There really wouldn't be any way you could convince me that the cure was bogus and I was still blind. Debate with me till you're blue in the face, but I'm still going to go home with my eyesight.
The same applies to Jesus Christ. I know He's real because of what He's done for me. I can't explain how and why it happened, all I know is that it is for real.
That's all, there it is. You can take it or leave it.
Take it, and you can have what I have.
Leave it, and I really don't have anything else to say.