'It's All God': Interview with Dennis Quaid
The star talks about exploring other faiths--and how his core belief in Jesus helped him rebuild his life.
Continued from page 0Beliefnet about his own family (including recovering from his well-publicized divorce from Meg Ryan), his Christian beliefs, and his charity work in Central America.
Your movie is about a big, blended family that has to find a way to come together. We hear a lot these days about families being in trouble. What qualities do families need to stay together?
Love. Families need a spiritual bond with one another and with God. God is the only way you're going to make it in life, the glue that holds everything together.
What's your own religious background, and where are you with it now?
I grew up Baptist and still go to church. I myself have explored other religions, because I want to know what it is that makes other people tick. I find we're all talking about the same thing, really-it's all God.
What things have you explored? Have you traveled places or met certain people that had an impact on you?
I went around the world three times and made it a point to ask people what it is that they believe and why.
What's the most interesting thing you heard?