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Dennis Quaid Boldly Proclaims That Faith in God Saved Him After Addiction

Dennis Quaid is best known for being a talented and prolific actor, but he’s always been a talented musician as well. If you don’t know Quaid’s story, you might find it odd that he’s releasing not just a new album, but a gospel album. It’s called Fallen: A Gospel Record For Sinners.

This isn’t the first time Quaid has pursued his musical talents: a band he was in even received a record contract in the early 90’s. But their success was sidelined by Quaid himself.

Dennis Quaid’s History of Addiction

“I was in a band,” he told People magazine “and we got a record gig… They broke up the night they got it, and they broke up because of me, because I was not reliable.” The reason the band could not depend on him, he says, is because he was addicted to cocaine.

After rehab in 1990, Quaid turned to the faith of his childhood. He says that the gospel album is just a natural outpouring of his love for music and his relationship with God. “I grew up at the Baptist church; I love the hymns that I remember from being a kid,” he said. “The songs are self-reflective and self-examining, not churchy. All of us have a relationship with God, whether you’re a Christian or not.”

Jenny Rapson
Jenny Rapsonhttp://www.foreverymom.com
Jenny Rapson is a wife and mom of three from Ohio and the editor of For Every Mom. You can also find her alternately griping and gushing about her kids at her own blog, Mommin' It Up. You can email her at jrapson@outreach.com, or follow her on Twitter.

‘I Am 1 of 7 Kids in My Birth Family. I Was the ONLY Child Put Up for Adoption.’: Daughter’s Self-Love Journey Seals Her...

"I am 1 of 7 children. I am smack-dab in the middle of them. I was the only child placed for adoption. What is wrong with me?"

‘When You Get Home to Your Spouse, Put a Smile On. It Doesn’t Matter How Crummy Your Day Went’: Husband Reminds Us Our Family...

"For 30 seconds, really show you’re elated to see them. Make them feel like you were looking forward to getting back home. Your attitude sets the tone for the rest of the evening within 15 seconds of walking in the door."

32 Creative Proposal Ideas to Make Your Engagement Unforgettable

Discover 32 unique and creative proposal ideas to ensure your engagement moment is as special as your love story. From breathtaking adventures to intimate home proposals, find the perfect way to pop the question and start your journey together.