"When someone uses the term ‘religious’ I automatically think of dogma and rituals—going to confession, saying Hail Marys, burning incense that will take your prayers up to heaven. In that sense, no, I’m not religious because I don’t do any of that. I don’t think it’s necessary.
I talk to God—not just in Church or with my hands folded and eyes closed, but all the time. Everywhere. I don’t think there are specific times he sets aside to hear your prayers—he isn’t a radio DJ taking requests. He’s the sovereign creator of the universe. He can always hear you. Which is good because I always need to talk.”