Coming from humble beginnings, professional golfer Tony Finau has not forgotten his roots or the true source of the blessings he enjoys. He carries with him the hopes and dreams of the people who made sacrifices to help him arrive where he is at today. Recognizing that on the golf course he is a representative of Jesus Christ and a conduit of His light, Finau also knows that when he goes home at the end of a tournament, he is going home to what is most important. On this week’s episode, we talk about why he is determined to not take anything for granted.
"Sometimes that person that He wants me to be isn't the person that I want to be. But as you pray, these things, they can coexist. Your will turns to His and you can start to do some cool things. You start to see your life change in a way that you would never imagine because you have prayed often enough to know that He's got a better plan for you than then you have for yourself."
2:14- Three Rules From Dad
6:31- The Source of Hope
8:26- Humble Beginnings
11:17- Representing a People
13:37- Remembering Who We Used To Be
16:29- What Golf Teaches You
19:51- Golfing with Tiger
22:34- A Mother’s Love
25:18- Second Nicest Guy on the PGA Tour
28:07- Family, Faith, and Golf
37:36- Prayers of Gratitude and Radiating Light
41:56- What Does It Mean To Be All In the Gospel of Jesus Christ
Find the full episode transcript at ldsliving.com/allin.
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