Ken sees the businessman in the book and movie as a partial reflection of himself. He found his Mulligan Story through friends and mentors that came along side to help guide him. "Ultimately, it comes down to letting Jesus take care of the mulligans!"
"I have had many battles and questions trusting God's plan for me as I want to be in control. God's plans are already set...It's ok to to ask hard questions, to be mad and frustrated at times. Ultimately, it's about faith, about giving up, about believing & trusting the plan."
"At a young age I was taught to be a good person and to earn my way, strive toward perfection which I could never achieve. I learned that nobody is good enough. Perfection can only be found in a relationship with Jesus Christ. Take the mulligan Jesus offers"
Still, I wondered. Could I really marry these two forces in my life—golf and God? I mean, for so long, golf had been my god. That was when I met Jim Hiskey...He encouraged me to walk with God and reach the world for Christ through golf.
All of the anxiety we’ve gone through this past year, as we’ve seen people sick and hurt in mind and body, I’m so thankful for my faith, knowing there is a God who holds it all in the palm of His hand.