All in All Journaling Devotional by Sophie Hudson


I have to state right up front that I LOVE a good journaling devotional. I like a book that helps me get my thoughts together, focus on God's word, and then think about how to apply it in my life. All in All Journaling Devotional by Sophie Hudson is the journaling devotional that can do all of those things. Hudson wrote this book to remind readers according to the back cover that "Jesus is the All in All--over all, through all, and in all that you do."

All in All contains 100 devotions designed to better learn and understand the Bible all while living the best life you can with Jesus in every day. Each devotion starts with a relevant reading from Hudson that truly relates to life in today's world. Each reading is followed by four questions to answer or activities to do to help you relate each devotion to your own life. Then there is a larger space to write a prayer for each day. All in All was written primarily to young adult women, but I have to say, as a midlife woman, I found a lot of helpful devotions and thoughts in this book. There wasn't anything didn't make me think or learn something each day so I can't honestly say that I think it is a book that is defined for any certain age group.

I would recommend Hudson's All in All devotional journal to any woman who likes to read with Bible, devotional and journal in hand. I can't help but think any woman would benefit and grow in their Christian walk from reading All in All every day.

Sophie Hudson is a popular author and blogger who blogs at BooMama.net. I love that she has a playlist that you may enjoy on her blog that was created to go along with All in All: http://boomama.net/2017/08/01/please-accept-this-party-favor/.

I received All in All from the publisher, BH Publishing Group. I was not required to write a positive review in exchange for the book.

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