Always Enough, Never too Much is probably one of the more uniquely constructed devotionals I have encountered. With 100 entries, Connolly and Morgan have covered a variety of topics that fall under the overarching themes of "always enough" and "never too much"
Personally, I love flip books. I find them whimsical and that makes me grin.
I also appreciate the flexibility of this devotional. Thanks to the index for either side, it is simple to scan through and find a reading that fits with your circumstances or day. The absence of a daily schedule also allows readers to pick and choose when they read. It was simple to read a few entries one day, or pick up back up again after reading nothing while down with a week long virus.
I do wish, however, that this devotional had struck a better balance between story and Biblical exploration. I loved Wild and Free and am well aware of the talent both these women possess for sharing their hearts and faith through story and written word. That said, I think my hopes were just a little too high on what I expected vs what was presented (which is still good)
4 out of 5 stars.
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