Dive deeper into what it means to be all in the gospel of Jesus Christ with the new ‘All In’ book!

by | Jun. 14, 2021

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What does it mean to be “all in” the gospel of Jesus Christ in the latter days? 

All In, the well-loved podcast from LDS Living, has explored this question since 2018 with more than 100 different Latter-day Saint guests who are striving to live their faith every day—just like you. With over 8 million downloads, the All In podcast has become a cultural phenomenon and has inspired hundreds of thousands of Latter-day Saints around the globe with stories and messages of hope, faith, and true gospel living. 

Now, Morgan Jones, the host of All In, has put together an inspiring new book to accompany extraordinary and beautiful answers to the question, “What does it mean to be ‘all in’ the gospel of Jesus Christ?”

This book contains thoughts from All In episode guests, as well as insights from Jones so you can explore the question for yourself and strengthen your faith in the gospel. From nightly inspirational reading to a quick pick-me-up during the day, this book may be just what you need to get that spiritual boost. All In will help you define (and redefine) just what being “all in” means to you.

“The guests on this podcast have taught me that being ‘all in’ is so much more than I originally thought,” Jones said. “It is about covenants, it is about digging into the tough, and it is a principle of inclusion rather than exclusion. So while a selection of quotes from the show will serve as a jumping-off point, it is my hope that the reader will join me in a personal exploration of what it really means to be all in the gospel of Jesus Christ.”

The book, beautifully designed by Kensie Smith, releases on July 26, but for a limited time, you can save 15% when you preorder your copy! Click here or use promo code ALLIN6 to get 15% off the book now at Deseret Book!

Learn more about the All In podcast and listen to full episodes here.

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