Book Spotlight — Adult Coloring Books Devotionals

14 Apr

Adult coloring books are all the rage. But what can be better than combining a relaxing and creative pastime with truths from God’s word? If you want to go a bit deeper with God, consider these two from Bethany House.

The Glory of The Messiah 

An Immersive, Creative Journey with the Messiah

While we may know what the Bible says about the Messiah, do we truly know him? In the rush of life, it can be hard to quiet ourselves enough to see and experience his glory. But now you can.

In this one-of-a-kind coloring experience, you will go on a journey through the Bible. Each beautiful, hand-drawn picture illustrates a pivotal prophecy and its fulfillment in the Messiah. Every spread features Old and New Testament Scripture passages from the Tree of Life Bible translation as well as a key Hebrew word, and its English translation, from the text.

As you color and create, open your heart to meditate on these prophecies — and their fulfillment in Jesus — and discover the glory of the Messiah anew.

To purchase, click HERE.

Words of Grace

Let Creativity and Color Reinvigorate Your Time in God’s Word!

God’s Word wasn’t meant to be dry and stale, but sometimes we rush through devotions on our way to something else. Bring new energy to your time in God’s Word by incorporating beauty and creativity! This coloring book devotional will help you focus your attention and calm your soul.

The theme of grace is front and center in this exciting new travel-sized coloring book from Jacqui Grace. Each page includes Scripture, brief devotional thoughts, and images to color.

As a gentle tonic for the busyness and complexity of your life, let this book inspire you creatively while it reconnects you with the God who created you and knows your every need.

To purchase, click HERE.

(Thanks to Bethany House for complimentary copies.)

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2 Responses to “Book Spotlight — Adult Coloring Books Devotionals”

  1. debraemarvin April 14, 2017 at 8:17 am #

    They are lovely. I’ve put off getting any coloring book because they would tempt me too much and my schedule is already overloaded!

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    • rbclibrary April 14, 2017 at 8:21 am #

      They are pretty. But I know what you mean. I give them away to my coloring friends. 😉

      Like

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