The Parables of Jesus coloring book devotional


About the book:
Worship with art as you color-in 46 stunning illustrations based on the parables of Jesus, each with a corresponding devotion and prompts for spiritual reflection and artistic exercise.

God's creativity is everywhere. It's mirrored by His creation--even evident in the illustrative teachings of His Son. This stunning book of 46 soulful, colorable pictures is based on the parables of Jesus. Color the parables, be immersed in their valuable lessons in a unique way, engaging your own creativity, and strengthen your faith.

Also included are 46 uplifting devotions, one related to each parable, and 46 thought-provoking prompts for meaningful reflection and artistic expression. These pages provide worshipful exercises to inspire the artist in you, with space for illustrated prayer and journaling.



        The Parables of Jesus adult coloring book is a fun way to learn about Jesus teachings. For each lesson, the parable is written first, along with a discussion, an activity, and coloring pages. I enjoyed the activities because they can be done as a family while having your own discussion on the parable.

        I believe families and individuals should give this devotional a try as an exciting way to spend time with the Lord. This devotional would also be good for homeschoolers to use during their Bible time. A whole week could be spent on one devotional.

        The illustrators, Laura James and Katara Washington Patton, did a magnificent job designing the book. I recommend it to families, individuals, and homeschoolers.

About the designers:


LAURA JAMES has been a professional artist and illustrator for over 20 years. In addition to painting sacred images from various religions, she portrays women, families, and everyday life, blending intricate patterns, text, vibrant colors, and surreal imagery. She is best known for her illustrations in an award-winning edition of the Book of the Gospels lectionary (Liturgy Training Publications, Chicago, IL). Her style is reminiscent of Ethiopian Christian Art.



KATARA WASHINGTON PATTON has written and edited Christian books for children, teens, and adults and created supplemental materials for books by T.D. Jakes, Beth Moore, and Joyce Meyer. She served as general editor and writer of Aspire: The New Women of Color Study Bible. She holds a M.Div. from Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary.


Disclaimer: "I was provided a free copy of this coloring book by the publisher. All opinions are my own."

Comments

Sandee said…
What a beautiful way to learn about the Bible. I love it.

Have a blessed day. ☺

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