For the past week or two, my family has been on the road, visiting family just outside the flood plains on Missouri. While on vacation, things are a bit more lax. Kids get a bit more screentime than normal. They eat a little bit more and a little more junkier than normal. And since I’m not at my house and don’t feel the pressure of “doing one more thing” when I have some downtime, I also take the opportunity to color a lot more than normal :).

This morning, Ada, Anaya, and I spent an hour or two sitting around Grandma’s kitchen table, coloring in our new coloring books while hanging out with Grandma and Uncle Brycey.

One of my new ones is called Whatever is Lovely: A Coloring Book for Worship and Reflection. It’s my first worship-themed coloring book, and I really like it!

whatever is lovely

The pages are filled with various Scripture passages, as well as quotes from authors, musicians, and missionaries- both traditional and contemporary. On the back of each coloring page is a small reference about where the quote came from.

Because the pages aren’t double-sided, if there is one you love in particular, you can tear it out and frame it! Also, the pages are thick enough that you can use pens without fear of bleeding through.

sarah bessey quote

 

stars

 

evansquote

I love that this resource points our minds and hearts towards God’s great love for us and for others!

 

I received this coloring book from Blogging for Books. These opinions are 100% mine. 

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