Scripture Doodle and
Scripture Doodle God's Promises
by April Knight
David C. Cook
With inspiring exercises and prompts, this unique interactive guide introduces readers to a creative connection between Bible study, artistic expression, and worship.
Often, in the busyness of life, Christians forget that God created them to enjoy creativity. With guided instruction and completed examples, this beautiful book invites readers to draw closer to God through their own art.
More than a coloring book, ScriptureDoodle is a combination of Bible study, creative expression, and artistic community with artwork shared online at #scripturedoodle. Exploring topics such as being generous, finding rest, and facing grief, ScriptureDoodle gives the heart the creative space it needs. This book stimulates the reader's imagination and helps integrate God's Word into everyday life.
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ScriptureDoodle God's Promises refreshes believers who are feeling burned out or stuck in a rut in their relationship with God. Each of the creative worship prompts in this interactive guide includes biblical encouragement and ideas for worship through art. Artist April Knight includes creative lettering tips, color ideas, and completed examples to inspire readers to respond to promises in Scripture related to trust, faith, and the power of God's Word in all circumstances.
This unique blend of Bible study and creative expression provides the opportunity to connect with God as Creator in a new, life-changing way.
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First, the disclaimer. "I was provided a free copy of these two books. All opinions are my own." That done, My daughters were greatly excited to get these books and considered them art class, so we have been working through them as a lesson in school each day. The first one showed different ways to write the alphabet letters so they can be fancy or plain, and taught how to draw certain things, taught about color usage and more. My daughter is using what she learns to decorate her algebra pages. I like the way that they use scripture in the pictures, either having you write it in or doing it yourself, so you are focused on the word of God while you work through these books.
These books are marketed as devotionals, though they are not the usual, expected style of devotional. But yet they are just that because as you write the verses out and decorate the words and draw art work to illustrate it, you are focusing on the word of God and that word is ingrained on your mind and heart for awhile. Recommended.