A companion coloring book based on Shannon Bream’s New York Times bestseller The Love Stories of the Bible Speak.
Love is at the heart of the Bible. From the moment Adam declared Eve “flesh of my flesh” to the sacrificial love of Joseph for Mary to the fiery friendship between Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego, The Bible is filled with love stories. But the biblical idea of love is much bigger than we imagine; Scripture defines how we should think about love. Whether it is the partnership of marriage, friendships that cross all boundaries, or families navigating the many seasons of life, our guiding example is the deepest, most abiding, foundational love ever known—God’s unconditional love for His people.
The Love Stories of the Bible Speak Coloring Book includes beautifully illustrated verses from the Bible, each with short descriptions that offer lessons from the good, the bad, and the ugly of Biblical romances, friendships, and families. Shannon Bream shows how God’s love is often very different from ours, turning upside down our assumptions about life, relationships, and each other.
Wise and thoughtful, The Love Stories of the Bible Speak Coloring Book invites us to contemplate the word of God. Each page of the coloring book features an inspirational anecdote and a beautiful drawing of a Bible verse to color. Accompanying these stories and illustrations are Shannon’s own insights into these relationships and how they have shaped her personal love of God and others.
The Love Stories of the Bible Speak Coloring Book reminds us that, no matter where we find ourselves, God’s unwavering love will sustain and guide us, and in return it is our duty to love God and our neighbors. Beautiful and uplifting, it will make you believe that love really does conquer all.
Shannon Bream is the author of the number one New York Times bestsellers The Women of the Bible Speak and The Mothers and Daughters of the Bible Speak, the anchor of FOX News Sunday, and Fox News Channel’s chief legal correspondent. She has covered landmark cases at the Supreme Court and heated political campaigns and policy battles from the White House to Capitol Hill.