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500th Anniversary of the Reformation Coloring Book

Back in 2017, I mentioned a Reformation Coloring Book created by retired LCMS Pastor Scott R. Blazek. The book is still available and, if you think about it, this is another 500th observance for the Reformation. 🙂 Maybe it’s time to get it out for the next batch of kids.

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Coloring Liturgy

Want to know what clever Rev. Gaven Mize has done? He’s turned My Little ABC Liturgy Book into a coloring book: My Little ABC Coloring Liturgy Book! Brilliant!!!

AND, if your kids love to draw, you should be sure to download Draw the Liturgy, too, by the folks at According to Your Word. 🙂

 

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Mother Color

You have to have a brain to write, and a good idea is what takes words and elevates them to a work. So today I get to introduce you to a somewhat less conventional book: something fun just in time for Mother’s Day.

You know how adult coloring books are increasingly common, even somewhat trendy?Well, a nice Lutheran by the name of Emma Speers recently started the company Whimsical Wee and what has she produced? A hot-of-the-presses, 20 page, original, fairy tale-themed coloring book designed for an adult and child to color face-to-face together, spending time enjoying color, whimsy, and each other.

In other words, a fun, inexpensive Mother’s Day gift! A little mother color may be just the thing.

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