Welcome to the TLV Grow-With-Me Coloring Bible! This is an abridged edition of the TLV Holy Scriptures carefully selected for all children to learn to read – with their parents and siblings together! This is a collection of TLV Bible verses, story by story, for one full year.
The chapters start in Genesis and end in Revelation. Tree-quarters of the stories are from the ancient Jewish scrolls written long before Messiah arrived in Bethlehem. The other quarter of the stories are about the life and times of Jesus, the Messiah, and His followers.
Our coloring pages can be taped together to form your own Art Scroll! You can make your own, or work together as a family, or a Bible Study Group. These 52 weekly coloring pages – plus two Passover and Tabernacles lessons – make a great faith building homeschool craft. With every chapter, you can build your own faith traditions and recognize the ‘Holy Moments’ with God hidden inside your Bible.
Give your children the gift of coloring God’s Word!
As parents, we have the incredible opportunity to help foster creativity in our children, especially when it comes to their faith journey with God.
We believe that even as children, they can have a “holy moment” with Messiah Yeshua at home during daily activities and playtime.
Have you ever seen the face of a child who suddenly realizes God is in the room with them?
As your holiday shopping continues this year, we encourage you to think beyond toys and gadgets and into your children’s future and ask yourself these questions:
• Is my children’s relationship with God important to me?
• Do my children’s relationships with their siblings matter?
• How do I train my children to walk with Yeshua every day?
• How do I teach my children that family relationships are eternal?
• How do I reach my kids on their level?
More often than not, children need our time and attention more than toys that encourage independent play.
So this year, we encourage you to order a copy of the new TLV Children’s Coloring Bible, sit down together, and simply read them a story from the Bible while they are imagining what it looks like in color.