Colour in Hope Paperback
A Reflective Journey
by James Newman Gray;
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A Bird's Eye View from Eden
Inspiring illustrations all about finding hope, this elegant colouring book is a great way to grow in creativity and faith.
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Colour in Hope
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- An adult colour book for anyone in need of reminding of God's promises of hope in the Bible
- Want a creative and meditative way to spend time in God's presence?
- Including inspiring quotes from a variety of sources, discover how colouring a book can brighten your day
Share a little hope with this elegant colouring book that offers the time and space to reflect on God's promises. A delightful way to spend time in God's presence, this colouring book is a great way to find a little bit of soulful calm.
Showcasing James Newman Gray's beautiful detailed artwork, in this high quality colouring book, Colour in Hope will lead you to a place of rest.
This reflective journey through colouring explores the meaning of hope through a series of patterns and designed illustrations, plus seven different quotes form writers, thinkers, saints, and the Bible. There are 7 main sections to the book.
Each section starts with a theme, introduced by the quote, and the following 7 pages explore this theme through different artwork pieces. Included is a section for freer reflection, giving the reader the opportunity to think, to doodle, or create their own drawings on themes of hope.
Colour in Hope by James Newman Gray was published by Lion Hudson Plc in February 2017 and is our 4453rd best seller. The ISBN for Colour in Hope is 9780745980058.
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Details for Colour in Hope
|Author / Artist||James Newman Gray|
|Publisher||Lion Hudson Plc (February 2017)|
|Number of Pages||64|
|Page last updated||12th December 2017|