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Activity Book - Gospel Story by Colors

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16-page coloring and activity book explains the Gospel through colors! As kids make their way through the book, they will learn what the different colors stand for and about the love and saving grace of Jesus!

Each activity or coloring page is paired with a Scripture that reinforces the message. Perfect for Sunday school, Awanas, tuck into treat sacks, hand out at outreach events, and more.

  • Recommended for ages 7-11.
  • New Living Translation - NLT
  • Book is 16 pages and measures 5-1/4" x 8-1/4".

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Reviewed by Cathy S.
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Great Product

Due to Covid, we were not able to have Bible School at our church. We used these booklets to give in bags to children in our community. They were great in relaying the message of Jesus.

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Excellent

We deliver a booklet every month to each child in our church

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Reviewed by Elizabeth D.
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Very great product

Amazing kids really enjoy ..thanks so much good gift for children's ministry

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Reviewed by Carol C.
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Great for sharing the gospel with children.

We use these when when go to Jamaica. In the schools the Bible is used and encouraged to be memorized. It's a simple way to share that younger children and grown ups can understand. We especially like the fact that sin is given the color of gray so it doesn't come across that black is bad.

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