Courage and comfort

A 'Slow Food for the Soul' colouring devotional e-book

This devotional contains five unique, beautiful, inspiring illustrated verses to colour. We've also included several meditations, some Bible reflection questions, activities and prompts to help you contemplate the verses, as well as a journal page, a space to write prayers and some mini 'take away' verse designs.

Look through it before you start, and decide what will be helpful to you. Everyone who uses it will have different needs and expectations. Do all of it, or do part of it, all at once, or in bits and pieces: the choice is yours. 

Perfect for:

  • individual devotional time
  • bible study or fellowship groups
  • small group spiritual retreats,

However you use it, we hope Slow Food for the Soul: Courage and Comfort will remind you of the strength and refreshment Jesus brings.

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Contributors

Illustrations

Lorien Atwood is the talented artist behind the popular Meditations and Reflections bible verse colouring books. Her artwork is inspired by her childhood years in Pakistan and the Middle East. Find her at www.lorien-illustrations.com

Questions, activities

Cecily Paterson is an author, editor, speaker and publisher. She loves to get people thinking and creating. She also loves to tell stories, writing 'brave-hearted' fiction for young teen girls. Find her at www.cecilypaterson.com

WRITERS

Kristen Young is an author, ministry worker, wife and mother. She loves to write and her biggest passion is helping people of all ages to see how awesome Jesus is.

Sarah Bull is a Southern Highlands NSW girl, a mum, wife, local primary school chaplain, Sudoku solver, peppermint tea drinker, knitter and early morning jogger. She loves good chats with friends, and especially conversations that dig deeper about things that matter, like Jesus.

 

Sheryl O'Sullivan lives in a country town in WA’s wheatbelt. She has served God in children’s ministry for 40 years and still loves it, currently working as a primary school chaplain. When she's not speaking or writing you might find her taking photos, harvesting from my herb garden, planning our next travel adventure, or, of course, colouring in.