04 March 2016

Live Free: Craft God's Word in Your Heart Through Creative Expression by Margaret Feinberg

Create and relax while meditating on the freedom God brings.

Coloring is more than just child's play-it's a creatively fulfilling way to slow yourself down in order to refresh your mind and soul. And in Live Free, it can also help you connect with the loving God who unburdens you to be all you were meant to be. Highlighting verses from the Bible that focus on the freedom that comes with knowing who you are in Christ, this beautiful book presents an uplifting message in a fun and creative format. Drink deeply from Scripture as you color the intricate artwork and meditate on the freedom God wants you to experience in your life. Space is included for reflections, prayers, or even doodles.

Creativity and freedom go hand in hand, and as you experience Christ's freedom you'll be inspired to create like never before. And when you do, you can even share your art with others by posting photos on social media or by cutting out the pages to save for yourself. Gather your crayons, markers, or any other favorite coloring supplies and start creating!

I’m really enjoying the current trend of adult coloring books. All the intricate designs give me a perfect outlet for occupying hours of relaxation and creativity. But I especially love when coloring books combining this creativity with the deep need to dwell on spiritual. Margaret Feinberg’s Live Free: Craft God’s Word in Your Heart Through Creative Expression is a wonderful example of one such coloring book - focusing on the freedom Christ provides. Each page of her book has a beautiful black-lined designs including specifically chosen Bible verses and space for journaling and reflecting. It’s a great resource for creative-minded Christians, and I have loved the time I have spent with it so far. I highly recommend it.

Thanks to Bethany House, I received a copy of Live Free and the opportunity to provide an honest review. I was not required to write a positive review, and all the opinions I have expressed are my own.

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