Children's Devotional/Coloring Book: Coloring God's Love for Me

About the Book

Title: Coloring God’s Love for Me: 100 Devotions to Inspire Young Hearts 

Author: Janae Dueck 

Genre: Children’s Devotional/Coloring Book 

Publisher: Thomas Nelson 

Release Date: June 14, 2022

Click here to purchase a copy of this book. 

Publisher's Book Description

“Hold on to the Bible's promises of God's love, care, and protection with this coloring book devotional for kids. Each devotion includes Scripture, a reflection on the verse using kid-friendly examples, and a coloring page that illustrates the promise. 

This activity book for kids ages 6 to 9 features 

  • 100 promises based on God's Word that encourage children to trust the Lord no matter what--through exciting adventures, new experiences, anxieties, challenges, and sad times 

  • devotions that guide children toward a better understanding of who God is and His loving plans for them 

  • illustrations to color on every page that represent the biblical truths in fun, creative ways 

Enjoy hours of coloring God's promises with 

  • sturdy paper perfect for markers, gel pens, crayons, or colored pencils 

  • short readings great for family and homeschool devotions, kids' quiet times, or Sunday School lessons 

  • notebook-sized pages that fit just right in a backpack or car seat pocket 

Kids will love personalizing this keepsake devotional as they color their way through each promise and reflect on God's goodness. Coloring God's Love for Me is a hands-on devotional for kids that makes an encouraging gift for summer vacation, birthdays, Christmas, and Easter.”

My Review

Coloring God’s Love for Me: 100 Devotions to Inspire Young Hearts, by Janae Dueck, is a genuinely special book! Thoughtfully designed and truly beautiful, this book encourages children to color, draw, journal, and pray as they learn more about God. It is filled with encouraging and meaningful devotions and coloring pages perfect for children. Featuring plenty of creative activities, this book is certainly a valuable tool for nurturing spiritual growth through art therapy, contemplation, prayer, and appreciation for the goodness of God’s love. 

The cover of this book is colorful and inviting, and the book is the perfect size to engage and interest children. With inspiring thoughts, Bible verses, and valuable questions, this book provides ample opportunity and motivation for genuine fun and learning. This book is a wonderful source for pursuing the joy and calm that can often be found while spending time in artistic endeavors. 

Helpful, artful, and worthwhile, Coloring God’s Love for Me is as useful as it is edifying. Grounded in a love for God, it is a practical and uplifting resource. A stunning addition to any child’s book collection, it would also make a great gift for any occasion. I recommend it enthusiastically. 

*I was given a copy of this book from the publisher and JustRead Publicity Tours. A review was not required. The review I have written is voluntary and contains opinions that are entirely my own.


About the Author: Janae Dueck

“Janae is a children’s illustrator and author residing in San Jose, California. She has an undergraduate degree in Child and Adolescent Development from San Jose State University, and was first self-published in 2015. She is the author and illustrator to To My Falling Leaves: The Story of Autumn (CreateSpace, 2015), and is the illustrator to the recent Fifi the Birthday Grump by Nicole Marie (IngramSpark, 2018). Janae is working on a masters in Marriage and Family Therapy in Art Therapy at Notre Dame De Namur, Belmont CA. She feels that her writing and artistic endeavors stem from an inspiration of her own art therapy and hopes to find new and innovative ways to bring her discoveries, especially on the topics of anxiety, to children’s literature.” --Biography from Janae Dueck’s author page on

Click here to visit Janae Dueck's website.


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