WaterBrook Multnomah to Publish Faith-Centric Coloring Book
COLORADO SPRINGS, CO (September 23, 2015)—WaterBrook Multnomah announced today the release of a new beautifully illustrated, faith-centric adult coloring book, Whatever Is Lovely: A Coloring Book for Reflection and Worship (WaterBrook Press 12/15/2015).
The growing trend in coloring books designed for adults has been covered by the New York Times and NPR, providing adults a creative way to detach from a screen-heavy world. From moms coloring alongside children to college students seeking a break from studying to working women winding down after hours, coloring gives women in diverse walks of life an outlet to express their creativity.
Whatever Is Lovely builds on this popular hobby by engaging women not only artistically, but spiritually.
“Quieting our minds, spending time meditating on the words of the Lord, and entering into a time of quiet reflection and worship is more difficult than ever,” said Kendall Davis, assistant editor at WaterBrook Multnomah and member of the development team behind Whatever Is Lovely. “We want to spend time with God, we want to be quiet and hear what He has to say, but distractions are literally everywhere. Our minds have been trained to move from topic to topic quickly, and focusing and thinking deeply on one thing can be tough—despite our desires and best efforts.”
Each of the illustrations in Whatever Is Lovely contains a quote from Scripture, a popular hymn, or noted authors and speakers, including Lysa TerKeurst, Liz Curtis Higgs and Corrie ten Boom. By focusing on Scripture and words of spiritual encouragement, coloring Whatever Is Lovely offers women a fresh way to slow down and spend time with God.
For more information, visit WaterBrookMultnomah.com
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For more information on this release, please contact Jessica Lamb at the WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Publicity Office at 719-268-1915 or firstname.lastname@example.org