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The Heavens and the Earth

The Heavens and the Earth

Bring the words of the Bible to life by colouring in a beautiful range of illustrations inspired by favourite verses from the NIV – the world’s most popular and trusted translation of the Bible – all of which are ideal for prayer and meditation.

This is a unique and beautiful adult colouring book that combines the Bible’s life-giving words with vivid and charming pictures by illustrator and artist Stu McLellan.

This is the perfect way for you to engage mindfully, meditatively and prayerfully with your favourite Bible verses.
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Reviews

A collection of drawings that are ripe for those colouring pens.. It is the perfect way to engage meditatively with scripture.
The Church Newspaper
What he provides are ink sketches with lots of white space, which will enable colourists to work as they please. This is not painting by numbers by any means, it calls for selection and attention to the image at hand.
The Irish Catholic
Stu McLellan's colouring book has a variety of landscapes, portraitures, close detail and broad strokes. It's been a revelation in those moments when I have found time to sit, reflect and listen.
Christianity Magazine
Artist and illustrator Stu Mclellan has found inspiration where the Bible meets everyday life.
The Methodist Recorder
Stu McLellan's illustrations are spectacular...his mark making is alive with movement... I would have no hesitation in recommending this book and the experience it encourages.
Presbyterian Herald
Feature on colouring as an activity for adults 'Our favourites are 'The Heavens and the Earth by Stu McLellan and Patterns in the Psalms by James Newman Gray.'
Idea Magazine
Meditating on scripture can take many different forms. One wonderful way of doing it is through colouring: the patient task of bringing the page to life through colour can embed the text deep in our hearts, bringing us into the presence of God in a new and profound way.
Paula Gooder, Theologian in Residence, Bible Society