Can you believe it’s only five more days until Christmas?
I know this post is late, but we’ve been on the road all day, driving home from Gatlinburg, Tennessee. We had a wonderful time there, which I’ll tell you more about later. But for now I wanted to publish another Christ-centered Christmas resource: The Word Became Flesh coloring page:
John 1:14 is one of my favorite Christmas verses. “The Word became flesh and dwelt among us”–just as this coloring page reminds us. What great news is that?
This printable was adapted from my Joy to the World Journal.
Here’s what my “The Word Became Flesh” coloring page looked like, once I finished coloring it in.
This journal underscores the real reason Christians celebrate this season. The pages are packed with Scripture verses to ponder, beautiful vintage artwork to color, simple word studies to complete, Christmas carols to sing, and plenty of blank space for recalling memories, making lists, jotting down gift ideas, recording prayers, and tracking your progress as you purposefully center your thoughts on Christ this Christmas.
Hope you’ve had a blessed Sunday. It’s a great day to decompress and meditate on the true meaning of Christmas! And, in case you’ve missed our earlier Christ-centered Christmas coloring pages, here’s an up-to-date listing:
- Isaiah 7:14 – Behold, a Virgin Shall Conceive
- James 1:17 – The Best Gift You’ll Ever Get
- Luke 2:10 – I Bring You Glad Tidings
- Isaiah 9:6 – Names of Christ
- Luke 2 – Memorize Luke’s gospel account of Christ’s Birth
- Craft Project – Color-Your-Own Nativity Set