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Now kids can pray in color, too!
This first-of-its-kind resource will forever change the way kids prayer - and how adults try to teach them to do it.
This is prayer that makes sense to kids. One minute a day will do. Any time of the day will work. Drawing with markers or crayons is h alf the prayer; the other half is carrying the visual memories throughout the day.
Praise for Praying in Color:
"Just as Julia Cameron, in the Artist's Way, showed the hardened Harvard businessman he had a creative artist lurking within, MacBeth makes it astonishingly clear that anyone with a box of colors and some paper can have a conversation with God."—Publishers Weekly, starred reviewSybil MacBeth is a math teacher and a dancer, and she is active in her local church in Memphis, Tennessee. Her first book, Praying in Color, has changed the prayer lives of many thousands of Christian adults, and now she has created the ideal version for kids. Sybil has been leading Praying in Color workshops across the U.S. for the last three years. You can visit her at www.Prayingincolor.com.
Sybil MacBeth is the author of Praying in Color: Drawing a New Path to God (2007) and Praying in Color KidsÕ Edition (2009). Praying in Color uses doodling and coloring as a way to get still and listen to God. Sybil combines her lifelong love of prayer with her experience as a community college mathematics professor to offer workshops and retreats throughout the U.S. and Canada. Her workshops, both prayerful and playful, engage people of varied learning styles. Sybil is married to Andy MacBeth, an Episcopal priest, and is the mother of two adult sons.Praying in Color has been translated into Spanish, Italian and Korean. Her 2014 book The Season of the Nativity: Confessions and Practices of an Advent, Christmas, and Epiphany Extremist (Paraclete Press, Fall 2014) invites people to experience the richness of the holiday season at home. Learn more at SybilÕs website and blog: prayingincolor.com.