Inspire offers a new way to engage with, meditate on, and respond to Scripture—leading beginning colorers and experienced illustrators to the Prince of Peace.
The interactive nature of the Inspire Bible’s line-art illustrations for coloring bridges the gap between wide-margin Bibles without art pieces and full-color illustrated Bibles, allowing readers to connect to Scripture through creative expression. Through art-journaling and coloring, people experience God’s Word in a life-giving, hope-filled, healing, and interactive way.
Inspire is a single-column, wide-margin New Living Translation Bible, with over 400 beautiful line-art illustrations for coloring spread throughout the Bible. Full-page and partial-page Scripture art illustrations can be colored in to make each Bible unique, colorful, and personalized. Every page of Scripture has two-inch-wide margins, with either Scripture line-art or lightly ruled space for writing notes and reflections or to draw and create. The generous 8.65-point font ensures optimal readability, and quality cream Bible paper is great for creative art journaling. The Inspire Bible is a powerful tool allowing readers to interact uniquely with God’s Word while creating a beautiful legacy for generations to come!
“This Inspire Bible has revolutionized how I and thousands of others have really begun to interact with Scripture like never before. I take it and my journaling supplies nearly everywhere I go and have been able to share not only how cool and different it is, but have shared Christ with three women who were looking for a Bible they each could read and understand. The coloring aspect put the icing on the cake! God’s Word is alive, and it can change lives, so thank you for giving me a wonderful way to study Scripture and want to delve deeper into it.”
“I really liked the Inspire Bible because I have a seven year old who loves to color and draw, and I feel like this is something that I can share with her and that we can do together and get to know God also at the same time. . . . I think this just opened up my heart and my eyes to see that we can be creative, that God gave us that ability to be creative and we can share that in our Bible.”