Color Code Bible Give-away


I have so much fun doing book reviews for Tommy Nelson.  This month I had the wonderful opportunity to review Color Code Bible (NKJV) by Tommy Nelson.  What an awesome Bible!!  Color Code Bible is a great tool for kids.  It has resources for their age and to help them easily understand different portions of the Bible.   (I’m also giving away one Bible to one of my readers! Enter below)

Here is a glimpse of the breakdown of colors:


Gold: God

Navy: Sin, evil,

Red: Jesus

Orange: washed clean from sin, new life

Green: growth in your new life as a Christian and Faith Walk

Blue: Prayer, Praise and Thanksgiving

Purple: Heaven

What an awesome way to help children and adult too understand the Bible as they read.   Of course anytime you can help children get a better grasp on the word of God is always beneficial.  Kids can easily see the colored verses and they can understand if it pertains to heaven, or sin, or Jesus speaking.

Here’s another brief summary from Tommy Nelson:

A vibrant 64 pages in the beginning of the Bible will explain the color system as well as offer expanded study help features especially for a child’s creative and imaginative mind!

The large, readable type, bold in-text subject headings, individual Bible book introductions, and color-highlighted verses all make this Bible a fantastic purchase for any child!

Full of bright colors, memorization aids, and the never-ending truth of God’s Good News, the Color Code Bible is an exciting new way to study God’s Word for everybody.


Now comes the fun part!  One of you lucky readers will have a chance to win one for your family!  Just click the link below to enter:  (Be sure to share, tweet, and pin)

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1 Response to Color Code Bible Give-away

  1. Merry says:

    I like that the bible is color coded by subjects. Kids are such visual learners today I think this bible will help hold their attention and lead to a better understand of the Word.


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