These pictures are the start of a free Gospel coloring book we are publishing here on the website. It is built around the question, “Who is my king?” and was inspired by the excellent Who Will Be King? evangelism booklet for children. Click here to view all the pages.
Mandy Groce is the artist behind this latest coloring page series. If you appreciate her work, you can leave a comment on the bottom of this post to say thanks.
“Girl Version” Directions: Click on the image above to download this resource as a printer friendly PDF file. Alternately, you can download the image as a jpeg image file (525K) if you want to resize or paste it into a Word Document.
“Boy Version” Directions: Click on the image below to download this resource as a printer friendly PDF file. Alternately, you can download the image as a jpeg image file (794K) if you want to resize or paste it into a Word Document.
This picture shows a young girl holding a crown and asking herself, “Who is my King?” Above her head are three bubbles that show some options that might come to mind. One is the world, the other is myself, and a third is friends. This shows some influences that can compete for our allegiance and obedience besides Jesus. This is the first coloring page in the series, the others will show that only Jesus can be our King.
If you enjoy this coloring sheet, be sure to browse all our Sunday School coloring pages. They are free to print for church or home use.
4 thoughts on “Gospel Coloring Pages: Who is my King?”
Thank you for your creative and thoughtful colouring in picture.
I hope that it intrigues young minds and becomes a hook to bring them closer to Christ.
Thank you for these really creative pages. During “Children’s Focus” the kids will enjoy them . They will get the message from the story and then by engagement.
Thank you so much! As a small church we rely on free downloads!!! <
Just came searching to see if this was still available. So glad that it is! I’ve been out of “official” children’s ministry for a few years now, but this, along with the booklet is one of my favorite resources! And it creates a shared language in a classroom type setting too. Rather than “don’t do that!” we can ask the kids, “hey, when you do that who are you honoring as King?” Thanks Mandy and team for this resource!