PRAYING IN COLOR: DRAWING A NEW PATH TO GOD by SYBIL MACBETH
"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." Praying Read more
Need help communicating with God? Maybe you hunger to know God better. Maybe you love to doodle. Maybe you are a visual or kinesthetic learner, a distractable or impatient soul, or a word-weary pray-er. Perhaps you struggle with a short attention span, a restless body, or a tendency to live in your head. Praying in Color is a guidebook for a new way of approaching prayer, not a coloring book. Praying in Color uses doodling and coloring as a way to get still and listen to God.
Draw your own path to God, doodling your prayer requests, moments of gratitude, Scripture study and more. This prayer form can take as little or as much time as you have or want to commit, from 15 minutes to a weekend retreat. "A new prayer form gives God an invitation and a new door to penetrate the locked cells of our hearts and minds," explains Sybil MacBeth. "For many of us, using only words to pray reduces God by the limits of our finite words."
For more information, including author events, examples and contact information to request Sybil MacBeth to do a workshop, visit www.prayingincolor.com. Use Praying in Color to help with: - lectio divina - memorizing Scripture - prayers for discernment - creating a personal Advent or Lenten calendar Paperback 103 pages
Sybil MacBeth is the author of Praying in Color: Drawing a New Path to God (2007) and Praying in Color Kids' 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. Learn more at Sybil's website and blog: prayingincolor.com.