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The internet is full of "free" and not so free Bible coloring pages, Bible images for children, and Bible clipart. You can do a google image search for your Bible story with the words "image," or "clipart" or "coloring page" to find many of them.

Our members have posted links to good site before and we're consolidating many of our favorites here. If you want to post your own links, read the caution below.

A few favorites to get you started...

Note: Bible Clipart software CD is no longer available due to the copyright holder (not Sunday Software) taking it out of print.



Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther's Old and New Testament Bible Images
are a treasure trove of FREE printable booklets and free individual images. Available in color and black and white. Drawn in a kid-friendly modern cartoon style. Free to use for non-commercial purposes.






Christian Coloring Pages  --  a great collection of simple black and white Bible images for coloring. Provided a family-run Canadian company.




Free Bible Images.com ... a non-profit repository of many artist's work, including modern and mid-20thC work now in the public domain or donated to the site. Organized by Book and by Characters. Variety of styles, both cartoon, illustrated, clipart, and including scenes from movies. Some cross-cultural images as well. Includes Richard Gunther's free collection.




Free Bible Illustrations-Clipart by Phillip Martin
Lots of good stuff here drawn in an appealing cartoon style. Just be ready to ignore all the ads on the page (which is how these images are free) and sifting through a lot of links.

Please note:

  • We don't support links to groups that only offer a few images as clickbait to sell you more or something else.
  • We don't support links to pages that only offer cheesy OLD FASHIONED images from long-defunct curriculum.
  • We don't support links to curriculum companies offering you "free images" to entice you to buy their products.
  • We also don't support links to overtly "Creationist" websites offering free images.

If you want those kinds of links, you will have to find them yourself

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Here are some of my favorites (I use these sites regularly for student worship guides to go along with the sermon):

Super Coloring has many good coloring pages, organized by Bible stpaintTheWorldory. There are also plenty of coloring pages on other subjects (for example, if you need a bird for a creation lesson).

Paper Gifts for Estefany has indexed/linked Scripture passage coloring sheets from a variety of sources. These are great to give to kids so they can take home the memory verse and color it and share it to help them commit it to memory.

Books of the Bible Coloring Sheet Rotation-org



Books of the Bible: bookshelves that can help your students learn the names of the books of the Bible in order. OT, NT, or the whole Bible.















Stevie Doodles has a page for every Psalm plus some other doodled words and images.

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