Welcome to The Great Controversy Coloring Book Website
Color. Read. Listen. Memorize. Grow.
God Loves You
Learn that He wants to be your best friend
Change Your Life
Know that Jesus came to the earth to set you free!
The End of the Story
Learn how you can live in peace for eternity

About the Coloring Book


This book has beautiful illustrations from a large variety of topics.  There is something for almost everyone to color.  You can look forward to more sharing volumes as well as the complete version which will have over 150 pages!  While you may or may not color every page, we still encourage you to read the whole book so that you will learn, be inspired, and encouraged by the hundreds of paraphrased passages from The Great Controversy by Ellen While.   Because some of the themes in this coloring book are for more mature minds, we ask parents to supervise and discuss the themes of this book with their younger children.  

Scope of the Book



Learn how sin entered the world and its devastating consequences on the people of the world over the last 6000 years. Study about historical figures and how they fought and sacrificed to keep the Holy Bible from being completely extinguished.


Your eyes will be opened to Satan's deceptions in the world today. See how current events are fulfilling Bible prophecy right in front of our eyes.


Discover the main characters and the true plot in the story of the human race. Finally, learn how the human story ends and how God's matchless love for every one of us triumphs over all!

Exclusive Features


People of all ages find coloring to be a relaxing hobby.  You can take your hobby to the next level by trying our Listen and Color feature of the website.  Listening to the corresponding dramatized audio chapters while you color will make difficult historical, current, and future events more interesting and easier to understand.  We also recommend our Memorize and Color section where you can memorize whole chapters of the Bible while you color.  

Martin Luther Discovers the Bible

Martin Luther's Childhood


Shepherds Hear about Jesus

Jesus the Son of God Becomes a Human

What Are Mandalas?


Mandalas are intricate, detailed, patterns that many people have been coloring in recent years.  If they seem hypnotic or make you feel dizzy, that’s because their purpose is to empty your mind.

Instead of emptying your mind, try coloring The Great Controversy Coloring Book and meditate on thoughts about God’s love for mankind.

Learn about the background of mandalas from the links below:

Mandala is the Sanskrit word for “circle.” The term mandala was introduced into the Buddhist and Hindu religions as an aid to meditation. A mandala is a vaguely circular shape with repeating patterns. Some mandalas include a square with four “gates” within the circle. Each gate has a center point in the form of a T.
The sand mandala is a traditional Buddhist design constructed out of colored sand. Monks will painstakingly create intricate patterns then destroy them, an act that may be difficult for non-Buddhists to understand. The entire process takes a long time but has powerful meaning for followers of Buddhist traditions.
Historically, mandalas originated as a Hindu and Buddhist image symbolizing the universe as a whole. A Sanskrit word meaning circle, the mandala’s symmetrical appearance with often a circle at the very center is thought to draw one’s attention to that center to aid in one’s ability to focus and meditate.
Today, a lot of research has been conducted on the benefits of coloring for adults. Doctors are now convinced that engaging in fine motor movements of the hands has numerous stress reduction benefits. The reason behind the enhanced therapeutic effects of coloring mandalas is the use of fine repetitive movements that give one the ability

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