The Reformation – Coloring Workbook

Our first Coloring Workbook.  A full 54 pages of coloring fun and activities!

Did you know that many Protestants celebrate Reformation Day on October 31 every year?  Do you know why?  It’s because on October 31, 1517, a Catholic priest, named Martin Luther, nailed his Ninety-Five Theses (propositions for debate) to the door of the Castle Church in the town of Wittenberg, Germany.  This document challenged some of the practices of the Catholic church, particularly the practice of selling indulgences and the authority of the Pope.  Because the printing press had just been invented, Luther’s Ninety-Five Theses quickly spread throughout Germany and the whole of Europe.  And the Reformation was on!

In celebration of The Reformation, Coloring Workbooks’ Bible Memory, The Reformation, is being offered at a discounted price.  Come take a look at some of the Scripture that fueled the ideas upon which The Reformation was based.

Sola Gratia!
Sola Fide!
Sola Scriptura!
Solus Christus!
Soli Deo Gloria!

Don’t worry, we translate it all into English for you!