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"Strength" Coloring Page and Message

What does “Strength” mean to you?

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During my first Facebook LIVE event of 2018 I introduced a new coloring page that I drew to honor those in my community and family who inspire me with their strength in the face of great adversity. As many of you know I suffer from chronic health issues that make even simple, daily tasks a challenge. Many of you have shared similar stories with me and together we have built this wonderful community of support and friendship that I believe helps each of us to face our challenges–knowing that we’re not alone.

So with that said, I have made this coloring page free to download for a limited time. If you happen to be reading this after that time has expired, know that it will always be available as part of my premium membership library.

I have included below two videos: one short message of strength excerpt taken from my live event, and the original live event video.

Download the “Strength” Coloring Page

Strength Inspirational Coloring Page

My “Strength” Video Message

The Original Facebook LIVE Event Video

Let’s color with my new set of highlighters. We will test them with different blending agents and see what other art media we can combine them with to get the most out of these pretty pens. Also, I have a brand new coloring page that is FREE for a limited time and dedicated to so many of my followers who show “strength” in quiet and unexpected ways every single day. As I start this new year, this word “strength” has been on my mind a lot. I wanted to honor all of you who go about your day with strength despite hardship and sorrow. Thank you for inspiring me. I hope you enjoy this coloring page.

Posted by Coloring Bliss on Wednesday, January 3, 2018

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  • JM Thomas February 2, 2018, 10:53 am

    This message came to me today as a perfect gift. Thank you so much for all that you do Jennifer!

    • Jennifer Stay February 2, 2018, 11:03 am

      You’re welcome. 🙂

  • jamie martin February 2, 2018, 11:33 am

    The ability to overcome all obstacles.

    • Jennifer Stay February 2, 2018, 11:58 am

      I like that Jamie. Thank you for sharing.

  • Rebecca Mullins February 2, 2018, 5:30 pm

    Beautiful job Jennifer! Strength is a great word to start off the new year.
    I have no physical strength today; however, I am blessed to have the ability to color your wonderful pictures?
    Thanks !

  • Trix Sorensen February 2, 2018, 7:00 pm

    I suffer from chronic degenerative disc disease and severe osteoarthritis, among other issues. After raising my 9 children, time for coloring and art are my “consolation” prize.
    Thanks for your beautiful coloring pages and your words of encouragement.
    Trix

  • Sharon Aurora February 2, 2018, 10:50 pm

    Thank you, Jennifer. I love your work. Strength means not giving up even when you are weary. My strength comes comes from the Lord. If not for Him, I would have not strength left.

  • Sandy Wedmore February 3, 2018, 12:19 am

    There’s ALWAYS more to it than meets the eye, it just takes the time to have a think outside the box the many meanings behind the word ‘Strength’.
    Sadly there’s still too many of us that don’t, won’t and can’t take out that time.
    I find that the difficult part of living my life with and extremely active brain and a body that simply stops and refuses to keep up!

  • Susan February 3, 2018, 6:07 pm

    Remembering that everyone has their crosses to bear, some just much worse than others. I have osteoporosis so bad that I can’t have much needed bone surgery on both shoulders, chronic pain, chronic osteoarthritis, clinical depression, benign essential tremor, can’t drive anymore, severe ADHD, haven’t been allowed to see my grandchildren in four years. ( Daughter mentally ill.) Do you want more? LOL I’m not nearly as old as I sound. I try to laugh and keep a good attitude and I don’t normally tell anyone all of this stuff. To tell people only makes them feel bad because they can’t do anything to help. The last thing I want is to make someone else miserable. My strength comes from God. I pray and place it on his shoulders for they are much bigger than mine.
    Jennifer, ladies, and gentlemen too, if you are out there, I am most grievous for all of your pain, sorrow and problems and I thank you for sharing them with me and listening to mine. I hope you all have some healing of some kind soon and if that can’t happen that you have the STRENGTH to carry on.
    Thank you for the coloring page Jennifer, as well as your website and giving heart. Purple is my favorite color too! If you know what color and brand those purples are that you used I really would like to know. Don’t go to the trouble of looking them up though. I’m sorry I have written a book instead of the comment you asked for.

  • Tess February 16, 2018, 8:58 am

    Thank you Jennifer for this beautiful page of “Strength”! To me, my strength comes from my Lord and savior, and my faith in knowing that Jesus is with me all the time. Fighting CRPS, Fibromyalgia, Sjögrens Syndrome, several back issues and many other health issues, I try to stay positive and just knowing that Jesus is with me every step of the way gives me the strength I need to get through my days. My motto that keeps me going “Faith, Strength and Courage”. Thank you again Jennifer, Be blessed.

  • Theresa Davidson February 23, 2018, 8:24 am

    My daughter has many chronic illnesses that brings stress to both of us. Coloring is an easy way for me to relieve some of that stress. Thanks for the awesome coloring pages!

  • Patricia Drake April 19, 2018, 6:14 pm

    This has a lot of meaning for me as well. I deal with Fibromyalgia and other issues. Coloring helps me on so many levels. I thank you for these pages because then I know I’m not alone.

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