The Kingdom of God Bible Storybook

Discover the story of God's kingdom from Genesis-Revelation

The Kingdom of God Bible Storybook is perfect for children ages 4-12 with hundreds of vivid illustrations and engaging text.

Take your family on a journey to discover the story of God's kingdom from Genesis-Revelation in this beautiful set of books!What makes The Kingdom of God Bible Storybook different?

The Kingdom of God Bible Storybook series

Coloring Books



Frequently Asked Questions

Is The Kingdom of God audiobook a Read Along version?

Due to the length of the Old Testament and New Testament audiobooks, these are not Read Along versions.

The audiobooks are broken up into chapters for easy listening.

What ages is this book recommended for?

Short answer: Our target age is 4-12.

Long answer: Our goal is always to write books that can appeal to young and old. The hundreds of vivid illustrations help younger children stay engaged, while the depth and clarity can benefit older children... and hopefully many parents!

Do you emphasize a specific theological view?

We didn't intentionally insert a theological view, and hope this book will serve people from different viewpoints. Our goal was to let the Bible speak for itself and to be faithful to the author's intent.

Our statement of faith aligns with that of The Gospel Coalition, which can be found here.

Does this book have pictures of Jesus or God?

Yes, there are illustrations of Jesus and depictions of God in The Kingdom of God Bible Storybook. 

Old Testament:

  • The Holy Spirit in the form of a "dove" (p11)
  • God portrayed as a shining light (cover, p32, 33, 45, 54, 96, 156, 165, 171, 246, 273)
  • The feet of a promised Savior crushing serpent (p38)
  • God appearing as a fire pot and flaming torch to Abram (p85)
  • The back of the head of a promised King from Judah (p120, 267)
  • God in the form of a burning bush (p129, 132)
  • God as a pillar of fire (p141)
  • A prophesied king from Israel (p202, 308, 402
  • The angel of the Lord (p223, 318, 348, 373)
  • God portrayed as shining light while sitting on his throne (p301, 328, 364)
  • A prophesied suffering servant, whose body and face are very opaque (p310)
  • A illuminated finger writing on Belshazzar's wall (p354)
  • Side of face and back view of promised Savior (p364)
  • Last page has the cover of the New Testament which has an illustration of Jesus (p407)

New Testament:

  • Jesus's face and body (cover, p33, 37, 38, 40, 42, 44, 48, 50, 51, 52, 55, 56, 59, 62, 63, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 71, 74, 77, 78, 80, 82, 85, 88, 90, 92, 95, 97, 101, 102, 104, 105, 107, 112, 117, 118, 121, 127, 169, 173, 177, 178, 181, 188, 197)
  • Baby Jesus (p7,8, 18, 28, 31)
  • Jesus' feet (p8)
  • Silhouette of Jesus (p9, 57, 108)
  • Outline of Jesus (47, 61, 87, 111, 171)
  • Holy Spirit in the form of a dove (p37)
  • God portrayed as shining light, sometimes on a throne (p109, 151, 157, 164, 178, 185, 196, 200)
  • Holy Spirit in the form of tongues of fire (p124,125)
  • God's hand holding out a scroll (p176)

For more information about our convictions on this, read here.