Creation Illustrated

 

Our Purposeis to share the wonders of God’s creation. By revealing fresh insights of His infinite wisdom, gentle touch, undeniable justice, redeeming love, and flawless design, pure truth shall bring renewed peace. Each part of this publication is offered as a reprieve from the daily rigor’s of life so that all can look to the future with unbridled gratitude and hope.

Creation Illustrated Logo

So state the editors of Creation Illustrated magazine in every issue.  For almost twenty years, they have used articles, short stories, photo contests and puzzles for kids, even a recipe or three to share some of God’s wonders with readers.  In order to bring a balance of  physical, spiritual and mental enrichment, each issue is divided into three parts: nature, Scripture, and living. Befitting its title, throughout the magazine are dozens of photographs—from macro close ups of flowers and insects to panoramic landscapes. 

Creation Illustrated Samples

Creation Illustrated is published quarterly in the United States with a cover price of $4.99.  You can subscribe online for the following lengths/rate:

  • 1 year    $ 19.95
  • 2 Years  $ 37.95
  • 3 Years  $ 53.95

Those who pay now with a credit card will save another $5.00 per year per subscription.  Canadian Residents will need to add $5.00 for postage, those living in other foreign countries will need to add $10.00.

Creation Illustrated Two Page Spread on Prayer Gardening

Select members of the TOS Homeschool Crew received four of the most recent issues of the magazine to review and share with their families.  You can also request your own sample issue of Creation Illustrated before committing to a subscription.


Summer 2011 CoverFall 2011 Cover
Winter 2012 CoverSpring 2012 Cover

 

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A big thank you to Beth of Ozark Ramblings for writing this introductory post.

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  1. […] I didn’t use the magazines we were given, summer and fall 2011, winter and spring 2012 in our school time as I preferred to let the children enjoy them on their own – my son was particularly enthralled with the beautiful photography while all three loved the children’s story.  I will be using these again and again as we study the Lord’s creation in our school time as a supplement to learn more about animals and the plants around us.  If you’d like to see what other homeschool parents thought check out the Schoolhouse Review Crew blog. […]

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