I am quite pleased to be able to share Creation Illustrated with you today! I was so impressed with this publication and its creators. To give you an example of why, here is their purpose statement:
Our purpose is 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 rigors of life so that all can look to the future with unbridled gratitude and hope.
Each edition of Creation Illustrated is divided into 3 sections–Creation Illustrated in Nature, Scripture, and Living. The sections are filled with stunning pictures, inspiring prose, engaging lessons, and even recipes! The part that I am particularly excited about is the Instructional Guide that is featured in the back of each edition.
This guide is included to help homeschoolers dive deeper into each story and pull out even more amazing facts and spiritual lessons from the majesty of God’s creation.
Readers have called Creation Illustrated “the Christian answer to National Geographic because of the stunning color photography, outdoor adventures, and animal features…” I can honestly see and understand why people have made that statement.
When we first received our copies of Creation Illustrated we each took one and looked through it. The room was quiet for a few moments, but then we all began saying things like, “Oh wow, come look at this!” or “This is amazing!” and “Listen to this!” Now, the copies sit on our coffee table, and are frequently picked up and read or looked at again.
Creation Illustrated is published quarterly by a homeschool family, and you can receive it for 1 year at $19.95, 2 years at $37.95, or 3 years at $53.95. And, right now, if you order Creation Illustrated, you can get a free issue as part of the deal!
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(The Legal Stuff: I received 4 issues of Creation Illustrated, at no cost, for the purpose of an honest review.)