Creation Illustrated Magazine review

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I was so excited to get to review this magazine. I remember receiving this magazine as a kid and deciding I wanted to be a photojournalist because of the amazing photography and writing in the magazine. My favorite issue was one featuring the Grand Canyon.

Now, all these years later, I was able to share the treasure with my children! I loved how each article focused on inspiring an awe for our Creator, and my children loved the pictures.

The photography in these magazines is absolutely stunning.

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Though the magazine includes science, the articles are more devotional than scientific, praising our Creator and appreciating what He has created.

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Creation Illustrated  has been published for 19 years, sent out quarterly. It includes three sections: in Nature, in Scripture, and in Living. It also includes garden features, activities, a youth nature photo contest, and Genesis Cuisine recipes.

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Creation Illustrated is produced by a homeschool family and is a publication your whole family will enjoy. The magazines are beautiful and are perfect as a supplement to your curriculum or simply as a coffee-table center-piece.
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Visit the Creation Illustrated website to read more about the family and their mission or get your free copy as a part of a subscription offer. As a family, you’ll love opening each issue and marveling at God’s goodness in creation.

 

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Disclaimer:  As a member of the TOS Crew, I received this product, at no cost to me, in exchange for my honest review.  All opinions are mine.

 

Published by Tracy
Our life is creative chaos, and our homeschool is loud and busy and distracted and challenging and lovely. My name is Tracy, and I homeschool my crew of three kids with ADHD/dyslexia, finding creative ways to use their strengths to teach their weaknesses. As a homeschooled homeschooler, I love customizing curriculum and making adjustments to incorporate fun, hands-on projects for out-of-the-box learners. Stop by growingNgrace.com to find grace for the messes and mistakes, and knowledge to pick up the pieces and make something special. Let’s grow together!