Teaching our Children the God of Creation

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As  Christian homeschool parents, one of our goals is to teach our children the truth about creation.

God is the creator of all things.

It’s very difficult to find science material at a library written from a Christian point of view, not to mention, it’s nearly impossible to find biblical information on the internet.

We resorted to and absolutely love nature studies in our home.  Each one of my 6 children have their own nature notebook.  We go outside when the weather permits to discover how mighty our God of Creation truly is.  I believe we can strengthen  our relationship with the Lord by studying his marvelous creations.

Our nature studies got a big boost when we received several editions of Creation Illustrated.   Creation Illustrated is the Christian alternative to National Geographic.  Each Creation Illustrated is divided into 3 sections: Creation Illustrated in Nature, in Scripture, and in Living.  It is designed to assist all ages in worshipping our Creator and getting outdoors to soak in the magnificent lessons our Lord wants us to fathom.  There are so many spiritual lessons to be learned by studying nature.

Creation Illustrated Mission 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.

Creation Illustrated delivers a new issue every quarter.  It’s filled with beautiful illustrations that will capture your entire family’s interest.  It’s filled with recipes, scripture, testimonies and life applications written from an encouraging Christian perspective.  I absolutely love the fact, that the editor/publisher is a Christian homeschool family.  Since they homeschooled themselves, they have included in each issue an Instructional Guide designed to help students integrate and embrace the spiritual lessons that can be taught through God’s Creation.

How it Works for Our Family

We have enjoyed these magazines numerous ways the past weeks.  I have read them aloud to all the children after one of my children chooses an article of interest.  My 8 year old was intrigued with, The Jesus Worm.  The message is this article was spiritually deep and fascinating to us all based on Psalm 22. You must read it!  He loves to look up all the Scripture references in his own Bible.  Then we looked up the Jesus worm known as the Coccus illicis on the internet.  Talk about an amazing study.

We have also all just sat around browsing older issues of Creation Illustrated at leisure as a family, too.  It’s fun to narrate the articles to one another and talk about the spiritual lesson.

We plan on doing plenty of nature notebook pages with this inspiring resource in the future.  Creation Illustrated is a wonderful addition to any Christian household.

Buy It


You can save 5.00 if you place you order by credit card on the Creation Illustrated website.  Also, there is additional savings when you purchase more issues at a time.

  • 1 year (4 issues) – $14.95 instead of $19.95
  • 2 years (8 issues) – $27.95 instead of $37.9
  • 3 years (12 issues) – $38.95 instead of $53.95

Or you can  get your FREE trail issue today.

Also, they are currently offering FREE articles, Downloads, Sample Digital Issues, Devotionals,
and great Product Offers!  Get them here!

Win It

Creation Illustrated wants (3) of Blessed Beyond a Doubt’s readers to enjoy their own  family subscription of Creation Illustrated.  I will be picking a random winner on May 22nd at 12a.  Winner will be contacted via email and must respond within 48 hours.
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  1. Shana Roberson says:

    Would love to win this!

  2. Shara M says:

    I can’t wait to try this magazine out!

  3. We love Christian Science around here.

  4. Randi Alvarado says:

    This looks very interesting!

  5. Kellie W says:

    the pictures from this look amazing

  6. Annette says:

    Would love to win this.

  7. It would be wonderful to have a creation based magazine for my kids!

  8. jeanine says:

    the photography will really engage my visual learning son.

  9. Maureen says:

    Wow…the photography is breath taking. For the rafflecopter question, I linked to the site and love the Speedy Speller.

  10. HillaryM says:

    This is such a beautiful magazine – and the articles are great, too!

  11. I think the question for this on the rafflecoptor got put up for this contest instead of the reading giveaway as it asks what product interests you most. For this magazine, that doesn’t really apply, but I do think this magazine looks awesome, and it’s great that it’s creation-based.

  12. Thanks for the Giveaway, I love these magazines!!!

  13. This magazine looks great

  14. Elisabeth Tyler says:

    I would love to win a subscription. My kids love.the outdoors and studying God’s world

  15. This magazine looks awesome!

  16. I have been wanting to order this!

  17. Jalynn Patterson says:

    All of it looks great!

  18. Melissa Klee says:

    My son loves science and it would be nice for a magazine about nature to be Christian.

  19. What an amazing tool to add to some nature studies!

  20. A creation magazine would be a great addition to our homeschool!

  21. Michelle Pyles says:

    Photography will inspire my daughter!!

  22. candice says:


  23. These magazines look awesome!

  24. The magazines look womderful!

  25. Brandee says:

    Question Cards and ring. Now that sounds good for the whole family!

  26. Becky Rider says:

    This is my first learning of this magazine and it sounds awesome. My children would love the pictures and I would love to read it all.

  27. The article on day 3 of Creation, the creation of the plants looks very interesting! Thank you so much for the opportunity to win!

  28. Julia Reffner says:

    The instructional guide included in each issue.

  29. Cyndi N says:

    The article on the Grand Canyon since we live close to the South Rim 🙂

  30. Tracey M. says:

    An Instructional Guide to help homeschoolers and teachers glean key spiritual and character-building lessons is the article of most interest to me right now.

  31. We have had this magazine before. The pictures are AMAZING!

  32. Kristina Best says:

    A Genesis Cuisine recipe section featuring Spring Greens for homemakers.

    But I would love to read the whole thing.

  33. Estrella says:

    The Wholesome Living guide.

  34. Jennifer says:

    The article on recipes for Spring Greens looks interesting!

  35. Spring greens looks interesting.

  36. Melinda J says:

    The Jesus worm article looks good!

  37. Can’t wait to read a Christian alternative to National Geographic! Looks very interesting!

  38. What a neat magazine! The article on the “Jesus Worm” looks interesting.

  39. barbee decker says:

    I would LOVE to win this for our family!

  40. Becky M says:

    I think the Genesis Cuisine recipes sounds interesting.

  41. I like poetry, so I’d be interested in the Uplifting poetry section. The hiking section looks good too.

  42. Jennifer Lambert says:

    nature and poetry make my heart sing

  43. Kristi Ryder says:

    Planting a Garden of Prayer AND The Jesus Worm

  44. Alice R. says:

    We used to get the magazine, but had to cut back before my youngers got a chance to enjoy. I’d like to read the article on the creation of plants.

  45. Jessica A. says:

    My Walk with God story called “The Great Composer and Conductor”!

  46. Kimberly R says:

    Would love to win this magazine! My three kids are always outside exploring. The article on the “Jesus Worm” does sound interesting!

  47. Jennifer B says:

    This would be wonderful for my kids and myself.

  48. Kelly Schmidt says:

    A Gardens from Eden lesson called “Planting a Garden of Prayer” is the article that really caught my eye!

  49. Sarah E says:

    I think the prayer garden and the Day 3 Story of Creation sounds interesting. What a great giveaway!

  50. Jennifer M. says:

    The wholesome living guide looks interesting.

  51. Melissa P says:

    Wow! The article about hiking the Grand Canyon looks great!

  52. the garden of prayer one

  53. I would love to read all of them. I am always on the lookout for great resources for our kiddos! 🙂

  54. Jennifer at The Entwife's Journal says:

    The article on hiking in the Grand Canyon looks very good. I know my kids would like this magazine alot.

  55. Sarah D says:

    The Creation Stewardship page looks interesting. I’ve been wanting to try this magazine for a while, but lack the funds at this time. Pretty sure my children would enjoy it!

  56. Melissa G says:

    How do I pick one article? I think I would love to read “An Outdoor Adventure story on Hiking the Grand Canyon”. I would love to someday see it!

  57. Anything that has to do with learning with Christ in mind is awesome in my book!

  58. “Planting a Garden of Prayer” sounds interesting.

  59. I am teaching Creation Science at our co-op and would love to use this as resource!

  60. Jenny K says:

    We would love this! The Grand Canyon article looks interesting. I <3 the Grand Canyon and can't wait to take my girls there one day.

  61. The article about the walk with God and the one about the dog sound wonderful. This magazine sounds like it would be great and my family would love it.

  62. Garden Tenders/Kim says:

    I have been toying with getting this for my daughter when her National Geo Jr runs out. Would love the chance to win this!

  63. This is super neat! I haven’t seen this magazine before. Looks soon cool. And such an asset to the homeschooling family! Thanks for the giveaway!

  64. The article on Psalm 22:6 and the Grand Canyon. 🙂

  65. heather e says:

    I woul love to read about making a prayer garden.

  66. Laureen E. says:

    wholesome living guide

  67. If I have to choose just one, I would probably choose “A Gardens from Eden lesson called “Planting a Garden of Prayer.” But I also like their Genesis Cuisine articles….and the one on hiking in the Grand Canyon looks interesting, too! 🙂

  68. Kristen W. says:

    This looks Super! I’d love to have this magazine around my home. The
    “A Genesis Cuisine recipe section featuring Spring Greens for homemakers” article looks interesting too!!

  69. We’d love to read more about the Warbler birds. We have gotten in birding and can’t get enough info!

  70. I just got a free sample of this magazine and WOW!! Love it and would be so blessed to receive a year of it free…However, if I do!n’t win- probably going to get a subscription anyway! Thanks for offering this!

  71. Mindy S says:

    Thank you so much!

  72. Veronica says:

    I’m intrigued by the article “Planting a Garden of Prayer”. Would love to read more about it.

  73. Suzanne says:

    The article about the dog named Sage and blind faith

  74. I would love to use this with my son. He would thoroughly enjoy it. He enjoys the National Geographic Kids almanac, so I’m confident he’d devour this!

  75. What a blessing it would be to win! Evolution bombards kids everywhere and at such an early grade; looks like a great resource!

  76. Tara S. says:

    A children’s story about a dog named Sage and his “Blind Faith” looks interesting.

  77. this looks like a cool magazine! would love to check it out!

  78. We would love to win, the kids would really enjoy them!

  79. wow.. i’d say “the Jesus worm”

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