Each issue also reaches out to younger readers. Of course they can enjoy all the pictures, but there is a children's story written in a slightly larger font, a word search puzzle, and a photography contest for ages 5-15. There is an Instructor's Guide with discussion questions for each article.
Based on the letters from readers, Creation Illustrated has a world-wide audience. I found subscribers from Bolivia, Australia, Switzerland, and South Africa. (Canadians must add $5.00/yr for postage, other foreign countries add $10.00/yr).
free sample issue of the magazine. If you want to enjoy nature but not worship it, if you don't want to have to pre-screen text for "millions of years," then Creation Illustrated may be the subscription for you.
Disclaimer: I received four free issues of Creation Illustrated magazine for the purpose of completing this review. There was no other compensation for my honest opinions.