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New resources are available to teach the gospel of Jesus Christ to children of all abilities. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has launched a new Gospel Language Symbols library, which contains simple images for more than 150 gospel terms.

“We are thrilled when we consider how these gospel language symbols can help children who are nonspeaking to better understand the gospel,” said Sister Amy A. Wright, First Counselor in the Primary General Presidency.

“We hope the Primary teacher serving children that are nonverbal, and loving parents as well, will consider how they can use these symbols to better reinforce learning about God’s plan and His doctrine,” said Sister Wright.

The library was originally designed for individuals who use images to communicate; however, those with varying abilities can also use the image library to learn key concepts and vocabulary of the gospel of Jesus Christ in concrete ways.

The new tools will help individuals and families communicate clearly about the gospel no matter their reading level, their native language, or the nature of their work.

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