New Primary handbook allows for flexibility

The message for Primary leaders worldwide is simple: "Let's help children stay on the path back to our Heavenly Father," said Sister Rosemary M. Wixom, Primary general president.

"This goal can be accomplished as we seek to bless children individually and help them understand their place in our Father's plan," she said. "We hope every child in Primary will feel loved."

Sister Wixom and her counselors, Sister Jean A. Stevens and Sister Cheryl A. Esplin, recently met with the Church News to discuss Primary and the Church's new Handbook changes that impact Primary.

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