Updated talking book program benefits church members with disabilities

by | Aug. 30, 2012

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For Elder Scott Stanger and his wife, Janis, bringing the light of the gospel to those who cannot see is all in a day’s work.

The Stangers are Church-service missionaries who train members with vision loss or blindness to use the Talking Book Program. This program—which has been around since 1958—provides Church materials in audio formats to Church members who are unable to read because of disabilities like blindness or low vision.

And recent updates to the program have further enhanced the availability and convenience of these materials.

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