The Church has just published a new collection of pictures in a spiral-bound Gospel Art Book. Church leaders, teachers, and members can use these pictures in Church classes and in the home to help people learn and teach the gospel. The book also includes scripture references that correspond to each picture.
This book contains 137 pictures that can be used in the home or at church to enrich gospel teaching and learning. The pictures are organized into six sections: (1) Old Testament, (2) New Testament, (3) Book of Mormon, (4) Church History, (5) Gospel in Action, and (6) Latter-day Prophets.
The book includes an index that lists the pictures and gives references to scriptures and other sources. The book includes the index in each of the following languages: Chinese, English, French, German, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, and Spanish. For other languages, the index is available separately and may be ordered in addition to the book.
You can buy a single copy for $3.50 or a box of 20 (to share with your friends) for ony $1.50 each. This book replaces the current Gospel Art Picture Kit of separate pictures in a blue plastic box (which sold for $30.00).
Note: The images from the old Gospel Art Kit (in the blue plastic box) is available online and can be downloaded here. There is also a link on that page that with a single click you can download a zip file of all the pictures, along with the stories on the back.
You can obtain this new book in the following ways:
- Purchase a copy in person at a Church distribution center.
- Order a copy at store.lds.org (item number 06048 090).
- View or download a copy online at gospelart.lds.org.
The new Gospel Art Book replaces the Gospel Art Picture Kit (160 pictures in a plastic box).
At gospelart.lds.org, you can also view a promotional video about the book in English, Spanish, and Portuguese. Please let your friends know about this great new resource. Feel free to share the video by sending your friends links to gospelart.lds.org. You can also embed the video on your blog or Web site using the embed code found on YouTube (English, Spanish, and Portuguese). You can also watch this video below in these three languages.