Scripture Hero Pictures for Primary

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rzsmith
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Scripture Hero Pictures for Primary

Postby rzsmith » Tue Nov 19, 2019 10:29 pm

Hey, need some help! A lot of Us in Primary would like to use 2016 “FRIEND” Scripture Hero pictures, but like them in 8 1/2 x 11 size, I see there is a copyright on them. Can the Church do this for us and make them available on this site. We would like to use them on a bulletin board, changing as we read through the Book of Mormon. Thanks in advance, any help would be appreciated. Not even sure if this will get to the right place.

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Re: Scripture Hero Pictures for Primary

Postby Mikerowaved » Wed Nov 20, 2019 12:36 am

[Moderator note: This was split from its previous topic and moved to an appropriate forum.]

Welcome to the forum! This is a user-to-user help forum, so we don't have much control over church publications. However, most of the time the copyright on art like this will allow duplication for church use. A Google search found quite a few of them, so you just need someone with a color printer and you're all set!
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Re: Scripture Hero Pictures for Primary

Postby ksgentry » Thu Jan 02, 2020 11:10 am

Heads-up. Hero Pages now available via The Church's Gospel Media page, under 'Friend Resources': https://www.churchofjesuschrist.org/media-library/ebooks?lang=eng#Friend%20Resources

Natively, these are 8.27" by 10.75". This is a snug fit for letter-size for most, if not all, printers.

Use wise, via the Media Use FAQ Page: "Most images on Gospel Media are available for download. They may be used for noncommercial, personal, and Church-related purposes unless otherwise indicated. We do ask that you be respectful in how you use them."


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