Challenging Students Can Add to Class Spirituality & Growth

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Our seminary just graduated a young man with severe autism this last year. I had him his senior year which may have been an advantage over the teachers who had him in the younger years, not because of his maturity so much as the maturity of the class. But I know that all of the teachers loved him. He was a wonderful addition to the class, mostly in spirit. He was a physical testimony before us each morning, of the gospel of Christ on so many levels.



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