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Women’s Conference

One of the largest gatherings of Latter-day Saint women in the world kicked off May 3 and went through May 5.

Choosing to be a disciple of Christ can help singles find peace and joy now and make an impact in their congregations, taught presenters at BYU Women’s Conference.

In the war of words today, the most important words are those from prophets, seers and revelators, taught Sheri L. Dew at BYU Women’s Conference

Alignment with Christ “is at the very heart of how we keep our baptismal and sacramental covenants,” shared Relief Society General President Camille N. Johnson.

Young Men general presidency shows how youth are drawn to the Savior through principles and activities

Women face a near constant barrage of filtered “perfection” and counterfeit messages about their bodies. The great principle of happiness consists in having a body, taught President Bonnie H. Cordon at BYU Women’s Conference.

This year’s BYU Women’s Conference theme comes from the Doctrine and Covenants to “be of good cheer, and do not fear.”

Multiple BYU Women’s Conference service projects helped others in need.

During BYU Women’s Conference, Sister Michelle D. Craig and Sister Rebecca L. Craven presented on dealing with feelings of inadequacy.

President Porter and Sister Browning spoke of finding balance through Jesus Christ at BYU Women’s Conference.

President Johnson, Sister Dennis and Sister Yee opened BYU Women’s Conference with a message of relief found through Jesus Christ.

From registration to presenters to service projects, find information about the May 3-5 event.

The Relief Society general presidency, Sheri Dew and Irene Caso will be keynote speakers for the May event.