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“How you cope determines what comes next,” said Scott Braithwaite during his BYU Education Week presentation.

The five-day event features a Tuesday devotional with Elder Renlund, plus classes taught by hundreds of presenters, including the Young Women and Young Men general presidencies.

“It’s an incredible responsibility,” says school’s athletic director.

At BYU Education week, President Steven J. Lund and President Emily Belle Freeman and their counselors shared how to bring youth closer to Christ and let them lead in gathering Israel.

Prophets such as Lehi and Isaiah wrote passages with poetic power, taught Gerrit van Dyk, BYU Church history and doctrine librarian.

“When the Spirit touches us, change happens,” shared Gregory Johnson at BYU Education Week 2023.

“We have the obligation as community members, as fellow travelers on this earth, to look out for one another, to open our eyes, and to extend a hand of gratitude,” said Chris Crippen at BYU Education Week.

“Should people fear AI or shun it?” asked professor Aaron D. Franklin during a BYU Education Week class.

Gaylamarie G. Rosenberg walked the 500-mile Camino de Santiago in Spain. At BYU Education Week, she shared how lessons from the experience — including accepting God’s help, focus and strength — can help overcome self-doubt.

Tension is a natural part of mortal life, Emily de Schweinitz Taylor points out during BYU Education Week. But it doesn’t need to grow into conflict or contention.

Rita R. Wright, interim director of the Utah Valley University Museum of Art, explained the symbolic significance of light in Gothic cathedrals and Latter-day Saint temples.

“There are too many ‘pink’ Saints who don’t think they can be as white as snow,” said BYU religion professor Anthony Sweat.

The Book of Mormon “is a work of art ... that God overshadowed to keep the record accounted for,” said Steve Lundwall at BYU Education Week 2023.

The Apostle delivered the keynote address to a capacity crowd for BYU Education Week on Tuesday.

Starting next year, “Come, Follow Me” will feature one consolidated manual rather than four separate study guides.

BYU Education Week administrator Bruce Payne gives a glimpse into the planning, facilitating and learning involved in producing the program every year

The week includes thousands of participants, hundreds of teachers, a variety of classes and a devotional from an Apostle.

Searching latter-day teachings and scriptures will provide evidence to strengthen faith, taught instructors at BYU Education Week.

Seek to remember God’s eternal plan while recognizing that others are on a journey with their own questions, taught instructors at BYU Education Week.

A BYU Education Week presentation highlighted tools to help with one’s personal history, family history and genealogical records.

What were the most-purchased ice cream flavors and sweets, final attendance numbers, demographic breakdowns and such?

BYU Education Week instructors list the ways to increase happiness.

A multi-day course at BYU Education Week covered “YSA Survival 101: Navigating the Dating World.”

‘Rising generation’ of 14 to 18 year olds — 900 strong in 2022 — are becoming the program’s next generation of attendees.

A BYU Education Week presentation by the Church’s disability specialist highlighted resources for members with disabilities.

Understanding science and the gospel will help build emotional resilience amid challenges such as stress, depression and anxiety, taught instructors at BYU Education Week.

Elder Clark G. Gilbert, Church commissioner of education, spoke at BYU Education Week about why there are so many BYUs.

In a campus devotional, Elder Quentin L. Cook explained how prophetic direction provides immunity and protection.

The Young Men and Primary general presidencies pleaded with parents and leaders to maintain focus on the Savior.

The campus-wide event from Aug. 15-19 has attendees from several U.S. states and countries.