2014 Education Week
Campus Education Week, August 18-22, 2014, Seek learning, even by study and also by faith D&C 88:118

“The mere stuffing of the mind with a knowledge of facts is not education. The mind must not only possess a knowledge of the truth, but the soul must revere it, cherish it, love it as a priceless gem; and this human life must be guided and shaped by it in order to fulfill its destiny.”

— Joseph F. Smith

Class Schedule

Update: Our class schedule booklet will be mailed beginning the second week of July to current registrants, participants who attended Education Week during the past three years, and others who have requested to be on our mailing list. If you would like to add someone to the mailing list, please click here or call 801-422-6261.

The class schedule booklet contains the following:

  • Program information
  • Topical listing of classes
  • At-a-glance and hourly class listings
  • Evening performance information and pricing
  • Parking and dining options
  • Faculty biographies
  • Campus map

The Campus Education Week class schedule booklet is now available online (see below). The booklet mailing will begin approximately July 10.

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A text version of the classes is also listed below (navigate by clicking on the following links):

Monday Classes

Tuesday–Friday Classes




Monday Classes
8:30–9:25 a.m.

Tyler J. Griffin
Finding Old Testament Miracles in Our Lives Today
377 Clyde Building (CB)—Monday, 8:30–9:25 a.m.

Scott C. Marsh
America's Financial Future—Empowering Personal Resourcefulness
Assembly Hall, Hinckley Center (HC)—Monday, 8:30–9:25 a.m.

David J. Larsen
The Best of BYU Studies—Enoch and the City of Zion: An Entire Community Ascends to Heaven
Madsen, Harris Fine Arts Center (HFAC)—Monday, 8:30–9:25 a.m.

Patrick D. Degn
Miracles of Water and the Process of Conversion in the Gospel of John
Pardoe, Harris Fine Arts Center (HFAC)—Monday, 8:30–10:45 a.m.

Karen P. Bastow
Square Foot Gardening—Getting Started with the Basics: Planning, Boxes, Aisles, Soil, and Grids
1102 Jesse Knight Building (JKB)—Monday, 8:30–9:25 a.m.

Claire V. Brisson-Banks
Unleashing the Power of FamilySearch.org
3108 Jesse Knight Building (JKB)—Monday, 8:30–9:25 p.m.

Richard G. Moore
Life after Death in the World of Spirits—What Is the Spirit World?
Auditorium, Joseph Smith Building (JSB)—Monday, 8:30–9:25 a.m.

Darrell J. Robinson
The Perfect Teacher: Following the Example of the Savior
206 Martin Building (MARB)—Monday, 8:30–9:25 a.m.

Kenneth L. Alford
Understanding the Joseph Smith Translation of the Bible
207 Martin Building (MARB)—Monday, 8:30–9:25 a.m.

Hoyt W. Brewster Jr.
Joseph Fielding Smith: Reflections and Insights of a Grandson
222 Martin Building (MARB)—Monday, 8:30–9:25 a.m.

W. Benjamin Hill
Addiction and Recovery, the Dialectical Perspective: Why Understanding Ether 12:27 Could Change Lives
151 Tanner Building (TNRB)—Monday, 8:30–9:25 a.m.

Ronald E. Bartholomew
Lessons from the Doctrine and Covenants: The Tragic Loss of Jackson Country Missouri
3220–3224 Wilkinson Student Center (WSC)—Monday, 8:30–9:25 a.m.

Marie C. Ricks
Home Organization, the Better Way to Live—Chaotic to Controlled, Flustered to Focused
3280–3290 Wilkinson Student Center (WSC)—Monday, 8:30–9:25 a.m.

S. Michael Wilcox
Like unto Us—Isaiah's Perception and Insight on Modern Society
Ballroom, Wilkinson Student Center (WSC)—Monday, 8:30–9:25 a.m.

Celeste Elain Witt
Speaking More Effectively in Sacrament Meeting: Develop Your Message
Varsity, Wilkinson Student Center (WSC)—Monday, 8:30–9:25 a.m.

Hank Smith
Being Happy in an Unhappy World (Youth)
East Floor, Smith Fieldhouse (SFH)—Monday, 8:30–9:25 a.m.

Monday Classes
9:50–10:45 a.m.

Tyler J. Griffin
The Miracles of Jesus during the First Two Years of His Ministry
377 Clyde Building (CB)—Monday, 9:50–10:45 a.m.

Scott C. Marsh
Accelerating Financial Prosperity—Innovative Information Sources and Compelling "Open-Source" Opportunities
Assembly Hall, Hinckley Center (HC)—Monday, 9:50–10:45 a.m.

Kristian S. Heal
The Best of BYU Studies: Joseph as a Type of Christ in Syriac Literature
Madsen, Harris Fine Arts Center (HFAC)—Monday, 9:50–10:45 a.m.

Karen P. Bastow
Square Foot Gardening—Care, Selecting Crops, Planting, Watering, and Harvesting
1102 Jesse Knight Building (JKB)—Monday, 9:50–10:45 a.m.

Dawn Thurston
How to Turn Your Genealogy Data into a Fascinating Family History: Turning Pedigree Chart Data into a Story
3108 Jesse Knight Building (JKB)—Monday, 9:50–10:45 p.m.

Richard G. Moore
Life after Death in the World of Spirits—What Is the Purpose of the Spirit World?
Auditorium, Joseph Smith Building (JSB)—Monday, 9:50–10:45 a.m.

Darrell J. Robinson
Teaching in the Savior's Way by Applying the Doctrines and Principles and Extending an Invitation to Act
206 Martin Building (MARB)—Monday, 9:50–10:45 a.m.

Kenneth L. Alford
Latter-day Saint Chaplains in the First World War
207 Martin Building (MARB)—Monday, 9:50–10:45 a.m.

Leslie Probert
Food Storage: Plan It Smart—Where Do I Begin?
222 Martin Building (MARB)—Monday, 9:50–10:45 p.m.

Scott C. Steffensen
The Biological Basis of Addiction
151 Tanner Building (TNRB)—Monday, 9:50–10:45 a.m.

Ronald E. Bartholomew
Lessons from the Doctrine and Covenants: Paying Attention to Personal Warnings and the Consequences for Not Doing So
3220–3224 Wilkinson Student Center (WSC)—Monday, 9:50–10:45 a.m.

Marie C. Ricks
Home Organization, the Better Way to Live—Haphazard to Habitual, Madness to Method
3280–3290 Wilkinson Student Center (WSC)—Monday, 9:50–10:45 a.m.

S. Michael Wilcox
The Most Gentle of Gods—Isaiah's Vision of the Savior
Ballroom, Wilkinson Student Center (WSC)—Monday, 9:50–10:45 a.m.

Celeste Elain Witt
Speaking More Effectively in Sacrament Meeting: Organize Your Message
Varsity, Wilkinson Student Center (WSC)—Monday, 9:50–10:45 a.m.

Hank Smith
The Lord Knows Who I Am--Nurturing your Relationship with God (Youth)
East Floor, Smith Fieldhouse (SFH)—Monday, 9:50–10:45 a.m.

Monday Classes
11:10 a.m.–12:05 p.m.

Tyler J. Griffin
The Miracles of Jesus during the Final Year of His Ministry
377 Clyde Building (CB)—Monday, 11:10 a.m.–12:05 p.m.

Scott C. Marsh
So Your Money Has a Death Wish—Bad Advice that Some Financial Advisors Give and Seven Ways to Avoid Bad Advice
Assembly Hall, Hinckley Center (HC)—Monday, 11:10 a.m.–12:05 p.m.

David A. LeFevre
Isaiah's Messages for Our Day: Sin and Punishment (Isaiah 1-23)
Madsen, Harris Fine Arts Center (HFAC)—Monday, 11:10 a.m.–12:05 p.m.

Jay A. Parry
God's Hand in the Founding of America
Pardoe, Harris Fine Arts Center (HFAC)—Monday, 11:10 a.m.–12:05 p.m.

Karen P. Bastow
Square Foot Gardening—Extending the Growing Period; Growing Up, Not Out; Protection; Perennial Crops
1102 Jesse Knight Building (JKB)—Monday, 11:10 a.m.–12:05 p.m.

Dawn Thurston
How to Turn Your Genealogy Data into a Fascinating Family History: Bringing People, Places, and Events to Life
3108 Jesse Knight Building (JKB)—Monday, 11:10 a.m.–12:05 p.m.

Cindy F. Kern
The Causes and Consequences of Losing Our Historical Memory—The Importance of Understanding Our Heritage of Freedom
Auditorium, Joseph Smith Building (JSB)—Monday, 11:10 a.m.–12:05 p.m.

Darrell J. Robinson
The Role of a Teacher: Teach and Serve
206 Martin Building (MARB)—Monday, 11:10 a.m.–12:05 p.m.

Sally F. Olsen
Encouragement for Mothers: Rejoice! Don't Despair—Ten Ways to Fill Your Home with the Spirit of the Lord!
207 Martin Building (MARB)—Monday, 11:10 a.m.–12:05 p.m.

Leslie Probert
How Do I Get Food Storage to Taste Good?
222 Martin Building (MARB)—Monday, 11:10 a.m.–12:05 p.m.

J. Dee Higley
Families, Genes and Addiction: Treatment and Prevention Implications
151 Tanner Building (TNRB)—Monday, 11:10 a.m.–12:05 p.m.

Ronald E. Bartholomew
Lessons from the Doctrine and Covenants: "Line upon Line" and Continuing Revelation
3220–3224 Wilkinson Student Center (WSC)—Monday, 11:10 a.m.–12:05 p.m.

Marie C. Ricks
Home Organization, the Better Way to Live—Rushed to Relaxed, Simultaneous to Sequential
3280–3290 Wilkinson Student Center (WSC)—Monday, 11:10 a.m.–12:05 p.m.

S. Michael Wilcox
The Hope of Israel—The Young Lions and the Bride of the Last Days
Ballroom, Wilkinson Student Center (WSC)—Monday, 11:10 a.m.–12:05 p.m.

Celeste Elain Witt
Speaking More Effectively in Sacrament Meeting: Deliver Your Message
Varsity, Wilkinson Student Center (WSC)—Monday, 11:10 a.m.–12:05 p.m.

Randy B. Clegg
What REALLY Matters Most (Youth)
East Floor, Smith Fieldhouse (SFH)—Monday, 11:10 a.m.–12:05 p.m.

Monday Classes
12:30–1:25 p.m.

John R. Bringhurst
Hymn Sing-Along: Origins and Early Versions of Beloved Hymns
377 Clyde Building (CB)—Monday, 12:30–1:25 p.m.

Scott R. Braithwaite
Improvement and Progression Have One Eternal Round: The Science of Improvement and Expert Performance in a Gospel Framework
Assembly Hall, Hinckley Center (HC)—Monday, 12:30–1:25 p.m.

David A. LeFevre
Isaiah's Messages for Our Day: Atonement and Redemption (Isaiah 24-47)
Madsen, Harris Fine Arts Center (HFAC)—Monday, 12:30–1:25 p.m.

Kevin Hinckley
Converted Marriages: Laying a Firm Foundation for Converting Latter-day Saint Youth
Pardoe, Harris Fine Arts Center (HFAC)—Monday, 12:30–1:25 p.m.

Kelly R. Summers
Conducting Oral Interviews
1102 Jesse Knight Building (JKB)—Monday, 12:30–1:25 p.m.

Dawn Thurston
How to Turn Your Genealogy Data into a Fascinating Family History: Filling in the Blanks—Writing about Prickly People, Family Skeletons, and Other Sensitive Issues
3108 Jesse Knight Building (JKB)—Monday, 12:30–1:25 p.m.

Susan Easton Black
Joseph Smith in Nauvoo: Baptism for the Dead
Auditorium, Joseph Smith Building (JSB)—Monday, 12:30–1:25 p.m.

Julie Crockett
So Your Daughter Wants to Change the World: How an Engineering Degree Can Make It Possible
206 Martin Building (MARB)—Monday, 12:30–1:25 p.m.

Tory L. Parker
Nutrition: Antioxidants and Living Fruitfully
207 Martin Building (MARB)—Monday, 12:30–1:25 p.m.

Eric D. Richards
Exercising Faith unto Repentance
222 Martin Building (MARB)—Monday, 12:30–1:25 p.m.

J. Douglas LeCheminant
A Look at the Past, Present, and Future of the Church's Addiction Recovery Program
151 Tanner Building (TNRB)—Monday, 12:30–1:25 p.m.

Ronald E. Bartholomew
Lessons from the Doctrine and Covenants: Lessons from Comparing, Asking, and Not Printing the Joseph Smith Translation
3220–3224 Wilkinson Student Center (WSC)—Monday, 12:30–1:25 p.m.

Laurie A. Reeve
Living an Organized Life: Create Meals in Minutes Using the Once-a-Month Cooking Method
3280–3290 Wilkinson Student Center (WSC)—Monday, 12:30–1:25 p.m.

David A. Christensen
"Holiness to the Lord": The Role of the Temple in Making a Holy People
Ballroom, Wilkinson Student Center (WSC)—Monday, 12:30–1:25 p.m.

Donald W. Parry
Aaron's Rod—A Type of Jesus Christ
Varsity, Wilkinson Student Center (WSC)—Monday, 12:30–1:25 p.m.

Gregory L. Johnson
Coming unto Christ through Righteous Living—The Big 3: Prayer, Scripture Study, and the Companionship of the Holy Ghost (Youth)
East Floor, Smith Fieldhouse (SFH)—Monday, 12:30–1:25 p.m.

Monday Classes
1:50–2:45 p.m.

John W. Welch
The Chiasmus Story
377 Clyde Building (CB)—Monday, 1:50–4:05 p.m.

Kevin R. Miller
Teach Ye Creatively: Facilitating Adult Learning
Assembly Hall, Hinckley Center (HC)—Monday, 1:50–4:05 p.m.

David A. LeFevre
Isaiah's Messages for Our Day: The Suffering Servant and Sanctification (Isaiah 48-66)
Madsen, Harris Fine Arts Center (HFAC)—Monday, 1:50–2:45 p.m.

Kevin Hinckley
Parenting Styles and Conversion: How We Teach and Its Impact on the Way Children Hear and Respond
Pardoe, Harris Fine Arts Center (HFAC)—Monday, 1:50–2:45 p.m.

Kelly R. Summers
Reading Old Handwriting
1102 Jesse Knight Building (JKB)—Monday, 1:50–2:45 p.m.

Katie E. Steed
How to Best Serve Members with Disabilities (and Their Families) in Our Local Wards and Stakes
3108 Jesse Knight Building (JKB)—Monday, 1:50–2:45 p.m.

Susan Easton Black
Joseph Smith in Nauvoo: The Nauvoo Temple, Then and Now
Auditorium, Joseph Smith Building (JSB)—Monday, 1:50–2:45 p.m.

Sherrie Mills Johnson
"Faith, then, Works by Words" (Lectures on Faith): Words Have Power, Use Them Wisely
206 Martin Building (MARB)—Monday, 1:50–2:45 p.m.

Bryan L. Sudweeks
Beginning Investing: A Principles- and Application-Based Approach
207 Martin Building (MARB)—Monday, 1:50–4:05 p.m.

Eric D. Richards
An Etymological Look at Significant Words in the Scriptures
222 Martin Building (MARB)—Monday, 1:50–4:05 p.m.

Donald L. Hilton Jr.
"No More Disposition to Do Evil": Learning and Retaining Recovery from Addiction "by Study and Also by Faith"
151 Tanner Building (TNRB)—Monday, 1:50–2:45 p.m.

Matthew J. Grey
The Discovery and Content of the Dead Sea Scrolls
3220–3224 Wilkinson Student Center (WSC)—Monday, 1:50–2:45 p.m.

Laurie A. Reeve
Living an Organized Life: Tips for Downsizing, De-Cluttering, and Sorting Your Belongings
3280–3290 Wilkinson Student Center (WSC)—Monday, 1:50–2:45 p.m.

David A. Christensen
"Holiness to the Lord": The Role of the Chapel in Making a Holy People
Ballroom, Wilkinson Student Center (WSC)—Monday, 1:50–2:45 p.m.

Donald W. Parry
Jonah and the Great Fish—A Type of Jesus Christ
Varsity, Wilkinson Student Center (WSC)—Monday, 1:50–2:45 p.m.

Gregory L. Johnson
"I Will"—Making the Decision to Follow Christ (Youth)
East Floor, Smith Fieldhouse (SFH)—Monday, 1:50–2:45 p.m.

Monday Classes
3:10–4:05 p.m.

James Oneil Miner
How Music Brings a Touch of Heaven to Our Lives: Music Draws Us Closer to Christ
Madsen, Harris Fine Arts Center (HFAC)—Monday, 3:10–4:05 p.m.

Kevin Hinckley
Have You Remembered Your Fathers? The Spirit of Elijah's Role in Conversion
Pardoe, Harris Fine Arts Center (HFAC)—Monday, 3:10–4:05 p.m.

Kelly R. Summers
Spanish Family History Research
1102 Jesse Knight Building (JKB)—Monday, 3:10–4:05 p.m.

Paul J. McCarty
Family History: Turning Hearts, Healing Ourselves
3108 Jesse Knight Building (JKB)—Monday, 3:10–4:05 p.m.

Susan Easton Black
Joseph Smith in Nauvoo: The Female Relief Society
Auditorium, Joseph Smith Building (JSB)—Monday, 3:10–4:05 p.m.

Sherrie Mills Johnson
"Faith, then, Works by Words" (Lectures on Faith): Words Exercise Faith
206 Martin Building (MARB)—Monday, 3:10–4:05 p.m.

Matthew J. Grey
The Archaeology of Qumran
3220–3224 Wilkinson Student Center (WSC)—Monday, 3:10–4:05 p.m.

Laurie A. Reeve
Living an Organized Life: Tips for De-Cluttering Your Closets, Drawers, and Cupboards
3280–3290 Wilkinson Student Center (WSC)—Monday, 3:10–4:05 p.m.

David A. Christensen
"Holiness to the Lord": The Role of You and Your Home in Making a Holy People
Ballroom, Wilkinson Student Center (WSC)—Monday, 3:10–4:05 p.m.

Stephen D. Ricks
The Forty-Day Ministry: Prelude to Preaching the Gospel in the Early Church
Varsity, Wilkinson Student Center (WSC)—Monday, 3:10–4:05 p.m.

Gregory L. Johnson
Center Your Life in Christ . . . TODAY!! (Youth)
East Floor, Smith Fieldhouse (SFH)—Monday, 3:10–4:05 p.m.




Tuesday–Friday Classes
August 19–22, 2014

8:30–9:25 a.m.

Tyler J. Griffin
"O How Great the Goodness of Our God"—Revisiting the Greatest Doctrines of Eternity
W-111 Benson Building (BNSN), 8:30–9:25 a.m.

TTaking a New Look at an Old Friend: Overview of the Plan
WCreation and the Fall
ThThe Atonement of Jesus Christ, Part 1: Gethsemane
FThe Atonement of Jesus Christ, Part 2: Trials, Golgotha, and Resurrection

Steven C. Harper
The Law of Consecration: Past and Present
W-112 Benson Building (BNSN), 8:30–9:25 a.m.

TThe Law of Consecration: Common Misunderstandings
WThe Law of Consecration in the Doctrine and Covenants
ThThe Law of Consecration Is Not the United Order
FWhat Is the Relationship between Tithing and Consecration?

Larry W. Barkdull
Pearls from the Pearl of Great Price (Part 1)
377 Clyde Building (CB), 8:30–9:25 a.m.

TAnswering Moses' "Why?"
W"The Man Is Become as One of Us" (Moses 4:28)
ThThe Calling of Enoch: Righteousness Gets a Foothold on the Earth
FZion: The Pure in Heart

Rita R. Wright
Heavenly Patterns in Masterworks of Art and Architecture
2254 Conference Center (CONF), 8:30–9:25 a.m.

TTemple Typologies and Sacred Space in Art and Architecture
WImagining Eden: Gardens and Abundance in Art
ThAngels in Art: Heavenly Messengers as Metaphors of Meaning
FLDS Masterworks: The Divine Paradigm of Creativity

Linda M. Cole and Jonathan G. Sandberg
The Healing Power of Connection in Our Homes, Wards, and Communities
2258–2260 Conference Center (CONF), 8:30–9:25 a.m.

TChrist Showed Us the Way: Understanding How Authentic Connections Heal Us
WDisconnect from the World to Connect with Christ and Your Family
ThTaking Down the Walls to Let Your Light Shine: Connection in Our Wards and Communities
FThinking Outside the Box: Being Led by the Spirit to Create Connections

Continuing Legal Education Classes
214 Crabtree Building (CTB)

TAt the Intersection of Church and State: Religious Liberty in Contemporary American Society (Alexander Dushku and Hannah C. Smith) (8:30–10:30 a.m.)
WPresenting Your Case in Court: Best Practices (David L. Arrington, Stephen K. Christiansen, Royal I. Hansen, Christine S. Johnson, Barnard N. Madsen) (8:30 a.m.–1:30 p.m.)
ThImmigration: The Visa Process (Barbara Valcarcel Melendez) (8:30–9:30 a.m.)
FLegal Ethics for the Modern Lawyer (David N. Mortensen) (8:30–9:30 a.m.)

Susan Easton Black
Joseph Smith in Nauvoo
de Jong, Harris Fine Arts Center (HFAC), 8:30–9:25 a.m.

TBaptism for the Dead
WThe Nauvoo Temple: Then and Now
ThThe Female Relief Society of Nauvoo
FRapid Growth of Nauvoo

Sharlene J. Habermeyer
Good Music: Developing a Better, Brighter People
Madsen, Harris Fine Arts Center (HFAC), 8:30–9:25 a.m.

TThe Benefits of Listening to Bach, Beethoven, and Other Classical Music
WHome: Set the Tone with Music
ThTeaching Gospel Principles with the Help of Classical Music
FMusic Makes a Difference

Mary Ellen Edmunds
"Choose the Right in All Labors You're Pursuing" (Hymns, no. 239)
Pardoe, Harris Fine Arts Center (HFAC), 8:30–9:25 a.m.

T"Choose the Right When a Choice Is Placed before You"
W"Choose the Right! There Is Peace in Righteous Doing"
Th"Choose the Right! There's Safety for the Soul"
F"Choose the Right! And God Will Bless You Evermore"

Lawrence R. Flake
Building Faith with Well-Told Stories
Assembly Hall, Hinckley Center (HC), 8:30–9:25 a.m.

TLittle-Known Stories from the Lives of Latter-day Leaders
WFaith-Promoting Stories from Church History
ThInspiring Miracles and Manifestations
FInteresting Stories from Missionaries and Members

Stephen D. Ricks
The Book of Mormon as an Ancient Document
1102 Jesse Knight Building (JKB), 8:30–9:25 a.m.

TProper Names in the Book of Mormon
WPoetic Patterns and Hebrew Language Features
ThAncient Geography and Religious Institutions in the Book of Mormon
FThe Ancient World in the Book of Mormon

E. Jeffrey Hill
Seeking Harmony: Finding Peace in a Busy Life
2107 Jesse Knight Building (JKB), 8:30–9:25 a.m.

TCreating Personal Energy
WMaking the Most of Your Time
ThCreating Harmony at Work and at Home
FFinding Harmony: Intentionally Choose to Make Mortality a Symphony

Marleen S. Williams and John P. Livingstone
Matters of the Mind: Facing Life's Trying Tests
3108 Jesse Knight Building (JKB), 8:30–9:25 a.m.

THabits of Happiness (Marleen S. Williams)
WThe Nature of Addiction (John P. Livingstone)
ThBe Still, My Soul (Marleen S. Williams)
FManaging Anger in the Home (John P. Livingstone)

Kristen Smith Dayley
Increasing in Discipleship: The Power of Everyday Saints
B002 Joseph F. Smith Building (JFSB), 8:30–9:25 a.m.

TBy Small and Simple Things: Be the One
WHow Firm Is Your Foundation? Sacrifice and Commitment in a Day of Plenty
ThTaking the Leap of Faith Ourselves—Living the Gospel Out Loud
FPromises to the Fathers—Recognizing Our Role in the Lord's Work

Scott H. Knecht
Great Teaching: A Pathway to Profound Learning
B092 Joseph F. Smith Building (JFSB), 8:30–9:25 a.m.

TProfound Learning Is Hastened and Enhanced by Great Teaching
WExcellent Questions—The Heart of Good Teaching
ThLearning to Respond to and Talk with Students
FThe Spirit in the Classroom Makes It All Work

Paul M. Scherbel
Technology in LDS Meetinghouses
B190 Joseph F. Smith Building (JFSB), 8:30–9:25 a.m.

TMeetinghouse Technology Overview
WUsing Digital Media in Lessons and Training
ThHow Technology Is Blessing the Worldwide Church
FAn Exciting New Senior Missionary Opportunity: Area Technology Specialists

Brad R. Wilcox
Understanding the Atonement
Auditorium, Joseph Smith Building (JSB), 8:30–9:25 a.m.

T"After All We Can Do"
WNo Other Name
ThCome unto Christ
FWhat It Means to Be Redeemed

Robert L. Millet
He Comes Quickly: Preparing for Our Lord's Second Coming
Main Floor, Marriott Center (MC), 8:30–9:25 a.m.

TWhile It Is Called Today
WFalse Christs and False Prophets
ThOur Lamps Filled with Oil
FThe Fall of Babylon, the Rise of Zion

Jeffrey S. Reber and Steven P. Moody
The Paradox of Perfectionism: How the Pursuit of Perfection Can Make Our Relationships Imperfect
206 Martin Building (MARB), 8:30–9:25 a.m.

TThe Difference between Perfectionism and Godly Perfection
WToward a More Perfect Union: Ridding Our Marriages of Perfectionism
ThFreeing Parents from the Burden of Perfectionism
FPerfecting the Saints vs. Perfectionistic Saints

Maurine J. Proctor
Drawing Upon the Powers of Heaven through Our Covenants
207 Martin Building (MARB), 8:30–9:25 a.m.

TCovenants: "Choose You This Day Whom Ye Will Serve" (Joshua 24:15)
WCovenants: Putting on the Whole Armor of God
ThCovenants: A Promised Land
FCovenants: Encircled About in the Arms of His Love

Robert L. Bolick
Estate Planning and Asset Protection
221 Martin Building (MARB), 8:30–9:25 a.m.

TEstate Planning Basics
WAdvanced Estate Planning
ThFundamental Asset Protection Principles and Techniques
FAsset Protection Trusts

Claire V. Brisson-Banks
It's a Family Affair—Genealogy and Family History
222 Martin Building (MARB), 8:30–9:25 a.m.

TA Beginners' Guide to Family History Research
WGenealogy and Family History—The Perfect Social Media
ThOvercoming Brick Walls
FAre Your Ancestors Frozen in Time?

John L. Hilton III
Becoming Your Best Self (Youth)
East Floor, Smith Fieldhouse (SFH), 8:30–9:25 a.m.

TIs Kissing Okay? and Other Questions about Morality
WIt's Not My Fault! Making Excuses and Taking Responsibility
ThDare Not to Compare
FMore than Words: "Out of the Same Mouth Proceedeth Blessing and Cursing . . . These Things Ought Not So to Be" (James 3:10)

Darren E. Schmidt
"We'll Bring the World His Truth" (Youth)
250 Spencer W. Kimball Tower (SWKT), 8:30–9:25 a.m.

TBe a Missionary Now: Three Helps for Sharing the Gospel with Your Friends
WWhy Do Mormon Believe . . . ? Three Helps in Answering Difficult Questions about the Church
ThExamining Your Relationship with the Savior: Is It All That It Could and Should Be?
FTwo Powerful Principles That Can Help You on Your Earthly Mission

Mark D. Ogletree
Raising Boys to Be Strong Men: Able to Contribute to Society and the Church
151 Tanner Building (TNRB), 8:30–9:25 a.m.

TBoyhood under Siege
WTeaching Boys to Work
ThTeaching Boys to Become Gentlemen
FTeaching Boys Their True Identity

Ronald E. Bartholomew
Lessons from the Book of Mormon for Everyday Life
3220–3224 Wilkinson Student Center (WSC), 8:30–9:25 a.m.

THelping to Recover the Lost and Rescue the Unreachable: The Examples of Teancum and Alma the Elder
WUnderstanding the Doctrine of Foreordination: How Our Past and Present Can Impact Our Future and Status in the Resurrection
ThUnderstanding and Teaching the Importance of Our Interactions and Interrelationship with the Holy Ghost: Helaman 4-6
FThe Relationship between Trials, Revelation, and the Liahona: Understanding How to Use Them, What They Are, and How They Fit into Trials

Byron R. Merrill
New Testament Beginnings
3280–3290 Wilkinson Student Center (WSC), 8:30–9:25 a.m.

TThe Background to the New Testament Gospels
W"In the Beginning . . ."
ThThe Savior's Early Ministry
FThe Miracles of Jesus

S. Michael Wilcox
Defining Femininity: Portraits from the Scriptures
Ballroom, Wilkinson Student Center (WSC), 8:30–9:25 a.m.

TWomen at the Dawning of the World: Creation of the Feminine Ideal
WWomen Who Faced the Challenge of Living
ThWomen Who Jesus Loved: The Perfection of Refined Femininity
FLatter-Day Perspectives of Womanhood: Femininity at Center Stage

Matthew J. Grey
Jesus in Jerusalem
Varsity, Wilkinson Student Center (WSC), 8:30–9:25 a.m.

THerodian Jerusalem: Fortifications, Upper City, and the Pools
WHerodian Jerusalem: The Temple Mount
ThGethsemane and Crucifixion
FAncient Jewish Burial Customs and the Tomb of Jesus




Tuesday–Friday Classes
August 19–22, 2014

9:50–10:45 a.m.

Tyler J. Griffin
Great Sermons of the Book of Mormon—Taking a Closer Look
W-111 Benson Building (BNSN), 9:50–10:45 a.m.

TThe Sermons of Lehi and Jacob: Agency, Atonement, Submission
WBook of Mosiah: The Sermons of King Benjamin and Abinadi
ThThe Sermons of Samuel the Lamanite and Mormon
FThird Nephi: The Beatitudes and Increasingly Living the Higher Law of the Gospel

Steven C. Harper
Joseph Smith's First Vision: A Seeker's Guide to the Historical Accounts
W-112 Benson Building (BNSN), 9:50–10:45 a.m.

TSeeking and Assuming: Approaches to the First Vision
WThe Historical and Cultural Setting of Joseph Smith's First Vision
ThThe Accounts and the Dynamics of Memory
FTheological Content of the First Vision

Larry W. Barkdull
Pearls from the Pearl of Great Price (Part 2)
377 Clyde Building (CB), 9:50–10:45 a.m.

TGod Reveals the Template of Creation
WSatan's Nefarious Design to Destroy the Father's Plan
ThEnoch Sets Forth the Doctrine of the Everlasting Covenant
F"As It Was in the Days of Noah": Zion and the Savior Will Return

Ron L. Andersen
The Early Mormon Church through Abraham Lincoln's Eyes
2254 Conference Center (CONF), 9:50–10:45 a.m.

TAbraham Lincoln and the Early Mormon Church
WThe Remarkable Similarities of the Prophet Joseph Smith and Abraham Lincoln
ThAbraham Lincoln and the Restoration of the Gospel of Jesus Christ
FAbraham Lincoln Believed He Had a Calling from God

Hoyt W. Brewster Jr.
Last and Latter Days: Signs of the Times
2258–2260 Conference Center (CONF), 9:50–10:45 a.m.

TLiving in the Latter and Last Days: People in Peril and the Elements in Commotion
WFinding Peace in a Troubled World
ThPreparing for the Second Coming
FArmageddon and Beyond: A Conflict of Two Kingdoms

Continuing Legal Education Classes
214 Crabtree Building (CTB)

TContinuation of 8:30–10:30 a.m. class
WContinuation of 8:30 a.m.–1:30 p.m. class
Th Adoption Law Update (Kristy L. Hanson) (9:50–10:50 a.m.)
F Oliver Cowdery: The First Mormon Lawyer (John W. Welch and Jeffrey N. Walker) (9:50–11:50 a.m., CLE credit for Utah only)

Marvin A. Goldstein
Discovering the Divine Nature of Music
de Jong, Harris Fine Arts Center (HFAC), 9:50–10:45 a.m.

TBeloved Hymns
WThe Sacred Music of the Children's Songbook
ThPerformance and Testimony
FDedicating Talents to the Work of the Lord

Lori Hadley Hales, Me'Chel Merrill Musgrave, Debra A. Bastian (Heartbound)
Tools to Battle the Adversary (presented through music and word)
Madsen, Harris Fine Arts Center (HFAC), 9:50–10:45 a.m.

TThe Profound Power of Gratitude
WMusic's Healing Power
ThHolding On and Letting Go
FHope Brings Peace

Carrie M. Wrigley
Building the Connection: Creating Closeness, Unity, and Joy in Marriage
Pardoe, Harris Fine Arts Center (HFAC), 9:50–10:45 a.m.

T"We Just Don't Have Any Time Together"—How to Overcome This Increasingly Prevalent Relationship Problem
W"We Just Can't Communicate"—What Gets in the Way, and How to Foster Closeness and Warmth in Communication
Th"We're Just So Different from Each Other"—How to Transform Your Conflicts and Differences into Your Greatest Marital Strengths
F"We've Grown Apart"—Restoring Friendship, Trust, and Closeness in Your Marriage and Making It Last Forever

Lawrence R. Flake
A Time to Laugh: The Place of Humor in the Church
Assembly Hall, Hinckley Center (HC), 9:50–10:45 a.m.

TLaughter in the Lives of Latter-day Leaders
WBe of Good Cheer: Humor from Church History
ThLight-Hearted—Not Light-Minded: Humor from Missionaries and Members
F"A Merry Heart Doeth Good like a Medicine" (Proverbs 17:22): Humor from Latter-day Saint Life

Justin B. Top
The Miracle of the Atonement: What the Miracles of Christ Teach Us about Spiritual Healing
1102 Jesse Knight Building (JKB), 9:50–10:45 a.m.

T"After All We Can Do"
WFinding Joy through Christ
ThHealing the Effects of Sin
FHealing the Effects of the Fall

E. Jeffrey Hill
Blending Well: Beyond Yours, Mine, and Ours
2107 Jesse Knight Building (JKB), 9:50–10:45 a.m.

TBlended Families: Myths and Realities
WStrengthening Your Marriage in a Blended Family
ThSuccessful Parenting in a Blended Family
FBlended Families: Recognizing Landmarks on the Road to Success

Matthew B. Christensen, George B. Handley, Jill T. Rudy, Leslee Thorne-Murphy
Lifelong Reading
3108 Jesse Knight Building (JKB), 9:50–10:45 a.m.

TOnce Upon All Time: Reading Fairy Tales Your Whole Life Long (Jill Terry Rudy)
WOut of the Best Books: The Spiritual Importance of Reading Secular Literature (George Handley)
ThFamily Reading: Jane Austen, Charles Dickens, and Their Peers (Leslee Thorne-Murphy)
FTo Become Acquainted with Languages, Tongues, and People (Matthew B. Christensen)

Kathy Headlee Miner
Love Works, Love Heals: Fill Your Heart with Grace, Compassion, Understanding, and Hope
B002 Joseph F. Smith Building (JFSB), 9:50–10:45 a.m.

TLove Works: Overcoming and Understanding Fear, Anxiety, Trauma, Abuse, and Adversity
WLove Works: Becoming More Spiritually Attentive and Observant; Discovering the Divine within You
ThLove Works: The Power of Forgiveness to Make Us One
FLove Works: Discover the Joy that Comes as You Learn to 'Be Still and Know that I Am God'

Dennis D. and Joyce M. Ashton
Becoming a Resilient and Faithful People
B092 Joseph F. Smith Building (JFSB), 9:50–10:45 a.m.

TLetting Go of Stress and Anxiety
WUnderstanding and Overcoming Depression
ThCoping with Tragedy and Enduring Loss
FStrengthening Your Marriage by Understanding Eternal Principles and Covenants

Ronald J. Schwendiman
Teaching the Gospel in a Digital World
B190 Joseph F. Smith Building (JFSB), 9:50–10:45 a.m.

TWhat Technologies May Help in the Church Classroom?
WDigital Resources for Sunday Teaching
ThUsing Technology Tools to Teach Children and Teens
FDigital Resources for the Home and Sharing the Gospel

Brad R. Wilcox and John L. Hilton III
Powerful Questions from the Book of Mormon
Auditorium, Joseph Smith Building (JSB), 9:50–10:45 a.m.

T"Have Ye Inquired of the Lord?" and Other Powerful Questions from 1 Nephi
W"Believest Thou the Scriptures?" and Other Powerful Questions from 2 Nephi and Jacob
Th"What Shall We Do?" and Other Powerful Questions from Alma
F"Have Miracles Ceased?" and Other Powerful Questions from Mormon and Moroni

Robert L. Millet
Life on a Paradisiacal Earth
Main Floor, Marriott Center (MC), 9:50–10:45 a.m.

TJesus Christ Comes to His People
WThe King of Zion Comes in Power and Glory
ThLife in the Millennium
FThe Beginning of Eternity

Kenneth L. Alford
The Doctrine and Covenants: Selected Sections
206 Martin Building (MARB), 9:50–10:45 a.m.

TD&C 1 and 133—The Preface and the Appendix of the Doctrine and Covenants
WD&C 87-88—War and Peace
ThD&C 91—On the Apocrypha
FD&C 2, 110, and 138—The Sealing Power

Richard B. Miller
Healing Distressed Marital Relationships
207 Martin Building (MARB), 9:50–10:45 a.m.

TChanging Relationship Momentum
WLooking Inward for Answers
ThThe Healing Power of Forgiveness
FRebuilding Love

John M. Butler
Uses and Abuses of Modern DNA Science
221 Martin Building (MARB), 9:50–10:45 a.m.

TDNA and the Book of Mormon: What Does the Record Itself Say about the Genetics of Its People?
WGenetic Genealogy: What Can DNA Testing Tell Me about My Ancestry?
ThForensic DNA Testing: How Are Crimes Solved with DNA Analysis?
FScience and Religion: Can They Co-Exist?

Claire V. Brisson-Banks
Researching the British Isles Online
222 Martin Building (MARB), 9:50–10:45 a.m.

TEngland Online Resources
WScotland Online Resources
ThIreland Online Resources
FWales Online Resources

Merrilee A. Boyack
Take Command of Your Future (Youth)
East Floor, Smith Fieldhouse (SFH), 9:50–10:45 a.m.

TCommitment: Count Me In!
WTurning to the Light
ThBecoming Independent: Mom Won't Do It Forever
FLearning: Have You Fed Your Head Lately?

Kim M. Peterson
That We Might Have Joy (Youth)
250 Spencer W. Kimball Tower (SWKT), 9:50–10:45 a.m.

TThe Difference between Fun and Happiness
WJoy in the Scriptures: The Virtue of the Word of God
ThJoy in Obedience
FMade Whole: Joy in the Atonement of Jesus Christ

Mark D. Ogletree
Healing the Time-Starved Marriage
151 Tanner Building (TNRB), 9:50–10:45 a.m.

TThe Time Famine
WUsing Marriage Rituals to Reconnect Your Marriage
ThUsing "Couple Time" as a Healer
FApplying Christlike Attributes in Marriage

Joseph W. Grenny , Ron McMillan, Al Switzler
How to Deal with Broken Promises, Violated Expectations, and Bad Behaviors
3220–3224 Wilkinson Student Center (WSC), 9:50–10:45 a.m.

THow to Hold Those You Love Accountable (Joseph Grenny)
WThree Key Skills for Holding People Accountable (Al Switzler)
ThMotivation Problems: "I Don't Want To. You Can't Make Me. So There!" (Joseph Grenny)
FThey Said They Would and Didn't . . . Now What? (Ron G. McMillan)

Byron R. Merrill
The Teachings of Jesus
3280–3290 Wilkinson Student Center (WSC), 9:50–10:45 a.m.

TThe Higher Law
WDoing the Right Things for the Right Reasons
ThThe Bread of Life Sermon and the Early Parables
FThe Cost of Discipleship

S. Michael Wilcox
The Way Back to Heaven: The Stairway of Being and Becoming
Ballroom, Wilkinson Student Center (WSC), 9:50–10:45 a.m.

TThe Parable of the Crystal Stairs: Discovering the Divine Within
WClimbing without Weight: Leaving The World Behind
ThAscending the Stairs of Being And Becoming
FThe Joy of Becoming: What Awaits at the Top of the Stairs

Matthew J. Grey
Jesus in Galilee
Varsity, Wilkinson Student Center (WSC), 9:50–10:45 a.m.

TThe Cities of Galilee: Sepphoris and Tiberias
WVillages in Galilee: Nazareth and Capernaum
ThThe Galilean Fishing Industry
FJewish Religious Life in First-Century Galilee




TUESDAY DEVOTIONAL AND
WEDNESDAY–FRIDAY CLASSES
AUGUST 19–22, 2014

11:10 a.m.–12:05 p.m.

Elder David A. Bednar
Devotional Address
Tuesday, August 19

Marriott Center (MC), 11:10 a.m.–12:05 p.m.

Bryan L. Sudweeks
Bringing Christ into Our Personal Finances
W-111 Benson Building (BNSN), 11:10 a.m.–12:05 p.m.

WNine Myths of Family Finance: What Wise Financial Stewards Know
ThSaving for Your Children's Missions and Education: What You Can Do Now to Prepare
FPreparing for Retirement: What You Can Do Now to Prepare

Michael A. Goodman
Taking the Fear out of Dating and Courtship (for You or Your Loved One)—A Principled . . . and Practical Approach (for Young Adults and Older Adults)
W-112 Benson Building (BNSN), 11:10 a.m.–12:05 p.m.

WThe What / When / Why of Dating
ThWhy So Scary (or Distracted)?—Overcoming Obstacles
FWhat Is "True Love" and Deciding Whom to Marry

Roger K. Allen
Parenting Skills to Raise Responsible, Emotionally Mature Teens and Children
377 Clyde Building (CB), 11:10 a.m.–12:05 p.m.

WCreate Safe and Trusting Conditions So Children Will Open Up and Talk
ThHow to Talk to Your Children (Including the Belligerent, Strong-Willed Child) and Resolve Disagreements So That Everyone Wins
FEmpower Your Kids to Become Mature and Resilient by Taking Ownership of Their Lives (Actions, Words, Feelings, Decisions, Relationships, etc.)

Ron L. Andersen
Leading Like Abraham Lincoln
2254 Conference Center (CONF), 11:10 a.m.–12:05 p.m.

WLeading Like Abraham Lincoln
ThThe Wit and Wisdom of Abraham Lincoln
FThe Lawyer Who Was Never Known to Lie

Hoyt W. Brewster Jr.
Perfection Is Possible: Strengthening Spirituality and Overcoming Obstacles
2258–2260 Conference Center (CONF), 11:10 a.m.–12:05 p.m.

W"Be Ye Therefore Perfect:" Myths and Misunderstandings
ThForgiveness: Its Power in the Process of Perfection
FThe Holy Temple: Gateway to Perfection and Exaltation

Continuing Legal Education Classes
214 Crabtree Building (CTB)

WContinuation of 8:30 a.m. –1:30 p.m. class
ThOngoing Considerations in Family Law from the Bench (Joshua K. Faulkner) (11:10 a.m.–12:10 p.m.)
F Continuation of 9:50 a.m. –11:50 a.m. class

Marvin A. Goldstein and Vanessa Joy
Beautiful Music Brings a Heavenly Peace to the Home Atmosphere
de Jong, Harris Fine Arts Center (HFAC), 11:10 a.m.–12:05 p.m.

WMusic Gives Courage and Strength
ThBeautiful Music That Honors the Lord Jesus Christ
FExperiencing New Insights through Music

Lori Hadley Hales, Me'Chel Merrill Musgrave, Debra A. Bastian (Heartbound)
Your Power, Purpose and Potential (presented through music and word)
Madsen, Harris Fine Arts Center (HFAC), 11:10 a.m.–12:05 p.m.

WStrength beyond Our Own
ThWhen Life Doesn't Go As Planned
FYou ARE Enough

Carrie M. Wrigley
Christ-Centered Healing from Depression, Anxiety, Addiction, and Other Emotional Challenges
Pardoe, Harris Fine Arts Center (HFAC), 11:10 a.m.–12:05 p.m.

WChoosing Complete Healing, Not Just Symptom Relief: New Strategies for Dealing with Distressing Events, and Moving On with Power
ThSilencing the Negative Chatterbox Within: Recognizing and Replacing Thoughts That Otherwise Keep Us Stuck and Hopeless
FOvercoming Perfectionism and Other Destructive Behaviors: How to Build a Healthy Lifestyle That Fosters Emotional Wellness

Lawrence R. Flake
Life after Life: Death and Beyond
Assembly Hall, Hinckley Center (HC), 11:10 a.m.–12:05 p.m.

WThe Post-Mortal Spirit World
ThThe Vision of the Kingdoms of Glory
FThe Morning of the First Resurrection

Justin B. Top
Making Repentance a Lifestyle—One of the First Principles of the Gospel
1102 Jesse Knight Building (JKB), 11:10 a.m.–12:05 p.m.

WUnderstanding the Nature of Sin
ThLiving Repentance—Part of Our Daily Life
FUnderstanding Repentance

Elizabeth B. Fawcett
Marriage and Family Life—How to Find Extraordinary Joy in Our Ordinary Lives
2107 Jesse Knight Building (JKB), 11:10 a.m.–12:05 p.m.

WA Real-Life Approach to "Happily Ever After" in Our Family Relationships
ThHow to Make a Good Marriage Even Better
FHow to Be Crazy about Your Kids without Going Crazy in the Process

Anthony R. Sweat
The Atoning Powers of Christ: How Jesus Offers to Cleanse, Heal, Restore, Identify, Strengthen, and Transform Us
3108 Jesse Knight Building (JKB), 11:10 a.m.–12:05 p.m.

WOur "Every Hour" Need for the Savior and the Cleansing Power of the Atonement
ThThe Healing and Restoring Power of the Atonement
FThe Transforming Power of the Atonement and the Holy Ghost as the Messenger of Christ's Grace

Russell W. Bryant, Trav D. Johnson, Joseph Roberson, Jennifer K. Quinlan
Bringing BYU to You: Education Anytime, Anywhere, for Anyone
B002 Joseph F. Smith Building (JFSB), 11:10 a.m.–12:05 p.m.

WTake BYU Online Courses! Discover 500 Ways to Learn from BYU—Also, an Introduction to the BYU High School Program, an Alternative, Non-Traditional Education
ThSay Hello to a Global Church: Speak the Language. Take BYU World Language Courses Online
FFinish at Home What You Started at BYU: Introducing the Bachelor of General Studies Degree Program (Trav D. Johnson)

R. Kirk Belnap
Foreign Language Learning for Young and Old—Busting the Myths
B092 Joseph F. Smith Building (JFSB), 11:10 a.m.–12:05 p.m.

WMyth: Young Children Are the Best Language Learners
ThMyth: If the Lord Wants My Children to Learn a Language, They'll Do So Only on a Mission
FMyth: I'm Just Not Good at Learning Languages

Richard J. and Debra Theobald McClendon
From Striving to Thriving: Strengthening the Me, We, and Thee of Marriage
B190 Joseph F. Smith Building (JFSB), 11:10 a.m.–12:05 p.m.

WBuilding the "Me" in Marriage—What I Can Do to Make My Marriage Thrive
ThWays to Build the "We" in Marriage
FWays to Build the "Thee" in Marriage

John L. Hilton III and Lani O. Hilton
Life-Changing Lessons from Lesser-Known Old Testament Stories
Auditorium, Joseph Smith Building (JSB), 11:10 a.m.–12:05 p.m.

WLife-Changing Lessons from the Old Testament
ThLife-Changing Lessons from Isaiah
FLife-Changing Lessons from Lesser-Known Old Testament Prophets

Elder David A. Bednar
BYU Devotional
Main Floor, Marriott Center (MC), 11:10 a.m.–12:05 p.m.

TCampus Devotional

Brent L. Top
The Abundant Life: Modern Messages from the Life and Teachings of Christ
Main Floor, Marriott Center (MC), 11:10 a.m.–12:05 p.m.

WLook Up, Reach Out, Hold On—Letting the Lord Lift You When You Feel Like You Are Sinking
ThParable of the Unmerciful Servant: How Forgiving Others Brings Peace and Spiritual Strength
F"Watch and Be Ready"—Preparing for the Second Coming . . . Whenever It Is

Kenneth L. Alford
Suggestions for Teaching the Doctrine and Covenants and Church History
206 Martin Building (MARB), 11:10 a.m.–12:05 p.m.

WMaking Church History Come Alive
ThTeaching the History of Mormon Catechisms
FTeaching the Law of Consecration

Richard B. Miller
Becoming One in Marriage: What It Means and How to Attain It
207 Martin Building (MARB), 11:10 a.m.–12:05 p.m.

WOne Mind: Unity in Goals and Expectations
ThOne Heart: Harmony through Resolving Differences
FOne Voice: Parenting Together as a Team

Fernando V. Camilo, Russell J. Hannig, Jayson H. Seegmiller
The Church's Electronic Outreach: Keeping You Informed, Active in Volunteer Service, and Connected with Others
221 Martin Building (MARB), 11:10 a.m.–12:05 p.m.

WReceiving Relevant, Timely, and Personalized Messages from the Church through E-mail and Text Messaging (Russell J. Hannig)
ThThe Church's New Volunteer Initiative: Giving from Five Minutes to Two Years—Finding Service Opportunities for Individuals and Families That Fit Your Time and Talents (Jayson H. Seegmiller)
FLike, Tweet, + 1: Using Social Media to Connect with Others and Spread the Gospel (Fernando V. Camilo)

Devin R. Ashby
What's New at FamilySearch
222 Martin Building (MARB), 11:10 a.m.–12:05 p.m.

WThe "Family Tree" Tab: Getting Oriented and Finding Names for Temple Work
ThThe "Memories" Tab: Uploading Your Photos, Stories, and Documents
FThe "Search" Tab: Search Billions of Records and Index Obituaries

Stan G. Crippen
Making the Most of Me (Youth)
East Floor, Smith Fieldhouse (SFH), 11:10 a.m.–12:05 p.m.

WBecoming Lovable—Creating Better Relationships
ThFailing or Sailing through Life?
FGot a Question? Get an Answer! "Scriptural Answers to Life's Everyday Problems"

Thomas A. Holmoe
Athletics at BYU
250 Spencer W. Kimball Tower (SWKT), 11:10 a.m.–12:05 p.m.

TAthletics at BYU

Leslie Probert
Food Storage: Finding and Converting Recipes; Using Safe Cooking Options
250 Spencer W. Kimball Tower (SWKT), 11:10 a.m.–12:05 p.m.

ThRecipes, Recipes . . . How to Find Them and Convert Them
FHow Will I Cook in an Emergency?

Mark D. Ogletree
Raising an Army of Helaman's Warriors: Helping Our Youth Prepare for Missionary Service or Making Your Home a Missionary Preparation Center
151 Tanner Building (TNRB), 11:10 a.m.–12:05 p.m.

WThe Historical Announcement and the Responsibility of Parents in Preparing Future Missionaries
ThDeveloping Celestial Missionary Habits
FMissionary Work Is Work

Randal A. Wright
The Book of Mormon Miracle: 15 Reasons to Believe
3220–3224 Wilkinson Student Center (WSC), 11:10 a.m.–12:05 p.m.

WFive Book of Mormon Study Techniques That Will Increase Your Belief
ThFive Reasons Joseph Smith Could Not Have Written the Book of Mormon
FFive Powerful Insights from the Book of Mormon

Byron R. Merrill
The Last Week of the Savior's Mortal Ministry
3280–3290 Wilkinson Student Center (WSC), 11:10 a.m.–12:05 p.m.

WThe Beginning of the End
ThThe Signs of the Times
FThe Atonement—Gethsemane to the Resurrection

Ronald E. Bartholomew
The Old and New Testament Brought to Life: Powerful Messages and Their Relevance to You
Ballroom, Wilkinson Student Center (WSC), 11:10 a.m.–12:05 p.m.

W"Things Too Wonderful for Me" to Understand (Job 42:3): Practical Applications from the Book of Job
ThPaul and James' Teachings of Faith—The Work of Believing Based on Assurances: Hebrews 10-11 and James 1-2
FSignificant, Life-Changing Reasons for You and Your Children to Follow the Prophet: Lessons from the Ministries of Elijah and Elisha (1 Kings 12-2 Kings 13)

David B. Marsh
"Doubt Not": Principles to Help Those Dealing with Doubts and Questions about the Church
Varsity, Wilkinson Student Center (WSC), 11:10 a.m.–12:05 p.m.

WDoubt Not: Follow the Example of the Savior—How He Helped People Who Were Dealing with Doubts
ThDoubt Not: Strengthen Your Faith and Testimony—Inoculating Ourselves against the Onslaught of Sophistry
FDoubt Not: Become an Honest Truth-Seeker—Discerning between Truth and Misrepresentation




Tuesday–Friday Classes
August 19–22, 2014

12:30–1:25 p.m.

Alex Baugh
The Mormon Experience in Northern Missouri, 1836-1838
W-111 Benson Building (BNSN), 12:30–1:25 p.m.

TTemporary Zion: The Church in Caldwell and Daviess Counties
WConflict in Zion: The 1838 Missouri-Mormon War
ThTragedy in Zion: The Hawn's Mill Massacre
FImprisoned in Zion: Church Leaders in Missouri's Jails, 1838-1839

Michael A. Goodman
Seeking Truth: Working through Doubt and Questions
W-112 Benson Building (BNSN), 12:30–1:25 p.m.

TThe Role of Questions and Truth Seeking
WDoctrinal Issues: What Is It That We Believe?
ThHistorical Issues: Looking at the Evidence
FFaith Is a Decision Which Leads to Action

Roger K. Allen
Personal Leadership: Claiming Your Power to Live a Happy, Abundant, and Loving Life
377 Clyde Building (CB), 12:30–1:25 p.m.

TScarcity vs. Abundance: Making the Choice to Live "Inside-Out" Rather than "Outside-In"
WThe Power to Act Rather than Be Acted Upon
ThStop-Look-Listen-Choose: Developing Spiritual and Emotional Resilience during the Storms of Life
F"The Stories We Tell:" Change Your Narrative and Change Your Life

Scott R. Braithwaite
One of the Most Important Decisions You Will Ever Make: Whom You Will Marry (for Young Adults and Adults)
2254 Conference Center (CONF), 12:30–1:25 p.m.

TInfluence of Marriage on Spiritual, Mental, and Physical Health
WPredictors of Marital Success (That We Can Know Prior to Saying "I Do")
ThPredictors of Marital Success (after We've Said "I Do")
FHealthy Communication in Marriage—A Hands-On, Skill-Building Session

Jane K. Hinckley
Appreciating Jane Austen: Pride and Prejudice
2258–2260 Conference Center (CONF), 12:30–1:25 p.m.

TAppreciating the Publication of Pride and Prejudice
WAppreciating the First Film Adaptation of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice
ThAppreciating Early Serialized Adaptations of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice
FAppreciating the 1995 Adaptation of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice

Continuing Legal Education Classes
214 Crabtree Building (CTB)

T Current Trends in Legal Education and the Legal Marketplace (James R. Rasband) (12:30–1:30 p.m.)
WContinuation of 8:30 a.m. –1:30 p.m. class
ThNo CLE classes this hour
F No CLE classes this hour

Merrilee A. Boyack
Doing the Best You Can—a Little Bit Better (Women)
de Jong, Harris Fine Arts Center (HFAC), 12:30–1:25 p.m.

TAt the Crossroads of Your Life—Finding Direction
WI'm So Busy I Don't Have Time for That—Taking Control
ThFinding Your Own Path—Living with Vision
FOverwhelmed and Outnumbered—Finding Balance

Brian G. Andre
You Were Born to Make a Difference: Powerful Lessons Learned While Serving the Destitute of India
Madsen, Harris Fine Arts Center (HFAC), 12:30–1:25 p.m.

TDeveloping the Healer's Touch in Our Homes and in the World
WChange Yourself from the Inside Out!
ThSeeing God through Service
FBreak Out of the Comfort Zone!

Scott M. Peterson
Retire Right: A Guide to Making the Best Financial Decisions at and during Retirement
Pardoe, Harris Fine Arts Center (HFAC), 12:30–1:25 p.m.

TOpportunities and Challenges Facing the Retiring Baby Boomer
WThe Savvy Social Security Plan—What Baby Boomers Need to Know to Maximize Social Security Income
ThCommon Sense Investing and How to Avoid Costly Investment Mistakes
FManaging Your Investments to Last through Retirement

Rick D. Hawks
Strategy for War in the Last Days: Successfully Combating Satan
Assembly Hall, Hinckley Center (HC), 12:30–1:25 p.m.

TRecognizing the Evil Strategies of the Adversary—The Devil, like a Lion, Is "Seeking Whom He May Devour" (1 Peter 5:8)
WThe Battle Ground: Your Body and Spirit and Mind—"What Shall a Man Give in Exchange for His Soul?" (Matthew 16:26)
ThHow Satan's Campaigns Destroy Agency: "Choose Liberty and Eternal Life" or "Choose Captivity and Death" (2 Nephi 2:27)
FFitting Your Armor—"If Ye Are Prepared Ye Shall Not Fear" (D&C 38:30)

Darin C. Gates, David A. Grandy, Robert F. Schwartz, Jack M. Lyon
The Best of BYU Studies
1102 Jesse Knight Building (JKB), 12:30–1:25 p.m.

TGame Theory, the Prisoner's Dilemma, and the Book of Mormon (Robert F. Schwartz)
WWhen Pages Collide: Dissecting the Words of Mormon (Jack M. Lyon)
ThWhy Things Move: A New Look at Helaman 12:15 (David A. Grandy)
FSelf-Interest, Pure Love, and the Restored Gospel (Darin C. Gates)

Darren E. Schmidt
20 Principles and Ideas to Enhance Your Family Home Evenings and Scripture Studies
2107 Jesse Knight Building (JKB), 12:30–1:25 p.m.

TConsistency; Spousal Participation; Be a Shepherd, Not a Sheepherder; etc.
WInspired Questions, Inspired Invitations, Recognizing the Holy Ghost, etc.
ThUse the Word of God, Talk about the Savior, Set Family Goals, Etc.
FVariety is Essential, Have Treats, Sing Hymns, Have Fun, Etc.

Anthony R. Sweat
The Doctrine in Our Covenants: Foundational Truths of Celestial Practices as Revealed through the Doctrine and Covenants
3108 Jesse Knight Building (JKB), 12:30–1:25 p.m.

TThe Doctrine and Covenants of Being "Endowed with Power" (D&C 38:32)
WThe Doctrine and Covenants of Consecration
ThThe Doctrine and Covenants of the Priesthood
FThe Doctrine and Covenants of Marriage

Freeman C. Andersen, Kathleen Fowles, Marvin E. Wiggins, Nannette N. Wiggins
The LDS Church's Addiction Recovery Program: Supporting Those Struggling with Addiction (Drugs, Alcohol, Pornography, Food, Spending, etc.), Supporting Their Loved Ones, and Anyone Desiring to Give Support
B002 Joseph F. Smith Building (JFSB), 12:30–1:25 p.m.

TWhat's New in the LDS Church's Addiction Recovery Program? New Web Page for Addicts, Family Members, and Anyone Desiring to Give Support; New Family Support Guide; New Resources
WSupporting the Recovery Process—Resources That Can Help
ThA Program of Miracles: Stories of Success—The Power of the Atonement to Change Lives
FRecovery: A Path to Receiving Direction and the Power to Change through the Atonement of Jesus Christ

Kim M. Peterson
Faith: Hope for Unseen Things
B092 Joseph F. Smith Building (JFSB), 12:30–1:25 p.m.

TFaith Is a Gift
WFaith to Obey
ThLiving by Faith: Faith Makes Living Easier
FFaith in the Atonement of Jesus Christ: Strength to Proceed

Kristine W. Frederickson
Empowered by Living the Gospel of Jesus Christ
B190 Joseph F. Smith Building (JFSB), 12:30–1:25 p.m.

T"Learning, Even by Study and Also by Faith" in the Life Ellis Shipp
WAll Are Precious in the Sight of God, Exemplified in the Life of Josephine Butler
Th"Letting Virtue Garnish Thy Thoughts Unceasingly" in the Life of Susanna
F"Charity, the Pure Love of Christ" in the Life of Lucy Mack Smith

Curtis L. Jacobs
The Lord's Appearances before and at the Second Coming
Auditorium, Joseph Smith Building (JSB), 12:30–1:25 p.m.

TThe Lord to His Saints
WThe Lord to His Saints, Part 2
ThThe Battle of Armageddon
FThe Lord to the World

Brent L. Top
"What Is This Thing That Men Call Death?"—LDS Teachings about the Spirit World
Main Floor, Marriott Center (MC), 12:30–1:25 p.m.

T"Better Worlds and Greater Light"—Conditions of the Spirit World
W"Enveloped in Flaming Fire"—Attributes and Abilities of the Spirit Body
Th"Clothed with Power and Authority"—Preaching the Gospel in the Spirit World
F"A Preparation for Life"—Knowledge about DYING Teaches Us about LIVING

Jeffrey M. Bradshaw
The Creation, the Fall, and the Lives of Adam and Eve
206 Martin Building (MARB), 12:30–1:25 p.m.

TThe Vision of Moses as a Heavenly Ascent
WCreation and Eden as Models of Temple Architecture
ThThe Fall: God's Wisdom Prevails over Satan's Deception
FAdam, Eve, and the New and Everlasting Covenant

Steve A. Tersigni, MD
Weightier Matters: An LDS Guide to a Healthy Weight
207 Martin Building (MARB), 12:30–1:25 p.m.

THow Important Is My Weight?
WWeight Regulation: How the Body Does It
ThThe Word of Wisdom: God's Health Plan
FThe Growing Challenge of Diabesity (Diabetes + Obesity)

Susan Fullmer, Chad R. Hancock, Nora K. Nyland, D. Pauline Williams,
Got Food? Avoiding Nutrition Nonsense and Making Food Practical
221 Martin Building (MARB), 12:30–1:25 p.m.

T"By Lending You Breath": Light Energy and the Food That Moves You (Chad R. Hancock)
WWeighing In: 10 Weight-Loss Myths (Susan Fullmer)
ThA Fusion of Flavors: Make Your Taste Buds Tingle with Spices, Seasonings, and Herbs (D. Pauline Williams)
FThe Practical Pantry: Planning for Healthy, Convenient Meals (Nora K. Nyland)

Timothy G. Cross, James R. Greene, Ronald M. Tanner
Important Knowledge Updates about FamilySearch.org
222 Martin Building (MARB), 12:30–1:25 p.m.

TFrom Tree to Temple, Part 1 (James R. Greene)
WFrom Tree to Temple, Part 2 (James R. Greene)
ThFamily History: Engaging Families, Friends, Wards, and Stakes (Timothy Cross)
FFamily Tree Primer for Consultants (Ron Tanner)

Shon D. Hopkin
Ten Things to Love about Being LDS (Youth)
East Floor, Smith Fieldhouse (SFH), 12:30–1:25 p.m.

TThe Power of Being Unique and Solid—1) Standards and Commandments, and 2) The Special Position of Christ's Church
W3) Personal Revelation, and 4) The Holy Ghost (Including Spiritual Gifts)
Th5) Priesthood Power, 6) Modern Prophets, and 7) Restored Doctrines about Heavenly Father, Christ, and Eternal Families
F8) The LDS Community (Including Service), 9) The Emphasis on Education and Progression, and 10) An Open, Respectful View of Others

Lani O. Hilton
Scripture Power IS the Power to Win (Youth)
250 Spencer W. Kimball Tower (SWKT), 12:30–1:25 p.m.

TMore Holiness Give Me: Ways to Bring and Keep the Holy Spirit in Your Life
WLessons from the Old Testament That Have to Do with You!
ThPowerful Principles from the New Testament
FScripture Power Really Does Keep You Safe from Sin: Keys for a More Meaningful Study

Diane Bills Prince
Getting Meaningful Answers for Your Life—To Bless You, Your Family, and Others
151 Tanner Building (TNRB), 12:30–1:25 p.m.

TThe Magnificent Power of Prayer in Opening the Windows of Heaven
WUnderstanding and Following the Spirit: How Miracles Will Follow
ThHis Promise with Overwhelming Blessings:"I, the Lord, Am Bound When Ye Do What I Say . . . "
FHe Will Use You: Being an Instrument In His Hands

Randal A. Wright
Make Every Day Count: 20 Ways to Live a Life of Purpose
3220–3224 Wilkinson Student Center (WSC), 12:30–1:25 p.m.

TFive Ideas to Help You Leave Something Meaningful Behind
WFive Tips to Help You Overcome Weaknesses and Turn Them to Strengths
ThFive Essentials Steps to Developing the Self-Discipline Needed to Succeed
FFive Techniques to Discover and Learn Significant Lessons Every Day

Ronald K. Esplin, Gerrit J. Dirkmaat, Matthew C. Godfrey, Matthew J. Grow
The Joseph Smith Papers
3280–3290 Wilkinson Student Center (WSC), 12:30–1:25 p.m.

TInsights into Joseph Smith's Early Revelation from the Joseph Smith Papers (Matthew Grow)
WThe Context behind the Revelations: Using the Joseph Smith Papers in the Study of the Doctrine and Covenants (Matthew Godfrey)
Th"The Great Affliction That Is Falling Upon Us On All Sides:" The Rising Tide of Persecution in Ohio and Missouri in 1833 (Gerrit Dirkmaat)
FJoseph Smith in Nauvoo: New Perspectives on the Pivotal Final Months (Ron Esplin)

Jack S. Marshall
"Come unto Me All Ye Who Labor": Messages of Hope from Jesus' Life
Ballroom, Wilkinson Student Center (WSC), 12:30–1:25 p.m.

TLessons of Hope We Can Learn from Jesus' Family
WThe Savior's Teachings on Healing from Guilt and Shame
ThJesus' Teachings on Overcoming and Forgiving Betrayal
FLessons We Learn from the Last Day of Jesus' Life

Jared W. Ludlow
A Crash Course on the World's Four Largest Religions: Hinduism, Buddhism, Christianity, and Islam
Varsity, Wilkinson Student Center (WSC), 12:30–1:25 p.m.

TGaining a Better Understanding of Islam
WExploring the Historical Development of Christianity
ThGaining a Better Understanding of Hinduism
FGaining a Better Understanding of Buddhism




Tuesday–Friday Classes
August 19–22, 2014

1:50–2:45 p.m.

Mark E. Eastmond and Paul B. Murphy
Arm Your Family with Righteousness: Understanding the Scriptures and Teaching Them Effectively in the Home
W-111 Benson Building (BNSN), 1:50–2:45 p.m.

TUnlocking the Scriptures: Discovering Principles of Truth Is the Key
WMaster the Skills That Will Help Your Family Understand the Scriptures
ThUsing Questions to Move Principles beyond the Printed Page and into Our Lives
FWhat Does It Look Like? Principles of Family Scripture Study in Practice

John R. Bringhurst
Early Hymns of the Restoration: Sing the Forgotten Gems
W-112 Benson Building (BNSN), 1:50–2:45 p.m.

TThe Restoration Begins—The Stories and the Hymns
WThe Expanding Church and the Kirtland Temple—The Stories and the Hymns
ThMissouri Expulsion and the Twelve—The Stories and the Hymns
FNauvoo and the Martyrdom—The Stories and the Hymns

Eric D. Huntsman
Jesus in the Gospel According to Mark
377 Clyde Building (CB), 1:50–2:45 p.m.

TMark and the Testimony of Peter
WA Jesus of Deeds: Miracles in Mark
ThJesus as Preacher: The Sayings of Jesus in Mark
FJesus as Sacrifice: The Marcan Passion

Darin C. Gates
A Brief History of Moral Philosophy/Ethics
2254 Conference Center (CONF), 1:50–2:45 p.m.

TThe Ethics of Aristotle: Virtue Ethics
WThe Ethics of Stoicism: Epictetus
ThKantian Ethics: Doing What Is Right Because It Is Right
FConsequentialism: Utilitarianism

Ted M. Bair
Chosen People and Choice Lands: The Covenant of Abraham and the Nations of Israel and the Americas
2258–2260 Conference Center (CONF), 1:50–2:45 p.m.

TGod and His Chosen People
WIsrael: A Choice Land
ThThe Americas: A Choice Land
FMillennium: Grand Finale for Chosen People and Choice Lands

Continuing Legal Education Classes
214 Crabtree Building (CTB)

TA Primer on Public Land Law and Policy (James R. Rasband) (1:50–2:50 p.m.)
WGoing Global? Best Practices to Prevent Legal Risks (Paul D. Rytting) (1:50–2:50 p.m.)
ThSelect Issues in Corporate and Transactional Law (P. Christian Anderson, N. Todd Leishman, Kevin R. Pinegar) (1:50–4:50 p.m.)
FNo CLE class this hour

Merrilee A. Boyack
Experiencing Zion Right Now, Right Here
de Jong, Harris Fine Arts Center (HFAC), 1:50–2:45 p.m.

TBecoming a Zion Person: Where to Begin
WBuilding a Zion Family: One Day at a Time
ThBeing a Zion Church: It Can Start with Me
FBeginning a Zion Community: What Can I Do to Start?

Donald W. Parry and Jay A. Parry
Isaiah's Glorious Message for Our Day
Madsen, Harris Fine Arts Center (HFAC), 1:50–2:45 p.m.

TOvercoming the Isaiah "Barrier"
WIsaiah's Vision of the Love and Power of the Great Jehovah
ThIsaiah's Vision of Christ's Divine Sacrifice
FIsaiah's Vision of the Last Days and Second Coming

Jennifer Brinkerhoff Platt
Becoming as a Child: Everyday Rituals for Ordinary Disciples
Pardoe, Harris Fine Arts Center (HFAC), 1:50–2:45 p.m.

TMightily Changed: From Obedient to Elevated
WIdentifying Natural Man Tendencies
ThYielding to the Enticings of the Holy Spirit
FSubmitting and Becoming a Saint

Scott C. Marsh
Million-Dollar Choices—Empowering a Lifetime of Maximum Personal Choice through Small, Insightful, Daily Choices
Assembly Hall, Hinckley Center (HC), 1:50–2:45 p.m.

TThe Science of Personal Prosperity and Spontaneous Accumulation—Empowering the Spontaneous Energy Source Created through the Natural Disciplines of Behavioral Intelligence, Financial Intelligence, and Spiritual Intelligence
WMillion-Dollar Choices—"I.O.U.": Insightful, Objective, and User-Friendly Financial Information Resources—Creating Lifetime Financial "Resirvs" by Insightfully Managing Personal Expenses and Multiplying Resources through Great Choices
ThFive Critical Investment Insights—The Wisdom, Order, and Discipline of Multiplying Investment Portfolio Resources
FThe Spiritual Seeds of Prosperity—Maximizing Prosperity through the Dynamics of Scriptural and Prophetic Wisdom

David H. Bean
Understanding Our Journey Back to the Presence of the Father
1102 Jesse Knight Building (JKB), 1:50–2:45 p.m.

TApplications of the Atonement from the Garden of Eden: Divine Protection and Promises
WOur Journey of Obedience Is a Walk by Faith
ThOvercoming the Great and Spacious Building and the Great and Abominable Church
FOur Journey in Life Can Be Rich and Rewarding: Following the Savior's Example of a Balanced Life

Richard K. Scott
The Atonement, like a Diamond, Has Many Facets
2107 Jesse Knight Building (JKB), 1:50–2:45 p.m.

TJesus Atoned for Both Physical and Spiritual Deaths Brought About by the Fall
WIf We Meet the Required Conditions, the Atonement Can Save Us from Our Sins
ThThrough the Vicarious Experience of the Atonement, Jesus Knows Us Very Intimately
FThrough the Atonement, We Can Become "at One" with God

Kenneth L. Alford, J. B. Haws, Mark D. Ogletree , Thomas A. Wayment
Highlights from the BYU Religious Studies Center
3108 Jesse Knight Building (JKB), 1:50–2:45 p.m.

TTender Mercies in the Life of President Thomas S. Monson (Mark D. Ogletree)
WDefending the Doctrine of Deification (J.B. Haws)
ThTeaching with the 2013 Edition of the Doctrine and Covenants (Kenneth L. Alford)
FResearch Reports from the Religious Studies Center (Thomas A. Wayment)

Jeffrey N. Walker
Legal Highlights from the Restoration
B002 Joseph F. Smith Building (JFSB), 1:50–2:45 p.m.

TSolving the Puzzle of Mormon Land Rights in Missouri
WFrom Liberty to Freedom: The Prophet Joseph Smith and Missouri Justice
ThThe Kirtland Safety Society: Its Rise, Fall and Aftermath
FBeyond "A Poof Wayfaring Man of Grief": The Music and Tragedy at Carthage

Larry W. Barkdull
Rescuing Wayward Souls
B092 Joseph F. Smith Building (JFSB), 1:50–2:45 p.m.

TRescuing Wayward Souls from the Most Wicked World in Its Most Wicked Time
WThe Key to Rescuing Wayward Souls: Personal Sanctification
ThHow the Lord Rescues Wayward Souls: Luke 15—The Heart of the Gospel Message
FRescuing Wayward Souls by Harnessing the Power of Priesthood Principles

Gary P. McFadyen
Catch the Wave! Taking Part in Sharing the Gospel
B190 Joseph F. Smith Building (JFSB), 1:50–2:45 p.m.

THastening the Work—Catching the Wave of Enthusiasm for Member Missionary Work
WAll around Us! Becoming Aware of Our Missionary Opportunities
ThReach Out to Rescue—The Work of Salvation in the Ward and Inviting Those Who Were Once among Us
F"How Great Shall Be Your Joy" (D&C 18:15)—Miracles and Promised Blessings of Sharing the Gospel

Kevin Hinckley
The Disciples' Journey
Auditorium, Joseph Smith Building (JSB), 1:50–2:45 p.m.

T"Trailing Clouds of Glory" Did We Come from God
W"Call on Me When I Am Near" (D&C 88:62)
Th"To Them of the Last Wagon": When Life-Dust Clouds Our Vision
FSealed with His Image in Our Countenance: Casting Off the Natural Man

David A. Christensen
Transcendent Truths from the First Vision of the Prophet Joseph Smith
Main Floor, Marriott Center (MC), 1:50–2:45 p.m.

TGod Our Father Is a Glorified Man of Flesh and Bones
WJesus Christ Is a Resurrected, Glorified Man of Flesh and Bones
ThSatan Is a Personage of Spirit with Great but Limited Power
FSelf-Knowledge Comes Only from Revelation

Richard P. Himmer
The Anatomy of a Conversation: Teach vs. Tell
206 Martin Building (MARB), 1:50–2:45 p.m.

TThe Anatomy of a Conversation
WThe Pitfalls of Telling
ThMissionary Work vs. Selling the Gospel
FAm I a Parent or a Benevolent Dictator?

Stan G. Crippen
Building Ourselves and Our Families
207 Martin Building (MARB), 1:50–2:45 p.m.

TKeys to a Rewarding Family Life
WHow to Be Happy: Examining Your Expectations
ThBuilding Bridges instead of Walls with Your Teen
FHow to Stay Sane on the Road to Perfection

Jaren S. Hinckley
Making Sense of Classical Music: Becoming an Educated Listener
221 Martin Building (MARB), 1:50–2:45 p.m.

TMaking Sense of Music from the Renaissance—Madrigal
WMaking Sense of Music from the Baroque Era—Chorales and Cantatas
ThMaking Sense of Music from the Classical Era—Minuet Form
FMaking Sense of Music from the Romantic Era—Lieder

Barry J. Ewell
Sixty Stories of Family Historians Being Inspired in the Search for Family
222 Martin Building (MARB), 1:50–2:45 p.m.

TFamily Historians Being Inspired in the Search for Family, Stories 1-15
WFamily Historians Being Inspired in the Search for Family, Stories 16-30
ThFamily Historians Being Inspired in the Search for Family, Stories 31-45
FFamily Historians Being Inspired in the Search for Family, Stories 46-60

Scott L. Anderson
Joy in the Journey (Youth)
East Floor, Smith Fieldhouse (SFH), 1:50–2:45 p.m.

TYour Divine Design
W"The Truth Shall Make You Free" (John 8:32)
ThGuidelines to Happiness
FOur Savior's Love

Charles H. Hamilton
Becoming a Super Latter-day Saint (Youth)
250 Spencer W. Kimball Tower (SWKT), 1:50–2:45 p.m.

TImproving Your Prayers: Making Them Super
WDeepening Your Study of the Scriptures: Having Super Scripture Study
ThBeing Super Obedient
FProviding Super Service through Many Small Acts

Devin R. Toma
The Lord's Plan of Progression
151 Tanner Building (TNRB), 1:50–2:45 p.m.

TJourney to the Promised Land: An Invitation to Progress
WAgency and the Atonement: Two Eternal Companions
ThCovenants: Stepping Stones of Progression
FFaith, Hope, Charity: The Process of Exaltation

Randal A. Wright
Parenting in the LDS Home: 20 Essentials of Successful Parenting
3220–3224 Wilkinson Student Center (WSC), 1:50–2:45 p.m.

TFive Ways to Show Love and Affection in the Home
WFive Traditions That Help Protect Your Children from the World
ThFive Mistakes Every Parent Should Avoid in Raising Children
FFive Things Effective Parents Do in Their Homes

Richard E. Bennett
The Rise of Temple Consciousness among the Latter-day Saints, 1823-1893
3280–3290 Wilkinson Student Center (WSC), 1:50–2:45 p.m.

TTemple Work in Ohio and Illinois, 1823-1846
WTemple Work in the Wilderness, 1847-1870
ThTemple Work in St. George, 1870-1884
FTemple Work from 1885-1893

Jack S. Marshall
Principles of Peace from the Parables of Jesus
Ballroom, Wilkinson Student Center (WSC), 1:50–2:45 p.m.

TGaining Peace over Our Past through the Teachings of Jesus
WParables of Power: Gaining Grace to Faithfully Endure
ThThe Parable of the Tree of Life: Messages from Lehi's Dream
FThe Parables of the Lost Sheep, Coin, and Prodigal Son: Finding and Reclaiming Our Lost

Jared W. Ludlow
The Apocrypha—What's in It and Where Did It Come From?
Varsity, Wilkinson Student Center (WSC), 1:50–2:45 p.m.

TWhere Did the Apocrypha Come From? Wisdom Sayings in the Apocrypha
WAdditional Stories about Daniel and Esther
ThThe Maccabees—A Family and a Legacy
FHeroines and Heroes—Judith and Tobit




Tuesday–Friday Classes
August 19–22, 2014

3:10–4:05 p.m.

Kerry M. Muhlestein
The Breathtaking Book of Abraham: How We Got It, Answers to Question about It, and What We Can Learn from It
W-111 Benson Building (BNSN), 3:10–4:05 p.m.

THistory of the Book of Abraham
WAbrahamic Covenant
ThControversy Surrounding the Book of Abraham and Answers That Fill Us with Faith
FBook of Abraham, Astronomy, Facsimile Two, and the Temple

Sean R. Dixon
Responding to the Invitation to "Come unto Christ"
W-112 Benson Building (BNSN), 3:10–4:05 p.m.

TCome unto Christ: Begin Now to Build Your Faith
WOvercoming Feelings of Unworthiness and Engaging in True Repentance
ThWalking with Christ: Why Covenants and Ordinances Are So Important
FAllowing the Holy Ghost to Lead You to Christ

Eric D. Huntsman
Jesus in the Gospel According to Luke
377 Clyde Building (CB), 3:10–4:05 p.m.

TLuke, the Detailed, Compassionate, and Inclusive Evangelist
WPromised Savior, Son of God: The Lucan Infancy Narrative
ThRebuking the Devil, Redeeming the Fallen: Jesus' Miracles in Luke
FA Suffering and Saving Savior: The Lucan Passion

Steven Eastmond
Living after the Manner of Happiness: Overcoming Negative Emotion
2254 Conference Center (CONF), 3:10–4:05 p.m.

TPractical Tools for Overcoming Depression and Anxiety
WGood Guilt, Bad Guilt: You Mean I Don't Have to Feel Guilty for Everything?
ThHappiness in Family Relationships
FHappiness in Times of Adversity

Ted M. Bair
Building a Temple Marriage into an Eternal Marriage
2258–2260 Conference Center (CONF), 3:10–4:05 p.m.

T"And They Shall Be One" (Genesis 2:24)
W"Be Swift to Hear" (James 1:19)
Th"To Do Good and to Communicate, Forget Not" (Hebrews 13:16)
F"If Thy Brother or Sister Offend Thee . . ." (D&C 42:88)

Continuing Legal Education Classes
214 Crabtree Building (CTB)

T Utah Water Law and Growth: Emerging Conflicts (Christopher E. Bramhall) (3:10–4:10 p.m.)
W Eminent Domain Law in Utah (Thomas K. Checketts) (3:10–4:10 p.m.)
ThContinuation of 1:50–4:50 p.m. class
FNo CLE class this hour

Janice Kapp Perry and Marvin A. Goldstein
The Power of Music to Teach, Testify and Entertain
de Jong, Harris Fine Arts Center (HFAC), 3:10–4:05 p.m.

TThe Charm of Children's Music
WThe Fun and Fulfillment of Developing New Talents
ThInspirational New Words to Favorite Old Celtic Melodies
FThe Lighter Side of Music: Laugh and Learn

Jay A. Parry
Joy! "The Object and Design of Our Existence"
Madsen, Harris Fine Arts Center (HFAC), 3:10–4:05 p.m.

T"Sow in Tears but Reap in Joy" (Psalm 126:5)
W"Swallowed Up in the Joy of Christ" (Alma 31:38)
ThJoy and the Three Dimensions of Charity
FLiving after the Manner of Happiness

Brent L. Top and Justin B. Top
"How Gentle God's Commands"—The Surprising Benefits of Obedience to God's Word
Pardoe, Harris Fine Arts Center (HFAC), 3:10–4:05 p.m.

T"His Saints Securely Dwell"—Commandments as a Sign of God's Love and Grace
W"Bear a Song Away"—The Gospel as an Anchor That Empowers
Th"Sweet Refreshment Find"—Happiness and Well-Being through Obedience
F"How Kind His Precepts Are"—Spiritual Effects of Obedience to the Commandments

Scott C. Marsh
More Money than You'll Ever Need—Discover the Happiest Income in America! Living an Abundant Life While Developing the Tools of "Eternal" Prosperity
Assembly Hall, Hinckley Center (HC), 3:10–4:05 p.m.

TMore Money than You'll Ever Need: "Providently Securing Your 'Happiest Income'"—Targeting Your Point of Choice and Financial Independence
WThe Financial Path of Choice—Actualizing Your Financial Goals, Insights, and Creative Energy through the Smartest Choices You Can Make
ThMulti-Million Dollar Choices—Turning Major Personal Expenses through Great Personal Choices into Dramatic Future Financial Reserves
FProsperous Planning Partners—Financially Empowering Your Marriage and Family

Stephen K. Hunsaker
Changing False Beliefs: Improving Your Life
1102 Jesse Knight Building (JKB), 3:10–4:05 p.m.

THow Your Beliefs Influence Your Attitudes, Emotions, and Behavior
WThe Bondage of False Beliefs
ThCorrect Your Beliefs, Improve Your Relationships
FCorrect Your Beliefs, Improve Your Discipleship

Charles H. Hamilton
Help for Those Living with a Special-Needs Family Member
2107 Jesse Knight Building (JKB), 3:10–4:05 p.m.

TLive by Faith: Remember the Words of the Prophets
WDevelop Charity: Individually and as a Family
ThPractice Patience: Enduring the Difficult Times
FExpress Humor: Focus on the Positive and Find Joy

Thomas A. Wayment
Women Disciples in the New Testament
3108 Jesse Knight Building (JKB), 3:10–4:05 p.m.

TMary and Elizabeth
WMary Magdalene
ThChloe, Phoebe, Priscilla, and the Women from Paul's Missions
FChristian Women in the First Century

Kristy A. Ludwig
"Bring Up Your Children in Light and Truth" (D&C 93:40): Principles of Successful Parenting in Harmony with the Doctrines of Christ
B002 Joseph F. Smith Building (JFSB), 3:10–4:05 p.m.

T"Having Been Born of Goodly Parents, Therefore I Was Taught . . ." (1 Nephi 1:1): Promoting Responsive and Sensitive Parenting
W"We Do Not Doubt Our Mother's Knew It" (Alma 56:48): Modeling Faith in All Our Behaviors
Th"To Act for Themselves and Not to Be Acted Upon" (2 Nephi 2:26): Teaching the Prudence of Choice and the Power of Consequence
F"Be Strong and of a Good Courage; Be Not Afraid" (Joshua 1:9): Overcoming the Perils of Overprotective and Permissive Parenting

Benjamin H. White
Missionary Work in the 21st Century
B092 Joseph F. Smith Building (JFSB), 3:10–4:05 p.m.

TThe History of "Preach My Gospel"
WEvery Home an MTC
ThTen Questions to Answer While Preparing for a Mission
FTen Questions to Answer after Serving a Mission

Jeffrey D. Meservy and D. Joel Richards
Mormon Pioneers: Heroes, Lessons, and Locations along the Trail
B190 Joseph F. Smith Building (JFSB), 3:10–4:05 p.m.

TTrails, Rails, and Sails: Who the Pioneers Were and How They Made Their Journey to the Valley of the Great Salt Lake
WTraveling along the Platte and Sweetwater Rivers
ThFor Some Must Push and Some Must Pull . . .
FThe Rescuers, Brigham Young Express Riders, and Down-and-Backers

Kevin Hinckley
The Transforming Power of the Still Small Voice: How Meekness Empowers Relationships and Softens Hearts
Auditorium, Joseph Smith Building (JSB), 3:10–4:05 p.m.

TThe Sermon on the Mount, Part 1: Meek-Being and Peacemaking
WThe Sermon on the Mount, Part 2: Breaking the Tyranny of Anxiety and Fear
ThThe Husband Whisperer
FA Tale of Two Synapses: The Difference between Men's Brains and Women's Brains

Scott L. Anderson
Our Savior's Love
Main Floor, Marriott Center (MC), 3:10–4:05 p.m.

TYour Divine Design
W"The Truth Shall Make You Free" (John 8:32)
ThHis Healing Hand
F"The Prince of Peace" (Isaiah 9:6)

Richard P. Himmer
Emotional Intelligence and Personal Happiness
206 Martin Building (MARB), 3:10–4:05 p.m.

TFive Competencies of Emotional Intelligence
WEmotional Intelligence at Work
ThEQ Parents vs. Helicopter Parents
FThe Dangers of Grievances, Gripes, and Getting Offended—Learning Not to Take Offense

Fernando V. Camilo
The Church's Digital Tools and Treasures, and What's New for You
207 Martin Building (MARB), 3:10–4:05 p.m.

TLDS.org (Part 1): Digital Church Resources for You
WLDS.org (Part 2): Productivity Tools
ThThe Mormon Mobile Moment: Getting More out of the Church's Mobile Apps
FNew 2014 Resources and Lesser-known Treasures

Mark E. Beecher
Implementing Principles and Skills of the "Come, Follow Me" Curriculum to Become a Better Gospel Teacher
221 Martin Building (MARB), 3:10–4:05 p.m.

TThe Set-Up: Creating a Climate of Gospel Learning
WMaking Your Lessons Come to Life
ThAsking Good Questions That Lead to Meaningful Participation
FTaking It Home with Me

Barry J. Ewell
Forty Ways to Supercharge Your Family History Research
222 Martin Building (MARB), 3:10–4:05 p.m.

TTen Ways to Supercharge Family History on the Internet
WTen Ways to Supercharge Family History Research at Home
ThTen Ways to Supercharge Family History among Family, Friends and Neighbors
FTen Ways to Supercharge Family History Research in Libraries, Societies and Archives

Curtis L. Jacobs
The Teen Years and Early 20s, a Decade of Decision (Youth)
East Floor, Smith Fieldhouse (SFH), 3:10–4:05 p.m.

TDecade of Decision
WStand as a Witness
ThMortality: Trial or Triumph
FHow to Be Chaste While Being Chased

Devin R. Toma
"Be Thou an Example of the Believers" (Youth)
250 Spencer W. Kimball Tower (SWKT), 3:10–4:05 p.m.

TThe Power of Testimony
WTricks, Traps, and Avoiding Temptation
ThPersonal Revelation
F"Be Thou an Example of the Believers" (1 Timothy 4:12)

Connie E. Sokol
We Are Women of God: Living with Joy and Purpose as a Woman, Wife, and Mother
151 Tanner Building (TNRB), 3:10–4:05 p.m.

THoly Habits: Coping with Trials, Tribulations, and Tragedies
WJoy in Womanhood: Divine Identity and Daily Self-Worth
ThBalance in Motherhood: Enjoy Raising Our Children as Future Stellar Adults
FFit and Fabulous: Blossoming Mother and Daughter's Real Beauty, Inside and Out

Daniel C. Peterson
Truly He Is Risen: A Historical Case for the Resurrection of Christ
3220–3224 Wilkinson Student Center (WSC), 3:10–4:05 p.m.

TThe Witness of the Gospels
WThe Collective Witness of the Original Twelve
ThPaul, the Neglected Witness
FThe Witness of the Restoration

Terry B. Ball
Making Sense of Isaiah
3280–3290 Wilkinson Student Center (WSC), 3:10–4:05 p.m.

TWhy and How to Study Isaiah
WIsaiah and Jehovah
ThIsaiah and the Messiah
FIsaiah and the Restoration

C. Robert Line
Doctrines of Hope, Justification, and Sanctification
Ballroom, Wilkinson Student Center (WSC), 3:10–4:05 p.m.

TJustification and Sanctification—Salvation in and through Christ
WThe Atonement and the Pre-Mortal Existence
ThJustification and Sanctification: Available to All God's Children through True Conversion
FAnswers to Sometimes Difficult Questions on Sin, Repentance, and Forgiveness

Robert L. Gleave
Reconciling Paradoxes: Wrestling with Principles That Seem Contradictory
Varsity, Wilkinson Student Center (WSC), 3:10–4:05 p.m.

TWhen Paradigms Collide
WMaking Sense of Sorrow and Suffering
ThReconciling Justice and Mercy
FOpposition in All Things—A Compound in One




Tuesday–Friday Classes
August 19–22, 2014

4:30–5:25 p.m.

Kerry M. Muhlestein
Helping Others and Ourselves Find God's Love, and Delivering Reach in the Old Testament
W-111 Benson Building (BNSN), 4:30–5:25 p.m.

TSeeing God's Unceasing, Relentless Love in the Old Testament
WGod's Love in Old Testament History and Its Contrasts with Ancient and Modern False Gods
ThFinding Old Testament Symbols That Move Us to the Atoning Power of Deliverance
FSymbols in Old Testament Stories That Help Us Feel Christ's Atoning Power

Kristen D. Wright
Do-It-Yourself Strategies to Improve Health
W-112 Benson Building (BNSN), 4:30–5:25 p.m.

T"Healthy," "Nutritious," and "Natural" Foods and Lifestyle: Reality vs. Hype
WTummy Troubles: Understanding Common Digestive Disorders
ThSugar, Shots, and Clots: Habits to Help Heart Disease and Diabetes
FFeeling Blue? Insights and Self-Help Tips for Depression

Gregory L. Johnson
Coming unto Christ through Righteous Living
377 Clyde Building (CB), 4:30–5:25 p.m.

TThe Importance of Teaching as Jesus Taught
WDeciding Today to Follow the Savior
ThConversion—The Process of Becoming like Christ
FCenter Your Life in Christ . . . TODAY!

G. Shad Martin
Basic Training for Gospel Teachers: Simple Fundamentals to Help You Reach Those You Teach
2254 Conference Center (CONF), 4:30–5:25 p.m.

TCultivating an Atmosphere of Love, Respect, and Purpose
WThe Fundamentals of Gospel Teaching
ThHelping Those in Our Class Explain, Share, and Testify
FBefore the Lesson Begins

Taylor D. Halverson
Studying the Scriptures Geographically
2258–2260 Conference Center (CONF), 4:30–5:25 p.m.

TStudying the Scriptures Geographically Enhances Contextual Understanding
WUsing Scriptures.byu.edu to Study the Scriptures Geographically
ThUsing Google Earth to Study the Scriptures Geographically
FUsing VirtualWorldProject.org, Google Street View, and Other Tools for Studying the Scriptures Geographically

James Oneil Miner
Uplifting Examples: The Power of Music in Determining Your Destiny
Madsen, Harris Fine Arts Center (HFAC), 4:30–5:25 p.m.

TFaith of Our Fathers—A Rich Heritage of Music
WThe Prophet Joseph Smith's Journey with Music
ThSeeking the Savior with Music
FLearning, Sharing, and Testifying: Inviting the Spirit through Music

Scott C. Marsh
Transformational Innovations That Will Enhance Personal Prosperity
Assembly Hall, Hinckley Center (HC), 4:30–5:25 p.m.

TThe Wealth of Great Health—Innovations that Will Increase Your Longevity, Wellness, and Financial Prosperity
WWireless Prosperity—Revolutionary Applications, Alerts, and Devices
ThTen Areas of Innovation That Will Positively Change Your Financial World in the Next Ten Years
FWorld-Class Prosperity—P.R.I.M.E.D. for an Abundant and Prosperous World

Rebecca Davies and Lesley A. Meacham
Christ as the Shepherd, Bridegroom, Lamb, and Light
1102 Jesse Knight Building (JKB), 4:30–5:25 p.m.

TChrist as the Good Shepherd
WChrist as the Bridegroom
ThChrist as the Passover Lamb
FChrist as the Light of the World

LeGrand D. Laing
Powerful Parenting Principles
2107 Jesse Knight Building (JKB), 4:30–5:25 p.m.

TBuilding Unity in Family Relationships through the Scriptures and the Temple
WEmpowering Agency and Increasing Freedom by Effectively and Consistently Teaching the Gospel to Our Children—Part 1
ThEmpowering Agency and Increasing Freedom by Effectively and Consistently Teaching the Gospel to Our Children—Part 2
FInstilling within Our Children an Understanding of the Power of Repentance and the Miracle of Forgiveness

Thomas A. Wayment
Four New Testament Topics for Latter-day Saints
3108 Jesse Knight Building (JKB), 4:30–5:25 p.m.

TEarly Church Organization: Apostles, Bishops, and Deacons
WMarriage in the New Testament: Understanding the Teaching, "They Neither Marry, nor Are Given in Marriage"
ThHow Salvation Is Taught in the New Testament
FJesus Christ: Messiah, Lord, and Savior

Kristy A. Ludwig
"For God Hath Not Given Us the Spirit of Fear; but of Power, and of Love, and of a Sound Mind" (2 Timothy 1:7): Helping Your Children Forge Confidence and Overcome Fear
B002 Joseph F. Smith Building (JFSB), 4:30–5:25 p.m.

TPeace in My Home: Parenting Strategies for Effectively Identifying and Responding to Worries and Fears
WPeace in My Children: Helping Children/Teens Overcome Fear and Anxiety and Increase Competence and Resilience
ThPeace in My Heart: Self-Care for Finding and Keeping a Sound Mind and Confident Perspective While Parenting
FPeace in the World (Teen Stress Rivals That of Adults): Raising Emotionally Healthy Children in a Pressure-Filled and Fast-Paced World

Richard W. Jordan Jr.
Family Relationships Taught through the Book of Mormon
B092 Joseph F. Smith Building (JFSB), 4:30–5:25 p.m.

THow The Book of Mormon Helps Spouses Love and Care for Each Other
WHow The Book of Mormon Helps Parents Teach Their Children to Understand the Atonement and Live Righteously in Difficult Times
ThHow The Book of Mormon Helps Parents with Children Who Wander
FHow The Book of Mormon Helps Siblings to Be Unified in Their Relationships

Andrea Erickson Lindsey
Refinement of the Soul: A Faith-Filled Venture
B190 Joseph F. Smith Building (JFSB), 4:30–5:25 p.m.

TRefining Our Efforts: Mastering the Basics of the Gospel
WCourageously Living the Doctrine of the Family: How It Refines Us
ThFaithfully Accepting Adversity: It Refines Us and Propels Us Forward
FFaithfully Living Our Covenants: Obtaining and Understanding the Gifts of the Spirit

Harold T. Stokes
Physics Is More Fun Than You Think
206 Martin Building (MARB), 4:30–5:25 p.m.

TAngular Momentum: Things That Go Round and Round
WDoppler Effect: Caught by Speed Radar
ThStanding Waves: Waves That Break Things
FElectricity and Magnets: Invisible Stuff That's Real

Ryan K. Eggett
"For My Soul Delighteth in the Song of the Heart" (D&C 25:12): More Messages, Stories, and Life-Changing Doctrines of the LDS Hymns
207 Martin Building (MARB), 4:30–5:25 p.m.

T"Be Still, My Soul": Gaining Strength and Perspective from the Doctrines and Stories of the Hymns of Prayer and Supplication
W"Children of Our Heavenly Father": What the Hymns Teach Us about Our Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ and Our Relationship to Them
Th"Hastening the Work": Great Stories and Messages of the Songs of the Restoration and Missionary Work
FThe Stories behind More of Our Favorite Hymns, and a Second Look at What Really Happened to "Come Thou Fount"

Mark E. Beecher
Ancient Books of Scripture on Modern-Day Problems
221 Martin Building (MARB), 4:30–5:25 p.m.

TKing Noah and Addiction
WAlma on Self-Worth and Depression
ThJob and Trials
FJacob on Doubting

Barry J. Ewell
Extremely Effective Habits of Genealogists
222 Martin Building (MARB), 4:30–5:25 p.m.

TExtremely Effective Habits 1-9 of Genealogists
WExtremely Effective Habits 10-19 of Genealogists
ThExtremely Effective Habits 20-29 of Genealogists
FExtremely Effective Habits 30-36 of Genealogists

John G. Bytheway and Brad R. Wilcox
Learning for Myself (Youth)
East Floor, Smith Fieldhouse (SFH), 4:30–5:25 p.m.

TThe Gospel: Good News, Good News, Read All about It
WRough Start, Great Finish: How Our Present Trials and Problems Can Prepare Us for the Future
Th"Let No Man Despise Thy Youth" (1 Timothy 4:12)
FProphets, Seers, and Revelators and "Yes, You Can"

Brian G. Andre
Wake Up and Be Awesome! (Youth)
250 Spencer W. Kimball Tower (SWKT), 4:30–5:25 p.m.

TAlways Remember Him: Learn to More Fully Accept Our Savior's Infinite Love!
WDare to Share: Fun and Easy Ways to Share the Gospel with Friends
ThBorn to Make a Difference: The Power of One Youth!
FStand for Something: Having Courage to Face the Challenges of Life!

H. Wallace Goddard
The Complete Parent
151 Tanner Building (TNRB), 4:30–5:25 p.m.

TThe "Natural Parent" Is An Enemy to Children—The Changed Parent Is Effective (Mosiah 3:19; Mosiah 5:2)
WUnderstanding Our Children: Growing Godly Compassion
ThLaw of the Harvest: The Fundamental Principle of Accountability
FNurture: The Law of Love

John R. Stoker
Talk about Anything, Anytime, with Anyone: Principles for Holding REAL Conversations
3220–3224 Wilkinson Student Center (WSC), 4:30–5:25 p.m.

TEngaging in REAL Talk: Principles for Holding REAL Conversations
WThe Awareness Principle: Improving Relationships and Results by Seeing Ourselves as We Are Seen
ThThe Expression Principle: Creating Interest and Collaboration by How We Speak and Act Toward Others
FThe Discovery Principle: Asking Questions That Lead to Understanding, Learning, and Clarity of Thought

Hank Smith
Simple Steps to a Happier Life
3280–3290 Wilkinson Student Center (WSC), 4:30–5:25 p.m.

TThe Science of Happiness
WWhat the Scriptures Teach about Happiness
ThLearning to Accentuate the Positive
FMore Patience, Less Contention = More Happiness

C. Robert Line
Gospel Symbolism and the Atonement
Ballroom, Wilkinson Student Center (WSC), 4:30–5:25 p.m.

TSymbols of Creation: The Account of the Beginning, the Days of Creation, the Rib and Dust of the Earth
WSymbols of Salvation: The Four Groups of People in Lehi's Dream, Matthew 13, and D&C Section 76
ThSymbols of Exaltation: The Tree of Life and the Ancient Tabernacle
FSymbols of Redemption: The Parables of Jesus—Symbolic Stories of the Atonement

Margaret E. Pickard
Parenting with Love and Laughter: Raising Great Children and Loving Every Minute of It
Varsity, Wilkinson Student Center (WSC), 4:30–5:25 p.m.

TWhat Children Need from Their Parents: How to Raise Responsible Children
WGreat Children Are Raised with Praise
ThBeing a Great Parent
FDigital Media and Your Family




Tuesday–Friday Classes
August 19–22, 2014

5:50–6:45 p.m.

W. Craig Judd
Provident Living, Provident Giving: Prepare Your Nest Egg for a Satisfying Retirement
377 Clyde Building (CB), 5:50–6:45 p.m.

TGrow Your Nest Egg
WUnderstand Your Nest Egg
ThUse Your Nest Egg
FShare Your Nest Egg

David E. Bokovoy
"If You Could Hie to Kolob" (Hyms, no. 284): The Council of the Gods in Modern Revelation and the Ancient World
1102 Jesse Knight Building (JKB), 5:50–6:45 p.m.

TThe Council of the Gods
WProphets as Messengers for the Divine Council
ThProphets as Moderators for the Divine Council
FDivine Council Imagery in the Book of Mormon

Stephan D. Taeger
"Draw Near unto Me"—Our Sacred Relationship with Deity
2107 Jesse Knight Building (JKB), 5:50–6:45 p.m.

T"For God Hath Not Given Us The Spirit of Fear"—Overcoming the Need for Worldly Approval
W"Yea, and My Soul Did Long to Be There"—Exploring Our Divine Desire to Be in the Presence of God
Th"The Only True God"—Coming to a "Fresh View about God"
F"What Therefore God Hath Joined Together"—Maintaining a Marriage Filled with Love

Shon D. Hopkin
Bringing the Book of Genesis to Life in Our Modern Discipleship
3108 Jesse Knight Building (JKB), 5:50–6:45 p.m.

TMoses, Abraham, Genesis, and the Creation Story: Using the Pearl of Great Price to Understand the Creation
WUnderstanding the Fall and the First Great Lie
ThGenesis, Covenants, and Ancient Ordinance
FGenesis Points to Christ

N. Lee Smith
Practical Methods for Dealing Well with Stress
B002 Joseph F. Smith Building (JFSB), 5:50–6:45 p.m.

TThe Real Cause of (Dis)tress: Thinking Issues
WGetting Still: Finding Your Inner Wisdom
ThConnectedness: Bringing Separate Realities Together
FVisualizing the Change: Fast Ways to Transform Responses

Stephanie D. Sorensen
Teaching the Gospel in the Home
B092 Joseph F. Smith Building (JFSB), 5:50–6:45 p.m.

T"All Thy Children Shall Be Taught of the Lord": Formal and Informal Opportunities to Teach Doctrine
W"First Seek to Obtain My Word": Materials, Media, and Patterns for Studying and Teaching the Gospel
Th"It Shall Be Given You in the Very Hour": Teaching Our Children by the Spirit
F"That He May Be An Example": Acting, Inviting to Act, and Modeling the Learning Process

Monte F. Shelley
Search the Scriptures: Computers, Ideas, and Resources
B190 Joseph F. Smith Building (JFSB), 5:50–6:45 p.m.

TLost in Translation: Tools to Improve Our Understanding
WCovenants, Commandments, and Ancient Temple Symbolism: Translating Correct Principles into Practice Heals Relationships
ThLanguage, Culture, and Geography: Tools and Resources for Beginners and Students
FSeek Words of Wisdom: Questions That Lead to Meaningful Scripture Study

Randy B. Clegg
"What's Your Objective" in Teaching Youth?
206 Martin Building (MARB), 5:50–6:45 p.m.

TPrinciples to Enhance Readiness and Examples of Effective Object Lessons
WEnhancing Teaching with a Variety of Methods That Can Be Used in Any Teaching Setting
ThClassroom Activities That Foster Unity and a Learning Environment of Love, Respect, Purpose, and Participation
FAccomplishing Our Objective: Why We Do What We Do . . . Best Practices of Living, Teaching, Reaching, and Administering to Help Foster Conversion

Benjamin J. Knowlton
General Conference: Taking It Personally
207 Martin Building (MARB), 5:50–6:45 p.m.

TAssignments Given and Questions Answered in the Recent General Conferences
WIf It's on the Prophet's Mind, It Matters
ThOft-Repeated Messages and Themes of the Most Recent General Conferences
FLearning from the Lives of the Modern-day Apostles

G. Sheldon Martin
Learning the Healer's Art
221 Martin Building (MARB), 5:50–6:45 p.m.

TLearning the Healer's Art: The Art of Listening
WLearning the Healer's Art: Enabling Inappropriate Behavior Will Not Heal
ThLearning the Healer's Art: Kindness Can Bring Down Barriers
FLearning the Healer's Art: Miracles Have Not Ceased

Kelly R. Summers
Methods for Finding Complete and Correct Genealogical Information
222 Martin Building (MARB), 5:50–6:45 p.m.

TFamily Group Analysis
WEvidence Evaluation—How Do I Determine What is Correct?
ThAdding Sources to Our Genealogical Records
FDescendancy Research

Karson B. and Betsy L. Denney
Ballroom Dancing for Teens
270–278 Richards Building (RB), 5:50–6:45 p.m.

TFoxtrot
WNew York Hustle
ThTriple Swing
FAmerican Rumba

John G. Bytheway
Tips for Tackling Teenage Troubles (Youth)
East Floor, Smith Fieldhouse (SFH), 5:50–6:45 p.m.

T"Come unto Christ, and Be Perfected in Him, and Deny Yourselves of All Ungodliness" (Moroni 10:32)
WArise and Shine Forth (D&C 115:5) or, Get Up and Glow!
ThFive Scriptures That Will Help You Get through Almost Anything
FThe Tour de Family: Doing Your Part to Help Your Family Succeed

D. Mick Smith
Keeping Spiritually Based in Your Decade of Decision (Youth)
250 Spencer W. Kimball Tower (SWKT), 5:50–6:45 p.m.

TYour "Friends and Family Plan"
WMaking and Keeping Sacred Covenants
ThMission and Marriage
FEnduring to the End

H. Wallace Goddard
Some Surprising Discoveries in Marriage
151 Tanner Building (TNRB), 5:50–6:45 p.m.

TThe "Natural Man or Woman" Is An Enemy to His/Her Spouse (Mosiah 3:19)
WFaith and Optimism Are Fundamental
ThRepentance Is the Essence of Growth (2 Nephi 2:21)
FCovenants Draw the Power of Charity

Cindy F. Kern
Issues in Modern-Day America
3220–3224 Wilkinson Student Center (WSC), 5:50–6:45 p.m.

TThe Declaration of Independence: How God-Given Rights Erect a Wall against Tyrants
WThe Conscience of a Nation: How the Declaration Sets the Standard for Equality and the Sanctity of Life
ThPolitical Correctness and the Erosion of Freedom of Speech and Freedom of Religion
FAmerica's Godly Heritage: The Role of Human Nature, Religion, and Virtue

Hank Smith
The CORE of Trust
3280–3290 Wilkinson Student Center (WSC), 5:50–6:45 p.m.

TThe CORE of Trust: Compassion
WThe CORE of Trust: Openness
ThThe CORE of Trust: Reliability
FThe CORE of Trust: Expertise

Ted M. Bair
The Second Coming of Christ: Parallels with Christ's First Coming
Ballroom, Wilkinson Student Center (WSC), 5:50–6:45 p.m.

TWarnings: Changes on Earth and in the Heavens
WThe Events: Appearances of Jesus Christ
ThReactions: How the Presence of Jesus Christ Affects His Father's Children
FOutcome: Knowledge, Endurance, and Covenants

David A. LeFevre
The Unique Messages of the Four Gospels
Varsity, Wilkinson Student Center (WSC), 5:50–6:45 p.m.

TThe Gospel of Mark
WThe Gospel of Matthew
ThThe Gospel of Luke
FThe Gospel of John




Tuesday–Friday Classes
August 19–22, 2014

7:10–8:05 p.m.

Blair V. Tolman
Deepening Your Knowledge of the Scriptures through the Joseph Smith Translation of the Bible
377 Clyde Building (CB), 7:10–8:05 p.m.

TDeepening Your Knowledge of the Joseph Smith Translation of the Old Testament
WDeepening Your Knowledge of the Joseph Smith Translation of the New Testament
ThDeepening Your Knowledge of the Joseph Smith Translation and the Book of Moses
FDeepening Your Knowledge of the Joseph Smith Translation and Joseph Smith—Matthew

Margaret E. Pickard
Cooperative Parenting after Divorce
1102 Jesse Knight Building (JKB), 7:10–8:05 p.m.

TCooperative Parenting between Two Homes
WThe Effects of Conflict on Children
ThHappy Holidays: Holiday Plans for Parents Who Share Custody
FSuccessful Step-Parenting

Stephanie H. Taylor
Enduring Well the Journey of Infertility
2107 Jesse Knight Building (JKB), 7:10–8:05 p.m.

TInfertility: A Trial of Faith
WCoping with Infertility in a Family-Oriented Culture
ThOvercoming the Challenges of Infertility
FMaintaining Hope When the Blessing of Children is Delayed

Shon D. Hopkin
The Power of the Psalms: Christ, the Ancient Temple, and Modern Worship
3108 Jesse Knight Building (JKB), 7:10–8:05 p.m.

TThe Psalms, Music, and Religious Ritual
WThe Psalms, Ancient Festivals, and Ancient Temple Worship
ThThe Psalms and Christ
FThe Psalms and the Plan of Salvation

Sherrie Mills Johnson
Loving Your Life: Life Is to Be Enjoyed, Not Endured!
B190 Joseph F. Smith Building (JFSB), 7:10–8:05 p.m.

T"The Truth Shall Make Your Free" from Negative Emotions
WEscaping the Bondage of Unnecessary Pain and Misery
ThPractical Tools to Use to Escape Unnecessary Pain
FThe Joy (and Peace) That Is Ours

Ted P. Asay
Parenting Strategies to Help Children and Teens Manage Stress and Anxiety
206 Martin Building (MARB), 7:10–8:05 p.m.

TIs There a Problem? Recognizing the Manifestations and Sources of Stress and Anxiety in Youth
WAdjusting the View: Changing Negative Thoughts and Using Positive Self-Talk
ThBuilding Strength: Coping Strategies and Self-Esteem
FHealing Relationships: Enhancing Connections and Relying on the Atonement of Jesus Christ

Jonathan R. West
Things That Matter Most
207 Martin Building (MARB), 7:10–8:05 p.m.

TAvoiding Pride and Prejudice
WExcuses vs. Responsibility
ThControl the Media before It Controls You
FNo Regrets: The Power to Change

E. Karen Shores
Stress Management: Lessons from the Savior
221 Martin Building (MARB), 7:10–8:05 p.m.

TWhat the Savior Teaches about Stress (Afflictions, Trials, Challenges) and Its Purpose
WThe Savior's Lessons on How to Prevent Some of Our Stress
ThThe Savior's Lessons on How to Minimize the Stress We Can't Prevent
FThe Savior's Lessons That Build Our Capacity to Deal with Stress

Kelly R. Summers
Family History and Technology
222 Martin Building (MARB), 7:10–8:05 p.m.

TBlog Your Family History
WOral Interviews
ThUse Google in Family History Research
FPreserving and Sharing Family History

Karson B. and Betsy L. Denney
Ballroom Dancing
270–278 Richards Building (RB), 7:10–8:05 p.m.

TFoxtrot
WNew York Hustle
ThTriple Swing
FAmerican Rumba

G. Shad Martin
How the "Sunday School Answers" Help Me to Come unto Christ and Be Perfected in Him (Youth)
East Floor, Smith Fieldhouse (SFH), 7:10–8:05 p.m.

TComing unto Christ through Prayer
WComing unto Christ through Scripture Study
ThComing unto Christ through Repentance
FComing unto Christ through Attending Church and Serving Therein

Stephanie D. Sorensen
How Firm a Foundation (Hymns, no. 85): Anchors in a Shifting World (Youth)
250 Spencer W. Kimball Tower (SWKT), 7:10–8:05 p.m.

TSpiritual Soldiers: Home as a Bunker
WPersonal Revelation: Recognizing Communication from the Spirit
ThLiving Prophets: Safety in Counsel
FThe Rock of Our Redeemer: Standing Alone (but Not Alone)

Brian W. Ricks
Lessons from the Life of James E. Talmage
151 Tanner Building (TNRB), 7:10–8:05 p.m.

TJames E. Talmage's Early Educational Experiences at Home and at School
WJames E. Talmage's Mission to the Eastern U.S. to Gain an Advanced Education
ThJames E. Talmage's Role in Saving the University of Utah
FThe Writings of Elder James E. Talmage

Brad E. Petersen
Food, Family, and Friends = Fun
3220–3224 Wilkinson Student Center (WSC), 7:10–8:05 p.m.

THealthy Food in Today's World
WA Healthy Family Starts in the Kitchen
ThInviting Friends into Our Home
FFood, Family, and Friends Does Equal Fun in the Kitchen

Lynne Hilton Wilson
Preparing for Personal Revelation
3280–3290 Wilkinson Student Center (WSC), 7:10–8:05 p.m.

THow Can I Distinguish the Spirit's Revelation from My Own Thoughts?
WHow Often Can I Feel Direction from the Spirit?
ThWhat If I Don't Feel Direction from God?
FHow Can I Receive More Inspiration from the Spirit of the Lord?

Patrick D. Degn
The Church as the Bride of Christ in the Prophecy of Isaiah
Ballroom, Wilkinson Student Center (WSC), 7:10–8:05 p.m.

TThe Lord's Promise and Declaration of Betrothal to the Church (Isaiah 42-43)
WThe Preparation of the Church as the Bride of Christ (Isaiah 49-51)
ThThe Lord Offers Himself as the Price for the Bride's Redemption (Isaiah 52-53)
FThe Bride of Christ Dwelling Safely in the House of the Bridegroom (Isaiah 54-55)

Kevin R. Miller
Increasing Personal Effectiveness: Living Happier, More Productive Lives
Varsity, Wilkinson Student Center (WSC), 7:10–8:05 p.m.

TStress OUT: Managing Stress in a Busy Life
WJoy IN: The Art of Finding Joy in Everyday Life
ThBorn Free: Managing Personal Time
FLiving a Balanced Life




Tuesday–Friday Classes
August 19–22, 2014

8:30–9:25 p.m.

Blair V. Tolman
For the Strength of Parents—Principles of Parenting That Reinforce "For the Strength of Youth" and Its Teachings on Dating
377 Clyde Building (CB), 8:30–9:25 p.m.

TDating versus "Hanging Out": Understanding the Difference
WTeaching Your Teens LDS Dating Basics: When, What, and Who?
ThPreparing to Properly Parent Your Teens through Their Dating Years
FTeaching Your Teens the Social Do's and Don'ts of Dating

Margaret E. Pickard
Life after Divorce: New Beginnings Financially and Emotionally
1102 Jesse Knight Building (JKB), 8:30–9:25 p.m.

TProtecting Your Assets before, during and after Divorce
WForgiveness: Moving Forward, Not Backward
ThRaising Great Children in Two Homes
FSuccessful Step-Parenting

Stephanie H. Taylor
Living a Life Defined by Discipleship
2107 Jesse Knight Building (JKB), 8:30–9:25 p.m.

TAnswering the Call: "Come Follow Me"
WLiving Up to Your Potential and Privilege
ThPreparing Ourselves for the Great Day of the Lord
FSpiritual Gifts that Stretch and Strengthen Us

Christian D. Raleigh
Finding Shade under the Savior's Grace
3108 Jesse Knight Building (JKB), 8:30–9:25 p.m.

TRest through His Atonement—Reaching Out Daily to Touch the Hem of His Garment
WHope and Healing Can Be Found by Tapping into God's Immense Power
ThAdversity IS Part of Our Heavenly Father's Plan
FThere Is Hope for Loved Ones Who Seem Lost—The Amazing Grace of Christ

Ted P. Asay
Finding Inner Peace in Today's World: Strategies for Managing Stress, Anxiety and Emotional Turmoil
206 Martin Building (MARB), 8:30–9:25 p.m.

TRethinking the Situation: Creating More Optimistic and Empowering Thought Patterns
WChanging Perceptions of Self: Cultivating Self-Compassion and Quieting the Inner Critic
ThRevitalizing the Self: Relationships, Relaxation, and Spirituality
FDeveloping Christlike Virtues That Reduce Stress and Enhance Emotional Health: Forgiveness, Altruism, and Gratitude

Blair G. Van Dyke
A Visual Expedition through Biblical Lands: Connecting Old and New Testament Text to Images
207 Martin Building (MARB), 8:30–9:25 p.m.

TJerusalem and Judea
WJericho, Masada, and the Dead Sea
ThGalilee, Where Jesus Lived
FThe Final Week: Jesus' Last Supper to the Garden Tomb

E. Karen Shores
Surviving Alone
221 Martin Building (MARB), 8:30–9:25 p.m.

TBut It Is "Not Good for Man to Be Alone" (Genesis 2:18)
WAlone but Not Lonely
ThChange the Perspective
FFinding the Blessings

Kelly R. Summers
FamilySearch Resources
222 Martin Building (MARB), 8:30–9:25 p.m.

TFamilySearch—Family Tree
WFamily Tree—Adding Photos and Stories
ThFamilySearch—Historical Records Online
FFamilySearch—Free Learning Resources

Karson B. and Betsy L. Denney
Ballroom Dancing for Adults
270–278 Richards Building (RB), 8:30–9:25 p.m.

TFoxtrot
WNew York Hustle
ThTriple Swing
FAmerican Rumba

Hank Smith
Break Out of the Typical Teenage Mold (Youth)
East Floor, Smith Fieldhouse (SFH), 8:30–9:25 p.m.

TBuilding an Unshakeable Testimony
WThe Essence of Greatness
ThFighting For (Not With) Your Family
FThe Wise Man's Foundation

Jonathan R. West
Decisions Determine Destiny (Youth)
250 Spencer W. Kimball Tower (SWKT), 8:30–9:25 p.m.

TMission Possible: This Is Your Mission, Should You Choose to Accept It
WLife Is like Riding a Bicycle—You Must Have Balance to Move Forward
ThKeys to Successful Dating
FStay within the Lines

D. Mick Smith
The Greatness of the Book of Revelation
151 Tanner Building (TNRB), 8:30–9:25 p.m.

TScripture Symbolism and Understanding the Book of Revelation
WThe Letters to the Seven Churches
ThThe War in Heaven and on Earth
FThe Second Coming, the Millennial Reign, the Judgment, and Our Heavenly Home

Brad E. Petersen
Food, Family, and Friends = Fun (Cooking Demonstrations)
3220–3224 Wilkinson Student Center (WSC), 8:30–9:25 p.m.

THealthy Food in Today's World
WA Healthy Family Starts in the Kitchen
ThInviting Friends into Our Home
FFood, Family, and Friends Does Equal Fun in the Kitchen

Lynne Hilton Wilson
The World of Women in the New Testament
3280–3290 Wilkinson Student Center (WSC), 8:30–9:25 p.m.

TThe World of Women in the New Testament: Christ Commissioned Women
WThe World of Women in the New Testament: Christ Healed Families
ThThe World of Women in the New Testament: Christianity Authorized Women's Worship
FThe World of Women in the New Testament: Apostles Charged Women to Pray, Veil, and Worship

Patrick D. Degn
Fortifying Our Faith: Legacies and Lessons for the Last Days
Ballroom, Wilkinson Student Center (WSC), 8:30–9:25 p.m.

TThe Sign and the Son of Jonas: Peter and Jonah as Models of Conversion
WOf Bricks and Barges: Building on the Bedrock of Faith in the Midst of Babylon
ThLachoneus: A Legacy of Faith and Lessons for the Family
FSacred Spaces and Fortified Faith: Lessons from Esther, Ezra, and Nehemiah

Kevin R. Miller
Of One Heart and Mind: The Art of Effective Communication
Varsity, Wilkinson Student Center (WSC), 8:30–9:25 p.m.

TEffective Communication: What Is Your Style?
WBetween Brothers and Sisters: Tips and Tools for Communicating with the Other Gender by Cluing In to Physical, Mental, Spiritual, and Cultural Differences
ThBetween Brothers and Sisters: Tips and Tools for Communicating with the Other Gender by Cueing In to Verbal and NonVerbal Communication Patterns
FKeep Conflict from Becoming Contention