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Unable to travel to Provo? Tune in to BYU Women's Conference online

For women unable to attend BYU Women's Conference, held in Provo, Utah, on May 3-4, select sessions will be live streamed on LDS.org and on the Mormon Channel.

Select sessions of the annual conference — cosponsored by BYU and the Relief Society — will be available live in both English and Spanish, and will later be available in the LDS.org Media Library.

This year's theme, "Strengthen One Another in the Lord," comes from the Book of Alma in the Book of Mormon.

"We are aware of numerous scriptural entreaties to act in charity, to love one another as we love the Lord," said Sandra Rogers, chairwoman of the 2018 BYU Women's Conference, in the conference program. "We are also taught to bring each other to Christ. We hope in the sessions you attend at Women's Conference this year you will learn more about how we can strengthen each other in the Lord (see Alma 15:18), how to build in others through our relationships and interactions a deeper faith in Jesus Christ and His Atoning sacrifice, and how to build our own spiritual strength on the foundation of Jesus Christ and 'be strong in the power of His might' (see Ephesians 6:10).

"The philosophies of the world can often lead people to thing we can rely on something that differs from the gospel and from prophetic counsel. ... Our goal in this conference is to help ourselves and others remain steadfastly on the rock of Jesus Christ (see Helaman 5:12)."

The keynote addresses including a message from the Relief Society general presidency on Thursday afternoon, from 3:45 to 5 p.m.; and a message from Elder Gerrit W. Gong of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles and his wife, Sister Susan L. Gong, on Friday at 3:45 to 5 p.m.

For archived keynote addresses visit www.lds.org/broadcasts/2016-womens-conference?lang=eng.

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