Women had many different reasons for how they chose their outfits for the BYU Women’s Conference. Most said comfort was their first concern.
BYU hosted the largest two-day gathering of LDS women anywhere in the world on May 4-5 at its annual Women’s Conference. Over 200 presenters shared their thoughts, and conversion, healing and sharing the gospel emerged as prominent themes at this year’s conference.
BYU professor Michelle Stott James and former member of the Young Women’s General Presidency Virginia H. Pearce spoke on the unique blessings and knowledge available through exhorting and expounding upon the scriptures during a Friday Afternoon session of Women’s Conference.
Author and therapist Wendy Ulrich and Vice President of Student Life Jan Scharman spoke on the why and how of forgiving oneself in a Friday afternoon session of BYU Women’s Conference.
The General Relief Society Presidency said Relief Society can help women accomplish extraordinary things in its BYU Women’s Conference session on Friday.
Sunday School General President Brother Tad R. Callister and his wife, Sister Kathryn Callister, closed the first day of the 2017 BYU Women’s Conference by speaking on the healing power of Christ.