7:45 AM – 8:45 AM – Registration

8:45 AM – 9:15 AM – Welcome and Opening Remarks

9:15 AM – 10:15 AM   – Opening Speaker

“Engaging in the Process of Acquiring Spiritual Knowledge” 
Katie Ivie

Living in an age where information can be distributed by a click of a button, deciphering between God’s truths and the philosophies of the world can be challenging. When we are faced with a faith crisis, a personal question for God, or a question about our church’s doctrine, it is important we know how to turn Heavenward for the answers we seek. In this class, we will learn a pattern to acquire spiritual knowledge from our Heavenly Father that can help us gain confidence in our ability to answer our lives toughest questions.

10:25 AM – 11:25 AM – BREAKOUT SESSION #1

1- “Learning to Love Your Imperfections, While Living in a Perfection Obsessed World”
Jen Parker

An introspective look into what makes us, as LDS women, so addicted and envious of perfection (or perceived perfection). Going hand in hand with that will be ways we can use Christ’s Atonement to learn to love ourselves completely even with all our imperfections. Taught by a super imperfect girl.

2- “But if Not… Holding to the Iron Rod No Matter What!”
Lindsey Shipley

Life isn’t always easy! Sometimes it gets hard, really hard! In this class, Lindsey will be sharing her journey with cancer diagnosis and treatment at age 26. We all have a picture perfect version of our life, but sometimes the Lord has other plans! The true test is accepting the unique challenges He extends, keeping our covenants, and doing our best each day. Spoiler alert: the Lord’s plans for us always turn out better!

11:35 AM – 12:35 PM – BREAKOUT SESSION #2

1- “Restoring a Mother’s Perspective”
Shannon Tripp, Shelby Osmond, and Si Foster

During this panel, you will learn how to achieve happiness through the trenches and challenges of motherhood when it’s easy to lose an eternal perspective.

2- “Look Unto Me in Every Thought; Doubt Not, Fear Not” 
Maria Eckersley

A hands-on, interactive class about how to use the technology we already own to study the gospel, teach more effectively, and share our beliefs online. We’ll focus on how technology can help us “look unto Him” throughout our day, strengthening our faith. Then, we’ll dig into our scriptures to learn how to find the courage to share that renewed strength with others.

12:35 PM – 2:00 PM – Lunch and Service Project

2:10 PM – 3:10 PM – SESSION #3

“Why the Devil Can’t I Love My Body”
Rachel Gainer, Cheyenne Hayes, and Elizabeth Dall

Your body is a precious gift from a loving Heavenly Father. So it’s no surprise that Satan — a jealous spirit without a body — wants you to feel uncomfortable, dissatisfied, or inadequate every time you look in the mirror. If you’ve ever found yourself nit-picking or comparing your body, you aren’t alone! This body confidence panel will help you see yourself with new eyes, feel God’s unconditional love, spot Satan’s cunning lines about beauty and wellness, and empower you with tools to love and care for the body you have right now.

3:20 PM – 4:20 PM – Breakout Session #4

1- “Finding Life-Balance From the Inside Out”
Nicole Carpenter

Trying to handle too many things? Not enough time for your family, work and hobbies? It’s time your calendar matched your values. Learn how an internal approach to time-management can create external success in your life. Nicole will share real strategies to help you increase productivity and maximize your time – in all areas of your life.

2- “Just Take One Small Step in a Good Direction” 
Cassidy Miller

An uplifting story of conversion and how we can change our lives with the help of a guiding, loving Father in Heaven. Through her journey of conversion and changing her life with God’s help, Cassidy learned that conversion is more of a journey than a destination. Join her as we discuss how to choose conversion every day, extend ourselves grace, and room to grow and become who we are supposed to be as we follow the Savior.


“Comparison is the Thief of Joy”
Chelsea Anderson

Joy is what our Heavenly Father wants us to have in this life and obtain eternally.  Joy is what the adversary wants to take from us in any way possible and among women, I believe one of his greatest tools is comparison. During this round table, Chelsea will be sharing her experiences and how she has learned to combat this devastating disease that plagues our church and our world.


“Following Promptings to Serve Those Around Us“
Liberti Van Gass

Liberti is thrilled to be leading a round table discussion where you learn together and from each other about following promptings, specifically to serve and bring the light of Christ to those around you. We will share about the opportunities you’ve had to serve others & the blessings in your lives you’ve received from following promptings.


“My Favorite Family History Apps”
Carissa Rasmussen

Bring your family history to life by using apps! Come learn how to get started and you only need a smartphone or a tablet! Come get tons of project ideas and be inspired to involve your whole family in their history!


“Creating Unity Among Women”
Amber Richardson

There are often deep divides that separate women in the Church. Have you ever felt isolated in Relief Society, estranged from women that you could have a meaningful sisterhood with, or separated from yourself or God? We—and I—have. Come hear Amber share stories of Mormon women and explore how empathy, love, vulnerability, Christ and connection can help us heal every one of those divides. Prepare to deepen your testimony of the exalting power of unity by engaging with your voices and your souls.


““Lord is it I?” Embracing Your Power to Change”
Tiffany Braithwaite

Are you feeling stuck? Chances are you’re not really stuck, you’ve just STOPPED embracing your own power! Learning to embrace your power to change paves the way to experience miracles in your life. It starts with YOU! Remember–you didn’t come to earth with a mission to change others. You came to earth on a mission to first change YOURSELF. You are the most beautiful part of God’s plan–embrace it.


“Living With Faith and Finding Joy Despite Mental Health Challenges”
Julie Bristow

Julie’s 20-year battle with chronic depression and generalized anxiety disorder have given her a special perspective of how the restored Gospel really works in the life of someone whose heart and mind often feel “broken”. Together we will learn and discuss drawing upon the principles and doctrines of the Gospel to feel of God’s love, continue to endure with faith, and to understand how the Plan on Salvation applies to these types of struggles. Hoping you find collective strength in our discussion that you are not alone in this and that there can and will be light at the end of the seemingly dark tunnel.

“When Heavenly Father Says “Wait””
Elise Hunter

During this round table, Elise will share her incredible journey of finding faith, hope, and happiness through infertility as an LDS woman. She hopes to share how Gospel truths can help us when righteous desires aren’t being fulfilled and that daily happiness is possible while enduring trials.

“Gaining Spiritual Power and Confidence by Building the Kingdom of God”
Laura Cope

Realize who you are. You have a divine purpose in God’s plan. God needs you NOW, exactly as you are. Others need YOU so that they can figure out who THEY are. Where do you start? These small and simple acts of righteousness will help you grow in confidence and power to become who God wants you to become and do what God needs you to do to build His kingdom.

““Was that Me or the Spirit?” – Practicing Mindfulness Increases Spiritual Awareness & Reduces Perfectionism”
Jackie Rock

“Was that me or the Spirit?” President Monson reminded us of our true nature when quoting Pierre Teilhard de Chardin “We are not human beings having a spiritual experience, we are spiritual beings having a human experience.” This roundtable discussion will focus on how mindful living opens a path to spiritual awareness (as a spirit being) and reduces our focus (as a human being) on perfectionism.

“Write the Messy, Write the Little Things, Write You”
Kasie Payne

Let’s take away all the guilt, strip away all the expectations, misconceptions, and excuses about journaling–they’re lies, anyway. Know what’s true? You are a spark of eternal glory, wrapped up completely uniquely, with over 10 thousand days full of moments of beauty and failure and power and depth and hunger and light. And all these things, these uniquely “you” things, must (must!) be told. Because messy is beautiful–capture it, keep it.

“How the Savior is the Ultimate Mediator for Marriage”
Jan Clark

Marriage is like two people trying to put together an Ikea dresser while one is speaking German and the other Chinese. Building a unified life from two entirely different backgrounds can feel complicated.  So, why would a loving Father in Heaven promote marriage and family as the central unit of the gospel when it can often feel difficult or even lonely?  Come discuss how the Savior’s Grace and power can fortify you and sanctify your relationships when you learn how to utilize what He offers as our ultimate mediator.

“Setting and Accomplishing Goals Just Like Nephi and Alma”
Lisa Andersen

In our discussion, we will dive into the scriptures and learn that Nephi and Alma aren’t that different than you and me. They had things they wanted to accomplish; BIG THINGS.  From them, we will learn how to set and achieve goals to become who the Lord wants us to be.


“A Fixer-Upper on Hope Street”
Sharlie Kaltenbach

What’s the difference between Hope and “A perfect brightness of Hope”? And, how can we ensure that Miracles do not cease in our lives? How do we replace our fears with faith and trust that Heavenly Father’s blueprint for our palace is better than the cottage we had in mind?

If you think Chip and Joanna are good at “fixing up”, wait till you see what God can do!

Closing Remarks- Elise Curtis



Subscribe and get a free 8x10 downloadable print of "The Living Christ"

Please check your email to confirm your subscription!