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Elder M. Russell Ballard’s BYU Women’s Conference Talk to Be Streamed Live

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Update: Here’s a recap of what Elder Ballard talked about!

The keynote address given by Elder M. Russell Ballard at BYU Women’s Conference will be streamed live on lds.org this Friday, May 1, 2015, at 3:45 p.m. MDT.

A first for the conference, this decision to stream the keynote address to all members of the Church aligns with recent decisions to have members of the Quorum of the Twelve address significant topics during BYU conferences. An example is Elder David A. Bednar’s landmark address on using social media during Education Week, which officially began the Share Goodness campaign.

Keep checking back for more information and updates on the conference and how to tune in.

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