Rebroadcasts of several of the sessions of the 2010 BYU Women’s Conference will be shown today and tomorrow on BYU-TV (You can also find it on the internet at byu.tv.) There will also be rebroadcasts scattered throughout the next few weeks.
Following is the schedule for the next couple of days.
p.s. Stay tuned for some photos from a couple of women who attended this year; we’ll be sharing some of these pictures tomorrow here at Mormon Women.
Thursday, May 13 (BYUTV)
1:00–6:00 p.m. MDT
“Choose Ye This Day to Serve the Lord”
Julie B. Beck
Hearts Bound Together
Carol L. Clark
Arise and Shine Forth: Return to Virtue
Elaine S. Dalton, Mary N. Cook, Ann M. Dibb
“Truth Is Restored Again”
Ana Maria Coburn, Debbie J. Christensen
Coming Together and Sustaining Each Other in Righteous Choices
Friday, May 14 (BYUTV)
1:00–6:00 p.m. MDT
Reaching Near and Far: Welfare and Church Humanitarian Services
Silvia H. Allred, Barbara Thompson
“They Had Been Taught to Keep the Commandments of God and to Walk Uprightly before Him”
Rosemary M. Wixom, Jean A. Stevens, Cheryl A. Esplin
“Follow the Prophet”
Nancy Murphy, Heidi Swinton
“With Love towards One Another in All Things, and Under All Circumstances”
JoAnn Child, Marie K. Hafen
Friday Closing Session
Elder Dallin H. Oaks, Kristen M. Oaks
Is it possible to get a copy of the text of Sis. Renata Forste talk from the confernce? Thank you.
We’ll let you know when the transcripts are made available; it’s very possible that her talk will be included in the archives on the Women’s Conference site.
When will text of Dallin Oak’s 2010 women’s conference talk be available?
It looks like the rebroadcasts at BYU-TV may be the only way to access the talk for now. His transcript never was posted, which means they likely have other plans for it.
You can go here to keep your eye out for archived versions of the talk, too. So far, the 2010 talks are not out in these archives, but I’m hoping they will be sometime in the future.
Is it possible to get a transcript from a speaker at Women’s Conference 2010 (Renata Forste)?
You can find transcripts (including Renata Forste’s talk) here: http://ce.byu.edu/cw/womensconference/transcripts.php