BYU Women’s Conference Presentation: Come Unto Christ and Be Perfected in Him

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I am posting a link to listen to my presentation from BYU Women’s Conference 2014. I tried to put it on my Facebook Author page, but the .mp3 file wouldn’t upload, so I decided to stick it up here on my blog graveyard instead. :)

The title of the presentation is “Come Unto Christ and Be Perfected in Him” and is based on Moroni 10:32 from the Book of Mormon.

>>> Click here to download the .mp3 audio file<<<

(When I tested it, it worked, but it showed a warning script that the file was too large to virus scan on Google Drive, so you download at your own risk. I don’t forsee any risk since it’s just an .mp3 file, but now you know.)

BYU Women’s conference gave me permission to share the presentation, but if you do quote it, please give the proper credit to the conference and the speakers, and if you wish to use it in any other way, please ask. Thanks.

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5 thoughts on “BYU Women’s Conference Presentation: Come Unto Christ and Be Perfected in Him

  1. Thank you! Those were beautiful insights and I’m sure I’ll be thinking of it a lot. I do want to be acted on by Him!

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  4. Hey, Stephanie, I’m new to this blog. Good stuff. Unfortunately, I am sad to say the ad generator or whatever it is called on each page I visited has offensive sexual images and headlines. Just saying. I’m assuming you have no control over these ads other than deleting. They are really horrible.

    • Thanks. I don’t have control over the ads unless I pay for an upgraded no-ad account. I checked to see if I can have say in the content, and found this:
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