Strengthening families, understanding technology and using the Atonement

Couples need to let God play a "vastly more active" role in their marriages, Michael Goodman, an associate professor of LDS Church history and doctrine from Brigham Young University, said on June 4 during the second day of the 15th annual Education Conference at Southern Virginia University.

With messages inspired by the theme “Family … Forever,” the concluding sessions of the conference also featured Charles D. Knutson, associate professor of computer science at BYU; Ariel Rodriguez, associate professor of family and child development at Southern Virginia; Brian King, author of “The 100 Day Promise” and his wife, Nonnie; Leslie Whyte Graff, artist and child life specialist; Scott and Angelle Anderson, popular speakers on the subject of parenting; and a musical concert by pianist Marvin Goldstein and soloist Vanessa Joy.

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