Neill Marriott

December 21, 2020 12:00 PM MST
While serving in Brazil, Sister Marriott prepared a Christmas reading that juxtaposes the Savior’s birth with turmoil of his last mortal week.
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June 30, 2018 02:01 PM MDT
When our lovely twenty-one-year-old daughter was hit by a truck, my husband and I and three of our children were in Brazil serving a mission. All the children living in the United States flew immediately to the Indiana hospital where Georgia lay fighting for her life. Those living in our home, understandably, left the house in great disarray as they rushed to find a plane. Dear neighbors spoke to one another about the situation, and the next morning, as the family was in Indiana trying to cope with Georgia’s passing, twenty-five covenant-keeping sisters gathered at our home in Salt Lake City.
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February 11, 2018 10:34 PM MST
When I was very young, my parents planted a magnolia tree in our yard, in hopes of my having magnolias at my wedding. Plans for my future wedding also came up when I was 16 years old. Daddy arrived home from a church meeting with a rolled-up drawing of the soon-to-be Methodist church building. He unrolled the plans and pointed with pleasure to the chapel, saying, “Look, Neill, the new church will have a center aisle, instead of the side aisle of our church now, so at your wedding, I can walk you down the center of the sanctuary!” That anticipation held a particular poignancy since I was the only daughter in a family with six sons. I expected that trip down the church aisle and planned on it. Those expectations vanished like the dew of a Louisiana morning when I took an eternal step and entered the waters of baptism in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
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By  LDS Living
November 30, 2017 05:00 AM MST
A former member of the Church Writing Committee and a convert, Sister Neill Marriott exhibits a sincere charity that endears her to Latter-day Saints around the world. Recently, we sat down to learn some interesting facts and inspiring insights from this mother of 11 and beloved second counselor in the Young Women general presidency.
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October 05, 2017 09:00 AM MDT
General Young Women presidency second counselor Neill Marriott has had a lot of powerful moments of inspiration in her life. One of those was the moment she joined the Church. Read her story here, as she tells it in her new book, Seek This Jesus.
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September 22, 2017 05:25 PM MDT
Recently, members of the Young Women general presidency sat together for an interview with the Deseret News during which they discussed the messages given by women that have been the most impactful in their lives. During that interview, they shared very honest but beautiful insights into what it is like giving a talk in general conference.
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By  LDS Living
November 17, 2016 04:37 PM MST
You may remember Sister Neill F. Marriott speaking of her daughter's death in her October 2015 general conference talk. While Sister Marriott and her husband were serving a mission in Brazil 14 years ago, their daughter, Georgia, passed away following a bike accident in Indiana.
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September 17, 2016 01:47 PM MDT
Prior to the general women's session of the 186th Semiannual General Conference, Sister Neill F. Marriott, second counselor in the Young Women general presidency, and Sister Linda K. Burton, Relief Society general president, helped bring comfort to Church members in Louisiana, Jamaica, and the Dominican Republic.
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March 28, 2016 01:54 PM MDT
Two days before participating in the women's session of general conference, Sister Neill F. Marriott, second counselor in the general presidency of the Young Women, inspired women from around the world of all faiths as she spoke on a panel at the United Nations 60th Commission on the Status of Women.
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January 13, 2016 07:35 PM MST
Some people have criticized Church leaders in the past, claiming they do not relate to or connect with the youth of the Church today. Those critics obviously don't follow LDS leaders on Facebook.
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November 24, 2015 05:02 PM MST
MR says: Two women general officers of the Church recently visited Latter-day Saints in a former landfill known as “trash mountain” as well as other places throughout Asia, observing how the Church has flourished despite hardship.
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