Young Women

There is tremendous and often untapped potential in Young Women class presidencies.
Three magazines will serve Church members worldwide in new print and digital formats: “Ensign” title will be retired; youth magazine will have a new name.
The Young Women sesquicentennial celebration will be a beautiful reminder of what has been and a sacred rejoicing in what will be.” (President Bonnie H. Cordon, Young Women general president)
A bishop’s primary role emphasized, ward Young Men presidencies discontinued, and Young Women presidents have a direct line to the bishop.
Peek into the planning process for Young Women camps.
Ardeth G. Kapp reflects: “There are many things I know now that I learned from working with Elder Nelson.”
“Please know that the Lord is mindful and pleased with every effort you make.”
This resource will greatly impact our lives, bringing families together, strengthening testimonies or creating them, and being strengthened as individuals.
“Where are they going to find a place set apart from the world?” Sister Bonnie L. Oscarson, Yong Women General President
“What a wonderful opportunity to learn about genealogy, gardening, baking, service and so much more.”
 “Even though people may think that the standards are a set of ‘rules’ that restrict me, they are quite the opposite. I have no hard choices. I simply have standards. The decisions are already made. I choose it to be easy!”
 “As you respond in faith to this invitation, your hearts shall turn to the fathers.” - Elder David A. Bednar