Elder L. Whitney Clayton, Elder Allan F. Packer, Elder Kent F. Richards, and Sister Neill F. Marriott: Find, Take, and Teach
The blessings to those who participate in family history are far reaching. The most important thing for leaders to do is to find your own names to take to the temple yourself and to teach others to do the same.
Craig Miller, Consultant Training: Using FamilySearch Partners
Get to know FamilySearch partners, and learn how they can help you discover and document your family story, with background from FamilySearch veteran and director of engineering and product management, Craig Miller.
Many visitors to the FamilySearch Missionary booth at RootsTech 2015 were surprised to learn about full- or part-time FamilySearch missions. The fact is that there are 10 kinds of service opportunities to choose from, stretching from around the world to an individual's own home or hometown. Have you been thinking about serving a family history mission?
RootsTech Lives On: How to Host a Local Family Discovery Day
Your stake is invited to join with hundreds of other stakes and districts in hosting a 2015 RootsTech family discovery day. This is a unique opportunity to engage those members of your stake that are not currently participating in family history with a fun and educational event.
Attend family discovery day, and learn how to strengthen your family across generations. Hear encouraging messages from experts in the industry and other popular speakers that will help you to connect your family past and present.