A Conversation with Elder Jeffrey R. Holland Meaningful Answers for Today (DVD) *
We live in troubled times, and it sometimes seems the troubles abroad follow us home. How can we remain "unspotted from the world" and survive or even thrive in such circumstances? How can we continue to follow our Savior's example when turmoil surrounds us?
In a wide-ranging, frank, and open discussion, Elder Jeffrey R. Holland of the Quorum of the Twelve offers hope-filled, thoughtful, and poignant answers to tough questions about faith, troubles, and our roles as disciples of Jesus Christ. Sit at the feet of a modern Apostle as he answers questions such as:
- How can I build hope in Christ?
- How do I lay my burdens at the Savior's feet?
- How can I help friends or family members who have strayed without offending them?
- Why do I seem to be denied the righteous blessings I seek?
- How can I testify of Jesus Christ in a way that will deeply touch others' hearts?,/li>
With his typical candor and deep empathy, Elder Holland addresses these questions and others which arise as we encounter the trials that mark the path of a true disciple. Find strength and faith for your life today through A Conversation with Elder Jeffrey R. Holland.
This DVD was originally produced as a companion piece to Elder Holland's book For Times of Trouble.
About the Author:
Jeffrey R. Holland was called as a member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in June 1994. A native of St. George, Utah, he received bachelor's and master's degrees from Brigham Young University and a master's degree and PhD in American Studies from Yale University. In 1974 he became dean of Religious Education at BYU and two years later was named Church Commissioner of Education. In 1980 he was appointed president of BYU, where he served until he was sustained as a member of the First Quorum of the Seventy in 1989. Elder Holland is the author of several books, including Broken Things to Mend andChrist and the New Covenant. He and his wife, Patricia, have three children and thirteen grandchildren.