“Doubt Not, Fear Not” Is Theme for 2018 BYU Education Week Classes

Contributed By Savannah Hopkinson, Church News staff writer

  • 17 July 2018

Attendees enter the Marriott Center for a BYU Education Week devotional in Provo, Utah, on Tuesday, August 22, 2017. Photo by Scott G Winterton, Deseret News.

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  • Register now for classes August 20–24.

Brigham Young University has announced the theme for this year’s Education Week: “Look unto me in every thought; doubt not, fear not,” from Doctrine and Covenants 6:36.

According to the release from BYU, the event will be held August 20–24. For those five days, participants will be able to hear from a variety of BYU professors, seminary and institute directors, and experts in a range of fields. Classes will be held on topics such as communication, marriage and family, health, history, and finances, as well as gospel topics.

Primary General President Sister Joy D. Jones will be the devotional speaker on Tuesday, August 21. The devotional is free and open to the public.

Sister Joy D. Jones, Primary General President.

Interested participants can find information on registration and fees, parking, class schedules, and more by visiting educationweek.byu.edu. Online registration is available now, with options for the week, multiple days, and individual mornings, afternoons, or evenings. On-site registration will also be available during the week.

For more information on classes and pricing, visit here.

Students walk between classes at Brigham Young University’s Education Week on August 23, 2017. Photo by Sarah Harris, Deseret News.