New Online Exhibit Helps You Get to Know President Howard W. Hunter
A new digital exhibit on the life of President Howard W. Hunter (1907–1995), 14th President of the Church, can be found on history.lds.org.
The exhibit, published by the Church History Department, features photographs and short videos on President Hunter’s life and teachings.
Matthew McBride, curator of the exhibit, hopes viewers will come to appreciate President Hunter’s deep humility and his love for Jesus Christ. “This exhibit is a fun, visual way to get to know President Hunter, to appreciate the man behind the teachings.”
The 2016 curriculum for Sunday classes for both men and women (Melchizedek Priesthood quorums and Relief Societies) will focus on the life and teachings of President Hunter. The exhibit is a valuable resource to enrich the learning experience for both teachers and students.
The exhibit introduces key events in President Hunter’s life, such as his mother’s spiritual guidance, his marriage and family, and his law career, as well as his service as a stake president, Apostle, and President of the Church. The exhibit also features stirring video excerpts from President Hunter’s addresses to the Church at general conference and his testimony of the Savior. The new online exhibit is available in 10 languages to reach much of the Church’s worldwide membership.