Connected to Eternal Families
President and Sister Oaks teach about the power and joy of discovering, gathering, and connecting our families eternally.
2018 Family History Leadership Session at RootsTech
Church leaders give council to temple and family history consultants, priesthood leaders, and ward council members about those new and tender in the gospel and family history.
General Session: Steve Rockwood
Stephen T. Rockwood, CEO of FamilySearch.org, will explore where we have been and where we are going and introduce the Innovation Showcase.
General Session: Natalia Lafourcade
Natalia Lafourcade is a Mexican pop-rock singer and songwriter.
General Session: Scott Hamilton
Scott Hamilton is the living example that good guys CAN finish first! He is an Olympic champion, cancer survivor, television broadcaster, speaker, author, husband and father, and eternal optimist!
Full Session: President and Sister Oaks
President and Sister Oaks, Elder Foster, and Sister Kaitlyn Ward share about their ancestors.
General Session: Dr. Henry Louis Gates, Jr.
Henry Louis Gates, Jr., Alphonse Fletcher University Professor and Director of the Hutchins Center at Harvard University.
General Session: Brandon Stanton
Brandon Stanton started Humans of New York, a photography and storytelling blog. HONY has built a devoted following of over 20 million fans on several social media platforms.
Connect. Belong.—RootsTech 2018 Kickoff
Across cultures, educations, and professions, we all connect and belong—because it matters.
A Sacrifice of Time
President Russell M. Nelson and his wife Wendy challenge Church members to make the sacrifice of time that will bring great blessings.
Full Session: President and Sister Nelson
President Russell M. Nelson and his wife Wendy share their feelings and counsel on temple and family history service.
Leadership Session: Elder Dale G. Renlund
Elder Renlund teaches about the blessings of family history for new converts to the church.
Leadership Session: Elder Quentin L. Cook
Elder Cook shares the importance of temple and family history service.
Home with Hank
Forget the past, let's look to the future—memories and stories can positively affect lives.
General Session: Scott Brothers
Drew and Jonathan Scott spoke at the RootsTech Thursday General Session on February 9, 2017.
Leadership Session: Elders Steven E. Snow and Bradley D. Foster
Elder Foster and Elder Snow share the vision and joy of participating in the plan of salvation.
Leadership Session: President M. Russell Ballard
President Ballard shares the importance of Temple and Family History Service.
LDS Track Opening Session
This up-close-and-personal session will give a peak into the experiences and feelings of the leadership of the Family History Department.
General Session: Buddy Valastro
Buddy Valastro spoke at the RootsTech Saturday General Session on February 11, 2017.
Creating Spiritual Dynamite
This is a summary of Elder Renlund’s presentation at the 2016 Family Discovery Day with his wife and daughter. He spoke of the power that comes to us as we accept the temple challenge.
Full Session: Elder and Sister Renlund
This is the opening general session of RootsTech Family Discovery Day 2016.
From the Head to the Heart
The first and second great commandments are all about relationships. As we foster family relationships and know and understand our family history, we are able to take the gospel from our heads to our hearts.
Family History Discussion: Sheri Dew and Wendy Nelson
Join best friends Sister Sheri L. Dew and Sister Wendy W. Nelson as they discuss how family history has affected their lives and those around them.
General Session: David Isay
David Isay, founder of StoryCorp, speaks at the 2016 RootsTech Conference.
This priesthood training session relates to the greater work of salvation, including missionary work, temple service, and family history.
The Taproot That Anchors Us
When we share precious pieces of family history with our children, we help to anchor them in the plan and provide them with what they need to survive the storms of life.
General Session: Paula Madison
Paula Madison, author of Finding Samuel Lowe: China, Jamaica, Harlem, presents at the 2016 RootsTech conference.
General Session: Mike Leavitt
Mike Leavitt, former Governor of Utah and Secretary of Health and Human Services, speaks at the 2016 RootsTech conference.
Our Father's Plan Is About Families
Elder Quentin L. Cook teaches the blessings that come to families as they discover their family history together.
2015 Full Session: Elder and Sister Quentin L. Cook
Elder Quentin L. Cook and Sister Mary Cook share thoughts and stories about the blessings and healing that come through family history and temple service.
2015 Full Session: Elder Neil L. Andersen
Learn how Elder Andersen teaches the youth to accept, accomplish and share the temple challenge with others.
The Temple Challenge
Elder Neil L. Andersen of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles has issued a challenge to youth to help prepare as many names for the temple as baptisms they perform in the temple.
2015 General Session: Donny Osmond
The Saturday keynote session at RootsTech.
Sharing the Temple Challenge
Elder Andersen talks about the many blessings and promises that come from accepting the challenge to find and take a name of one of your own ancestors to the temple.
Gathering, Healing, and Sealing of Families
Family history has the ability to heal and bring families together and bless individuals.
2015 General Session: Tan Le
The Thursday opening session of RootsTech.
2014 General Session: Stephanie Nielson
Keynote Speakers: Todd Hansen and Stephanie Nielsen.