• 9:00 Introductions
  • 9:30   Robert Kay - Unsealing the Book of Mormon
  • 11:00 David Doane - The Joseph Smith Cipher
  • 12:00 Wayne May - Searching for the Maya Ancestors
  • 1:00 Intermission / Lunch


  • 2:30 Wayne May - The Final War: 320 – 385 AD
  • 3:30 Bruce Porter - The Ritual Embrace & Sacred Space
  • 5:00 David Doane - The Tree of Life: Connecting       Heaven & Earth
  • 6:30 Jonathan Neville - Translation, Plates and Place: All About Cumorah

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Book of Mormon Remnants

Conference 4 - February 3, 2018

The Book of Mormon Remnants Conference 4
Ascending the Mountain of the Lord
in the Promised Land

Utah Cultural Celebration Center ​     

1355 West 3100 South, West Valley City, UT 84119(map)  

Conference 3 ​(July 2017) Topics And Speakers Were:

  • Developments in LDS Church History (Jonathan Neville, 58 minutes)
  • Why Mormons Need the Book of Mormon (Jonathan Neville, 38 minutes)
  • Hopewell Mounds Tour (Rod Meldrum, FIRM Foundation, pre-recorded, 60 minutes)
  • Cumorah: Michigan to New York (Wayne May, Ancient American Magazine, 57 minutes)
  • The Joseph Smith Cipher: Unlocking the Identity of Israelite Remnants in the Book of Mormon and North America (David Doane, Book of, 117 minutes)
  • Standing In Holy Places: Who Shall Ascend Into the Hill of the Lord (Robert Kay, 90 minutes)
  • ​Reflections of Israel (Robert Kay, 32 minutes)
  • An Everlasting Decree  (Bruce Porter, 67 minutes)