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Carole M. Stephens
Works at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Attended Weber State University
Lives in Salt Lake City, UT
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    First Counselor in the Relief Society General Presidency, present
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First Counselor in the Relief Society General Presidency
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Sister Carole M. Stephens was serving on the Relief Society general board when she accepted the call to serve as first counselor in the general presidency. She has also served as a stake Relief Society president; ward Relief Society president, counselor, and teacher; ward Young Women president; ward Primary counselor and teacher; Cub Scout leader; Church-service missionary; and seminary teacher.

She studied early childhood education at Weber State University in Ogden, Utah.

She is married to Martin R. Stephens. They are the parents of six grown children and have seventeen grandchildren.
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    Early Childhood Education
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“Priesthood ordinances and covenants provide access to the fullness of the blessings promised to us by God.” –Sister Carole M. Stephens

Read, watch or listen to the conference address given by Sister Stephens: http://bit.ly/GI5c68
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"We must be awake to our duty and continue with faith as we draw upon the comforting, strengthening, enabling, and healing power of the Atonement." –Sister Carole M. Stephens http://bit.ly/1dEEirj
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Listen to Sister Carole M. Stephens's address at the 2013 BYU Women's Conference. http://bit.ly/1b012ku
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