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Saturday, November 11, 2023


10:00 AM – 11:30 AM


Cox Auditorium
325 S. University Avenue
St. George, Utah 84770

Attend In Person or Online

In Person Tickets

*Tickets required – FREE

Livestream Tickets

*Tickets required – FREE

Opening Keynote Speaker:

Fight the New Drug

Fight the New Drug is a non-religious and non-legislative nonprofit that exists to provide individuals the opportunity to make an informed decision regarding pornography by raising awareness on its harmful effects using only science, facts, and personal accounts. They have presented to over a million people all across the globe & worked with experts, researchers, celebrities, professional athletes, award-winning journalists, CEOs, authors, influencers, and advocates from across all industries.

Parker is FTND’s Director of Public Outreach and is an accomplished speaker with a passion for developing and engaging communities. Thanks to a degree in Communications, a keen understanding of public sentiment, and a talent for public speaking, he has presented to countless audiences on Fight the New Drug’s behalf, fostering meaningful connections and driving positive change.

Closing Keynote Speaker:

Brad Wilcox

Professor, Brigham Young University

The Pornography Trap

Brad taught sixth grade for three years before joining the faculty at BYU in teacher education.  He has worked with the Especially for Youth (now For the Strength of Youth) since 1985.  He loves how most children and youth are so authentic, honest, and fun to be with.  In many cases, they have not yet learned to hide behind masks the way some adults do.  He loves feeling like he can make a difference in their lives.

Brad says, “I don’t know the names of many people who have won Academy awards or Nobel prizes.  I can’t tell you the names of every Olympic gold medalist or sports star.  However, I can give you names of teachers and youth leaders who made helped me, loved me, and mentored me during my growing up years.  I think we all can.  I am profoundly grateful for them and hope to be one of those teachers and leaders for the next generation.

He also mentions, “I love learning whether that takes the form of reading, writing, or traveling.  I love pepperoni pizza and peanut M&Ms, but I realize that doesn’t sound too healthy so I am trying really hard to learn to love salads.”

He currently serves as the first counselor in the Young Men General Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He and his wife Debi have four children and nine grandchildren.