Jeffrey R. Holland
Né(e) le
Jeffrey Roy Holland
3 déc. 1940
St. George (Utah, États-Unis)
Appel(s)
TitreCollège des douze apôtres
OrganisationCollège des douze apôtres
Date de l’appel23 juin 1994
Appel(s)
TitrePrésident suppléant
OrganisationCollège des douze apôtres
Date de l’appel16 nov. 2023
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Jeffrey R. Holland

Jeffrey R. Holland a été ordonné membre du Collège des douze apôtres de l’Église de Jésus-Christ des Saints des Derniers Jours le 23 juin 1994. Il a été soutenu comme président suppléant du Collège des douze apôtres le 16 novembre 2023.

How do you #HearHim? Elder Jeffrey R. Holland says that vocalizing our prayers can foster greater communication with  God.
Frère Holland témoigne de l’expiation du Sauveur.
Jeffrey R. Holland
Official Group Portrait of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles.  Photographed April 2018.   Front row, left to right: President Russell M. Ballard, Elders Jeffrey R. Holland, Dieter F. Uchtdorf, David A. Bednar, Quentin L. Cook.  Back row: left to right:  D. Todd Christofferson, Neil L. Andersen, Ronald A. Rasband, Gary E. Stevenson, Dale G. Renlund, Gerrit W. Gong and Ulisses Soares.
Jerusalem: 2018 Global Ministry Tour
Holland, Jeffrey R. Biography
Jeffrey R. Holland as a young child, 1941.
Family portrait of the Jeffrey R. Holland family (young Jeffrey shown in front of his brother) circa 1944.
Elder Jeffrey R. Holland in Guildford, Surrey, England, while serving as a missionary in England in 1961-1962.
Jeffrey R. Holland and Patricia Holland on Their Wedding Day
Holland family portrait, November 1984.
The Holland family participating in family scripture study, November 11, 1980.
Holland family portrait, 2005.
Elder Jeffrey R. Holland reading a book to his grandson.
Jeffrey R. Holland, who served as the President of BYU from 1980 to 1989, addresses the April 25, 1991 BYU Commencement.
Jeffrey R. Holland speaks at the freshman welcome back assembly on August 29, 1980 on the Brigham Young University campus, while serving as the president of the university.
While serving as the president of BYU, Jeffrey R. Holland in his office, June 10, 1980.
Jeffrey R. Holland and his wife, Patricia, enjoy a moment cooking together, November 11, 1980.
Jeffrey R. Holland studying, November 11, 1980.
BYU President Jeffrey R. Holland chats with legendary BYU football coach LaVell Edwards.
BYU President Jeffrey R. Holland watches a football game from the sidelines.
BYU President Jeffrey R. Holland and other Church leaders and dignitaries break ground for the expansion of Cougar Stadium in 1981.
BYU President Jeffrey R. Holland and President Gordon B. Hinckley, Counselor in the First Presidency, visit at the groundbreaking ceremony to expand Cougar Stadium in 1981.
At his Inauguration celebrations, Jeffrey R. Holland clasps hands with Cosmo the Cougar (BYU Mascot), 1980.
Elder and Sister Holland walk onto the pitcher's diamond at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, California, on June 28, 2013, prior to his ceremonial first pitch to begin the game.
Elder Jeffrey R. Holland throws out the ceremonial first pitch as his wife, Patricia, looks on at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, California, on June 28, 2013.
Holland, Jeffrey R. Biography
Elder Holland speaks at a press conference on October 6, 2012, in the lobby of the Church Office Building. Earlier that day, Church President Thomas S. Monson announced that men could begin serving as missionaries at age 18 and women at age 19.
Elder Jeffrey R. Holland walking with Baroness Emma Nicholson in London, England in June 2015.   They are in an outdoor setting.   Elder Holland was a guest of the Baroness to address the British Parliament.  Elders Jose A. Teixeira, Patrick Kearon and Clifford T. Herbertson are walking with Elder Holland and the Baroness.
Elder Jeffrey R. Holland and Sister Patricia Holland arrive at the Houses of Parliament with Member of Parliament Stephen Kerr, in London on November 21, 2018.
Elder Jeffrey R. Holland and Member of Parliament Stephen Kerr present British Prime Minister Theresa May with personal copies of her family history on November 21, 2018.
Elder Jeffrey R. Holland enjoys a lighter moment during his visit to the House of Commons in London, England, November 21, 2018.
Elder Jeffery R Holland responds to an interviewer's questions at Westminster Palace in London, England, June 2015.
Elder Jeffrey R. Holland addresses students and faculty at Harvard Law School during the annual Mormonism 101 series. Elder Holland explained the centrality of Christ to Church doctrine and the important distinctions between the teachings of some traditional Christian traditions and the Christian doctrines and beliefs of the Latter-day Saints.
Elder Jeffrey R. Holland of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles addresses Church educators June 12, 2019, on Temple Square.
Elder Jeffrey R. Holland and his wife, Patricia, arrive at the Memphis Tennessee Temple. Elder Holland rededicated the temple May 5, 2019.
Jeffrey R. Holland gives an interview and smiles to the camera.
Jeffrey R. Holland visits with church members in Japan in February 2017.
Elder Jeffrey R. Holland with his wife, Patricia, in Jerusalem, November 2015.
Elder Jeffrey R. Holland at Yale University, September 2015. He attended Yale as a young graduate student.
Elder Jeffrey R. Holland and Sister Patricia T. Holland eating hotteok (Korean sweet pancakes), during his trip to Namdaemun (Great Southern Gate), Seoul, South Korea, February 2017.
President Russell M. Nelson and Elder Jeffrey R. Holland look out at Jerusalem from the BYU Jerusalem Center on April 14, 2018.
Jeffrey R. Holland and his wife, Patricia, visit with President Gerald R. Ford, the 38th president of the United States during his visit to Brigham Young University, March 19, 1987.
Elder Jeffrey R. Holland meets with Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan (center), during his trip to Abu Dhabi where he dedicated a new stake center in November 2015.
During the first Face to Face event held for young single adults of the Church, Elder Jeffrey R. Holland, and Elder Donald L. Hallstrom of the Presidency of the Seventy, visit with the young adult hosts, March 8, 2016.
Elder Jeffrey R. Holland addresses a group of newly called mission leaders during the new mission presidents’ seminar in June of 2015.
Jeffrey R. Holland and his wife, Patricia, greet Princess Chulabhorn, the Princess Srisavangavadhana, of Thailand during her visit to Brigham Young University, May 24, 1988.
Elder Jeffrey R. Holland of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles speaks at the 2020 First Presidency Christmas devotional on Sunday, December 6, 2020. This year’s First Presidency Christmas devotional was broadcast digital-only because of COVID-19.
Elder Jeffrey R. Holland of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles receives the first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine on Tuesday, January 19, 2021, in Salt Lake City.
Elder Holland blows a kiss to the crowd after a session of the October 2010 general conference.
Elder Jeffrey R. Holland, a member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles and native of St. George, Utah, presided at the temple groundbreaking and offered the dedicatory prayer on Saturday, November 7, 2020.
Local Church leaders in Utah participate in the groundbreaking of the Red Cliffs Utah Temple on Saturday, November 7, 2020.
A screen shot of Elder Jeffrey R. Holland and his wife, Patricia, from their RootsTech Connect broadcast during Family Discovery Day on Saturday, February 27, 2021.
A screen shot of Elder Jeffrey R. Holland and his wife, Patricia, from their RootsTech Connect broadcast during Family Discovery Day on Saturday, February 27, 2021.

Vie personnelle

Né le 3 décembre 1940, Jeffrey R. Holland est le fils de Frank D. et d’Alice Bentley Holland. En 1963, il a épousé Patricia Terry. Ils sont les parents de Matthew, Mary Alice et David, les beaux-parents de Paige, Lee et Jeanne, ils ont treize beaux petits-enfants et deux arrière-petits-enfants.

Le président Holland a été représentant d’élèves et athlète universitaire au lycée et à l’université Dixie de Saint-George, en Utah (États-Unis), d’où il est originaire, puis il a obtenu une licence d’anglais et une maîtrise d’enseignement religieux de l’université Brigham Young. Il a obtenu une maîtrise et un doctorat de Philosophie en Études américaines de l’université Yale.

Vie professionnelle

Au moment de son appel au Collège des Douze, frère Holland était membre du premier collège des soixante-dix, auquel il avait été appelé le 1er avril 1989. De 1980 jusqu’au moment de son appel en tant qu’Autorité générale en 1989, il a été le neuvième président de l’université Brigham Young, à Provo (Utah). Auparavant, il a été Commissaire à l’Éducation de l’Église et doyen du Collège d’instruction religieuse de l’université Brigham Young.

Avant son appel au service à plein temps dans l’Église, le président Holland se consacrait à l’enseignement. Il a été président de l’Association américaine des présidents des Établissements universitaires indépendants (AAPICU), membre du bureau de l’Association nationale des Établissements universitaires indépendants (NAICU) et membre de la Commission des présidents de l’Association athlétique universitaire nationale (NCAA). Pour sa contribution à l’amélioration de la compréhension entre Chrétiens et Juifs, la Anti-Defamation League of B’Nai B’rith (ligue anti-diffamation de B’Nai B’rith) lui a remis la distinction de la « Torch of Liberty (Torche de la liberté) ».

Il a fait partie du bureau général de plusieurs associations civiques et professionnelles, et il a reçu la récompense d’« Aigle scout émérite » des Boy Scouts of America. Il est l’auteur de huit livres dont un qu’il a co-écrit avec sa femme, Patricia.