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Summaries from the women's session of the 185th Annual General Conference

Summaries of talks given by Sister Esplin, Sister Stephens, Sister Oscarson and President Eyring.

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President Henry B. Eyring: 'The Comforter'

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Speaking during the general women’s session of the Church’s 185th Annual General Conference to a capacity congregation in the Conference Center and to others gathered across the globe,... Read more »

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Sister Cheryl A. Esplin: 'Filling our homes with light and truth'

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Sister Cheryl A. Esplin of the Primary general presidency spoke on filling lives with the light and truth of the gospel in her address at the General Women's Session of conference on March 28. Read more »

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