Name that LDS leader: What do you remember from the April 2013 general conference?

At the close of the 183rd Annual General Conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in April, President Thomas S. Monson gave this counsel:

"My brothers and sisters, what a glorious conference we have had. I know you will agree with me that the messages have been inspiring. Our hearts have been touched, and our testimonies of this divine work have been strengthened as we have felt the Spirit of the Lord. May we long remember what we have heard these past two days. I urge you to study the messages further when they are printed in coming issues of the Ensign and Liahona magazines."

As the October 2013 general conference approaches, we invite you to test your knowledge of the messages that were shared by church leaders in April.

The following 10 quotes, gathered from popular images you may have seen on Pinterest, feature messages from just a few of last conference's addresses.

Can you name the LDS leader associated with each quote?

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John Reading

Wow! 20 for 20. OK, I'm bragging. But I wouldn't have gotten a couple of them if they weren't multiple choice. ;-)

Roy, UT

I like the game, would enjoy more of this. (missed 2, thought I knew).


@John Reading
That's great of you, but it was 10 for 10, just so you know :) 20 slides, but only 10 questions :)

Ernest T. Bass
Bountiful, UT

What I remember is going mountain biking.

orem, UT

What I remember is feeling very buoyed up and ready to take on six more months of life.

Kaysville, UT

This is a great practice and would be good throughout the six months instead of just at the end as it would help keep us on course during the year instead of making a quick adjustment at the end. Having been a pilot for 18 years, making a last minute course change can be accomplished but it much better to know the heading and course direction earlier.

Thanks for giving us one more tool to help us in our life.

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