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Published: Monday, April 1 2013 5:40 p.m. MDT

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Thinkman
Provo, UT

Themes for this April conference will likely be temple, tithing, teaching prospective missionaries and porn is terrible and be sure that you stay close to the prophet and that all trials are given to us to teach and try our faith. These all seem to be what has been talked about for the last 12-15 years.

Yes, I guess nothing changes much with conference.

Brahmabull
sandy, ut

I can't wait to hear all of the opinions of the general authorities. It is one of my favorite times of the year.

Danny Chipman
Lehi, UT

"Yes, I guess nothing changes much with conference."

Probably because nothing changes much with the people.

D Van Duker
Syracuse, UT

Without Question--when conference is over: some will complain that Church leaders are out of touch and insensitive. Others will claim that the General Authorities are pandering to part of the membership over one political issue or another. And...others will find solice in comfort offered; their religious hope and faith renewed by the spirit of the meetings; wisdom in guidance given; and, a desire to improve themselves based upon the teaching of Christ as expounded. Everyone has the strong possiblity that they will recieve just what they came to conference looking for.

CWJ
Layton, UT

I think back fondly of being involved in the construction of the Conference Center in the late 90's. Spent the majority of my time working on the Balcony Level, and if I'm there with my family, I like to point out little features that are missed by the majority of folks. I've never worked on a project like that, and I never will again. Even better was that the First Presidency gave those of us construction workers on the CC passes to the first sessions after completion. Pretty humbling experience, and one that I will pass down to my grandkids.

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