LDS General Conference
In a world where the moral compass of society is faltering, the restored gospel of Jesus Christ never wavers, nor should its stakes and wards, its families, or its individual members, said Elder L.... Read more »
With the directive to "watch and learn," Elder L. Whitney Clayton of the Seventy shared five principles he has learned from examples of faithful marriages. Read more »
"One of the greatest influences a person can have in this world is to influence a child," said Sister Rosemary M. Wixom, general Primary president. Read more »
Following His Resurrection, the Savior charged His apostles to go "into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature." Read more »
Darkness will not gain victory over the light of Christ, said President Dieter F. Uchtdorf, second counselor in the First Presidency. Read more »
LDS faithful learn of new Young Women presidency during Saturday afternoon session of general conference
Latter-day Saints heard stirring sermons from four members of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles and sustained a number of new church leaders, including a new general Young Women presidency, during... Read more »
There is a characteristic spirit that pervades the general priesthood session of conference, reflected in the beckoning line from a hymn, "Come, all ye sons of God who have received the... Read more »
Whatever their age, capacity, Church calling or location, Latter-day Saints are called to the work to help take the gospel to all the world, President Henry B. Eyring said Saturday evening in his... Read more »
Men sometimes identify themselves by titles, observed President Dieter F. Uchtdorf, who then went on his priesthood session address to suggest four titles he believes apply to all priesthood... Read more »
Asking young Aaronic Priesthood holders in the congregation at the priesthood session if they know what it means to minister to others, Brother David L. Beck, Young Men general president, told of a... Read more »
To show that priesthood is just as powerful in a boy as in a man when exercised in righteousness, Elder Tad R. of the Presidency of the Seventy shared an experience from the life of his... Read more »
In his priesthood session address, Elder Robert D. Hales of the Quorum of the Twelve said that when he was a ninth grade student on a bus ride home from a baseball game he was exposed to language... Read more »
The First Presidency of the LDS Church announced a new Young Women general presidency during the Saturday afternoon session of the faith’s 183rd Annual General Conference. Read more »
In his Saturday afternoon address, Elder Russell M. Nelson of the Quorum of the Twelve encouraged members of all ages to "catch the wave" of unprecedented enthusiasm for missionary work that is... Read more »
"Chastity and virtue are now, always have been and always will be 'most dear and precious above all things,'" said Elder David A. Bednar of the Quorum of the Twelve during the Saturday afternoon... Read more »
"I testify that through the Prophet Joseph Smith the Church has been restored and continues to move forward under the direction of the First Presidency and the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles," Elder... Read more »
New leadership assignments were announced during the Saturday afternoon session of the 183rd Annual General Conference. Read more »
In a deeply troubled world, families and individuals can realize personal peace as a promised reward for righteousness. It is a gift of the Savior's mission and atoning sacrifice. Read more »
"We are not alone," said Elder Stanley G. Ellis of the Seventy during the Saturday afternoon session of general conference. "We don't have to be lost, confused, deceived or less effective. This is... Read more »
"Many voices from the world in which we live tell us we should live at a frantic pace," said Elder Richard G. Scott of the Quorum of the Twelve in his Saturday afternoon conference address. "Yet,... Read more »
LDS general conference opened Saturday morning with the announcement of two new temples and emotion-charged sermons from church leaders, including a memorable poem and testimony from President Boyd... Read more »
Individuals come closer to the Savior through simple acts of obedience to the commandments and through blessing and serving others, President Henry B. Eyring, first counselor in the First... Read more »
"The same priesthood power that created worlds, galaxies and universes can and should be a part of our lives to succor, strengthen and bless our families and our neighbors — in other words,... Read more »
Elder Craig A. Cardon of the Seventy began his remarks Saturday morning with the story of the bedridden, paralyzed man who comes to Christ for healing and the Savior declares, "Man, thy sins are... Read more »
On October 17, 1989, Bishop Dean M. Davies of the Presiding Bishopric was driving to work in San Francisco, Calif., when an earthquake struck. The Loma Prieta earthquake left some 12,000 people... Read more »
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