How to experience the 193rd Semiannual General Conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
First Presidency announces Sept. 30, Oct. 1 dates for October 2023 general conference, with all invited to the 5 general sessions
Rather than a session for a specific sector, the October 2023 Saturday evening session will be for all members and friends
President Russell M. Nelson: “Contention is a choice. Peacemaking is a choice. You have your agency to choose contention or reconciliation.”
The church now has 315 temples announced, under construction, in operation or under renovation.
President Nelson has released annual Easter messages on social media since he became the church president in 2018.
Church leaders addressed Latter-day Saints throughout the five sessions held April 1-2 at the Conference Center in Salt Lake City.
Latter-day Saints should promote peace and dignified dialogue, especially in today’s contention-soaked world, President Russell M. Nelson said.
Saturday sessions of General Conference highlight the Easter gift of atonement and resurrection as the source of personal peace.
The new callings were announced in the Saturday afternoon session of the 193rd Annual General Conference
The changes were announced during the Saturday afternoon session of the 193rd Annual General Conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Jesus Christ can provide healing, courage, comfort and hope when people face feelings of remorse, guilt or anxiety, leaders say.
How many Latter-day Saints are there? Here’s the updated number as of the end of 2022, as released Saturday during general conference
Church lawyers say allowing the case to proceed threatens religious liberty and ignores the First Amendment.
Jake Retzlaff says “I owe it to my brothers” to be on the field on game days and during practices, even during Yom Kippur and Rosh Hashana.
A new travel plan could close hundreds of miles of Moab’s desert roads. Is it needed conservation, or government overreach?
The Bureau of Land Management is gearing up to release a new travel plan for the Gemini Bridges-Labyrinth Canyon area, which could change recreation dynamics in the area.
On Palm Sunday weekend, church leaders began the 193rd Annual General Conference by focusing on Jesus Christ and the coming Easter week.
Elder Jeffrey R. Holland was not at the Conference Center as the Saturday morning session started after testing positive for COVID.
The 193rd Annual General Conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is scheduled for April 1-2.
International singers are invited to perform with the Tabernacle Choir at general conference for the first time ever
Singers come from all over the world and represent six countries — Brazil, Ghana, Taiwan, Philippines, Mexico and Malaysia — to share “the universal language of music.”
At Thursday’s meeting, church leaders also designated 50 Area Seventies for release on or before Aug. 1, 2023
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“My message to you today is that because Jesus Christ overcame this fallen world and because he atoned for each of us, you too can overcome this sin-saturated, self-centered and often exhausting world,” President Nelson said.
‘Abuse constitutes the influence of the adversary. It is a grievous sin. As president of the church, I affirm the teachings of the Lord Jesus Christ on this issue’.
Read talk summaries and see photo galleries from the 192nd Semiannual General Conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
“We cannot permit any racism, tribal prejudice or other divisions to exist in the latter-day Church of Christ,” an apostle says.
Also, a new youth guidebook was announced, and history was made during the first session of October 2022 general conference.
The number of people inside the Conference Center will be limited again, but it will be 50% higher than it was in April.
In the din and drumbeat of everyday life, general conference reminds me that old and new traditions knit my heart to God and my neighbor.
Amid turbulent times, leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints shared messages of hope, faith and peace during the 192nd Annual General Conference.
In four short years, President Nelson has increased the total number of the church’s temples by 55%. He now has announced 35% of all temples.
Leaders testify of Jesus Christ as the peacemaker and author of a divine plan for happiness. Two-day conference includes declarations on marriage and gender, and support for religious liberty.
The 192nd Annual General Conference featured a Saturday evening women’s session, calls from the pulpit for peace and an end to personal strife, and the announcement of 17 new temple locations.
The president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has now announced 100 new temples since 2018.
Leaders end general conference with encouragement, list of new temples, firm statement on marriage and gender
“There are some things we can control, including how we spend our time each day,” President Russell M. Nelson said at the close of conference.
“I invite you to seek an end to a personal conflict that has weighed you down,” the church president tells Latter-day Saints.