Category: General Conference
Will President Nelson get us to that magic 300 number? We can only guess. That’s the point. Guessing.
New temples will dot the globe, including a second temple in Spain.
We’re not back at pre-pandemic levels, but it’s getting there.
A “general” Saturday Evening session lasted all of one conference.
Female General Officers speak more often than males, but without women as General Authorities, more speaking opportunities need to come from elsewhere.
After a massive 20 new temples announced in April, where on earth could the next batch go?
The fate of the session has seesawed over the past six months. Will it be a “normal” session like the others or something special?
The third remote General Conference in a row will be a virtual affair thanks to the ongoing COVID-10 pandemic.
President Nelson announced six new temples at the close of General Conference
Our semiannual tradition of predicting new temples continues. Will your favorite make the list?
While society might be inching toward reopening, allowing thousands of people to descend upon the Conference Center is still a step too far.
It was certainly a General Conference like no other, full of incredible counsel, the Hosanna Shout, a new Proclamation, youth speakers, and more!
New temple announcements knocked the doors off of a, uh, empty conference room. Amazing announcements!
The first Church-wide proclamation since “The Family, a Proclamation to the World” celebrates 200 years since the heavens opened once more.
The curious case of the ever-shrinking venue.
General Conference is going almost completely virtual.
Looks like Salt Lake showed its hand and at least part of the mystery about the next General Conference has been solved.
Orem, the pesky upstart to more noble Provo, finally gets its own temple.
The organizational changes come as the third part of major changes for youth.