Category: General Conference
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.
Expect New Temples and Announcements at October 2019 General Conference, says President Russell M. Nelson
President Russell M. Nelson confirmed new temples and other announcements, but what could those announcements be?
The announcement brings the total number of temples to 209 and calls into question whether the history in Utah’s pioneer temples will be preserved.
Just how many temples will President Nelson announce during General Conference? Join us for our beloved temple predictions!
By all accounts 2018 was a whirlwind of a year for Latter-day Saints. So it’s only fitting to take a look back at the stories and news that shaped our year.
Thanksgiving seems to have been getting a lot of hate lately, more than the normal naysaying that springs up during this time of year while
The Convert Files: Do We Truly Preach of Christ? – Measuring References to the Savior in Sacrament Meeting
We say we preach of Christ, but some unofficial survey work done across a few wards suggests that we might not do it as much as we realize.