President Russell M. Nelson Announces 12 New Latter-day Saints Temples
Category: General Conference
The rumors were true. Well, some of them.
After nearly two centuries, America’s Choir is adopting a new name.
With General Conference just around the corner, and coming of the heels of one of the more consequential General Conferences in recent memory, the (formerly)
Mormon Church Announces New Temples in Argentina, India, Nicaragua, the Philippines, Utah, Virginia, and Russia
The announcement of seven new temples drew gasps from those in attendance in the Conference Center.
General Conference started with a bang, calling the first apostles of Asian and Latin descent.
What will a new Church president and a new year bring? More temples? We hope so. See how our predictions match up with yours.
In a move to simplify the approach to General Conference, Priesthood and Women’s meetings will alternate slots every six months.
After years of pointing out Elder Hales’ neckwear choice consistency in General Conference, it turns out there is MUCH more to the story.
For the first time since 1994, a President of the Church will not be present at any sessions of General Conference.
Once more we play our dangerous game. In the April 2017 General Conference we crushed it on temple predictions. Will we repeat?
LDS Church Nixes Teachings of Presidents of Church Manuals for Priesthood and Relief Society, Introduces New “Come, Follow Me” Program
Priesthood and Relief Society will not get a manual for still-living Thomas S. Monson next year, instead adopting the “Come, Follow Me” curriculum.
The first four months of 2017 say the smallest number of organizations of new LDS congregations in years. But that’s not the whole story.
Where will new Mormon Temples be announced during the October 2016 Semiannual General Conference? Come play the game with us.
I’m the child of a North Korean refugee. Women’s Conference meant a lot to me.
Another Mormon Apostle passes away with the death of Elder Richard G. Scott
Taking useful notes during General Conference is hard. One guy has come up with a creative and appealing way to take General Conference notes that work.
Speakers at the LDS Church’s General Conference will now have the option to deliver their remarks in a native language other than English.
What will this year’s General Conference bring in terms of temple announcments? Here are our Top 10 predicted temples. What are yours?