181st Annual General Conference – Post-conference notes

Another General Conference, another 10 hours. This was the first time we had watched all of the sessions at home (other than Priesthood Session), and we loved it. We missed seeing some of the other members, but being able to watch it on our 46″ flat screen TV in HD at home was fantastic!

I made it through the first 3 general sessions and the priesthood session without any problem. I got a little sleepy during the last session. However, I still managed to watch every minute of each session, and here are a few thoughts:

  • My favourite talk was probably Elder Kent F Richards from the first session. He spoke about the purpose of pain
  • When I heard that this was the 75th anniversary of the welfare program of the Church, I was a little worried that every talk was going to be about that topic. I think that there was a good balance.
  • I think most people agree, but President Uchtdorf is a great speaker
  • I enjoyed the Saturday Morning and Sunday Afternoon sessions the most

Read the recaps and other notes from the 181st Annual General Conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints:

Published by Graham

Former YM President, EQ President, Bishop, and Stake Institute Teacher. Now back to being the YM President. Happily married to Lisa, with 3 beautiful children.

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  1. Just wanted to thank you for the wonderful job you do on posting your notes online. I stumbled across your blog last October when I was looking for a conference summary to send to my son on a mission in Ghana. (He doesn’t get to see it for weeks.) I loved conference too, but take my notes with paper and pen, hoping to eventually type them up. Maybe I should consider doing what you do. It’s a great way to share. Keep up the great work!

  2. liahona 1979 privilegios y responsavilidades de la igesia pag 141- 142

    Note: Google Translate says this is Spanish and means:
    1979 liahona privileges and responsibilities of the church page 141 to 142

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