Conference capsules


Partaking of a bitter cup without becoming bitter is . . . part of the emulation of Jesus. (page 10) - Elder Neal A. Maxwell


Without Jesus' Atonement, there would be an impassable barrier between God and mortal men and women. (page 11) - Elder Robert D. Hales

Doctrinal knowledge

We . . . need to have a thirst and a desire to become acquainted with the doctrines of the kingdom. (page 20) - Elder L. Tom Perry


What a wonderful year this has been and what a wonderful future the Church has. (page 21) - Elder David B. Haight

Going forward

If we will go forward, never losing sight of our goal, speaking ill of no one, living the great principles we know to be true, this cause will roll on in majesty and power to fill the earth. (page 18) - President Gordon B. Hinckley

Gospel blessings

Since the beginning [the gospel] was designed to bless the lives of everyone, without exception. (page 23) - Elder J. Kent Jolley


Our homes can be, and should be, a refuge and a sanctuary from the troubled world we live in. (page 14) - Elder Eran A. Call


No one culture, people or country has a corner on love, warmth or kindness. (page 9) - Elder Carl B. Pratt

Missionary work

How seriously have you personally taken the Lord's charge to share His gospel? It is a lifelong responsibility. (page 11) - Elder Richard G. Scott

Nourishing converts

We can begin today to try to see those we are to nourish as our Heavenly Father sees them, and so feel some of what He feels for them. (page 22) - Elder Henry B. Eyring


My desire is to plead with our sisters to stop worrying about a phone call or a quarterly or monthly visit and whether that will do, and concentrate instead on nurturing tender souls. (page 9) - Pres. Mary Ellen Smoot

Patriarchal blessings

Patriarchal blessings are a guideline, or similar to a road map, that indicates the paths that may be traveled and destinations that may be reached if we stay within those paths. (page 14) - Elder Richard D. Allred

Personal Progress

The Personal Progress program encourages each young woman to make commitments that will help make faith a reality. (page 23) - Sister Janette Hales Beckham

Pioneer principles

To honor those pioneers, we must honor and act upon the eternal principles that guided their actions. (page 22) - Elder Dallin H. Oaks

Plan of Salvation

The Plan of Salvation . . . teaches true principles to allow completion of our journey through life." (page 22) - Elder Duane B. Gerrard


If you want to reach your potential in the future, . . . you had better work on it today. . . . (page 14) - Elder Richard J. Maynes


Prayers for help are often answered by the Lord through simple, daily service of caring brothers and sisters. (page 10) - Elder Joseph B. Wirthlin


Given our agency, we are . . . responsible for our ideas, acts, habits, character and yes, even our destiny. (page 9) - Elder Richard B. Wirthlin


The spirit of service . . . is a feeling that accompanies a testimony. (page 8) - President Boyd K. Packer


We can develop our spiritual capacities by emulating one such as President Gordon B. Hinckley. (page 8) - Elder Russell M. Nelson

We must never forget that spirituality must ever be the dominant feature of the Church. (page 21) - President Gordon B. Hinckley


Please realize that the Church is not a monastery for perfect people. (page 20) - Elder Jeffrey R. Holland


We are in essence a Church of teachers. (page 20) - Elder Harold G. Hillam

Teaching children

Prime time for teaching [children] is fleeting. Opportunities are perishable. (page 7) - President Thomas S. Monson

Things of greatest worth

We are to focus on the inward things of the heart. . . . (page 19) - President James E. Faust

Unsung heroines

Legion are the stories that could and need to be told of women valiant in their testimonies. (page 23) - Elder Wayne M. Hancock

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