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Texts of October general conference talks now available online in English


A family in Wyoming watches the Saturday morning session of the 191st Semiannual General Conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, broadcast from the Conference Center in Salt Lake City on Saturday, Oct. 2, 2021.

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As President Russell M. Nelson spoke at the end of the 191st Semiannual General Conference, he said, “​​We have been given our charge for the next six months. Now the question is, how will we be different because of what we have heard and felt?”

The English texts of the general conference talks are available on Gospel Library, both in the app and online at The talk texts in other languages will be added in coming days, according to the Church’s Newsroom announcement on Wednesday, Oct. 6. The video and audio to each individual talk are available and PDFs are available to download or print using the icons on the top of the page online or in the app. 

Conference talks are also available on the General Conference YouTube channel

Other ways to watch, listen or read messages from general conference include:

  • November magazines: The conference talks will be in the digital and print editions of the Liahona magazine. Issues of For the Strength of Youth and the Friend will also have conference messages and features. 
  • YouTube: Upcoming releases of videos highlighting various conference messages in the General Conference Segments playlist.
  • General conference podcast: The talks will be available soon on Amazon, Google Play, iTunes and Spotify.
  • Latter-day Saints Channel: Sessions are available in connected TV platforms and mobile apps. 

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