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Read a quote from each of President Nelson’s general conference addresses since he was called as an Apostle in 1984.

Rather than a session for a specific sector, the October 2023 Saturday evening session will be for all members and friends.

October 2023 general conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will be held Saturday, Sept. 30, and Sunday, Oct. 1

View or download an updated chart that includes the most recent leadership changes from April 2023 general conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Listen to these international guest performers sing and talk about the ‘kaleidoscope of feelings’ while auditioning, rehearsing and performing for general conference

Numbers of members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Church units and missionaries are listed for 2020, 2021 and 2022.

The 10 singers from 6 countries share about auditioning, rehearsing and performing with the Tabernacle Choir and how music strengthens their testimonies of Jesus Christ.

As a service to our readers, the Church News has created a downloadable PDF summarizing each talk offered during the April 2023 general conference.

“A dream come true” for large group of Haitian Saints who traveled from Boston to Salt Lake City to see general conference.

Addressing the themes of hope and peace, Church News podcast features April 2023 general conference speakers.

New General Authority Seventies, Area Seventies and general officers were sustained during April 2023 general conference. What is the difference between these titles and callings, and what do they mean?

Many invitations from Church leaders involved making better efforts to act as the Savior would act

This article will be updated with videos, talk summaries, session highlights, photo galleries, news and announcements from April 2023 general conference.

Prophets and apostles speak in April 2023 general conference of the Atonement and Resurrection of Jesus Christ and present-day applications and blessings.

Latter-day Saints who speak a variety of languages and hail from many nations rejoiced Sunday afternoon as President Nelson announced 15 new temple locations at the end of April 2023 general conference.

Speaking on Palm Sunday weekend, Church leaders testified of Jesus Christ, taught His words and invited all to follow Him and live His teachings.

‘Because of Jesus Christ, we can repent and be forgiven of our sins,’ said President Russell M. Nelson.

President Nelson spoke about the need for peacemakers in today’s contentious society.

“Whatever questions or problems you have, the answer is always found in the life and teachings of Jesus Christ,” said President Russell M. Nelson.

With the 15, the Church now has 315 temples dedicated, under construction or announced — including 133 that President Nelson has announced in five years.

“I testify the Savior’s promise to abide in us is true and available to every covenant-keeping member of His restored Church,” said Elder David A. Bednar.

“Teaching your beloved child why we all desperately need Jesus Christ and how to apply His joyful doctrine is what will strengthen and heal him or her,” said Elder Ahmad S. Corbitt.

“He will always come … to raise our hopes back to life,” said Elder W. Mark Bassett.

“Remember that perfectionism is not the same as being perfected in Christ,” said Elder Vern P. Stanfill.

“Jesus Christ’s triumphant entry into Jerusalem and the events of the week that followed exemplify doctrine we can apply in our lives today,” said Elder Ronald A. Rasband.

“What matters most is what lasts longest,” said President M. Russell Ballard.

“We believe in Christ. … We worship Him and follow His teachings in the scriptures,” said President Dallin H. Oaks.

Ministering, missionary work and family history are all key parts of gathering Israel, taught leaders, including Elder Cook, Elder Renlund and Elder Gong.

Repentance, patriarchal blessings and parenthood can all help individuals find joy, Church leaders taught in the April 2023 general conference.

“True disciples of Jesus Christ are peacemakers,” says President Nelson.