Get ready for LDS general conference

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There are 900 guest service missionaries that help people find their ticketed seat for the conference sessions.  Photo Courtesy of Intellectual Reserve, Inc.
Nine hundred guest service missionaries help people find their ticketed seat for the conference sessions. (Courtesy of Intellectual Reserve, Inc.)

Whether you’re planning on watching conference while sitting in the Conference Center, lounging in your basement or working at the office, we’ve compiled a few links to get you up to speed on this year’s conference.

  • Conference will be held Oct. 4–5, and this year will be the first time speakers will be allowed to address the audience in their native languages.
  • If you can’t make it to the church building, you can stream sessions live from lds.org.
  • It takes floral designers six months to prepare the arrangements that fill the Conference Center. An article from the Mormon Newsroom outlines all the preparation that goes into every session.
  • The Mormon Tabernacle Choir’s members can teach us a little about leadership, according to an article that was recently published on Forbes.com.
  • For live updates on talks, watch @ldsconf on Twitter, and watch #ldsconf.
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