New Relief Society and Primary General presidencies were called and sustained during the Saturday afternoon session of General Conference.
Church leaders encouraged members to have a "mighty change of heart" and hold fast to the Savior amid today's contention during the Saturday morning session of the 192nd Annual General Conference.
In-person attendance for the 192nd Annual General Conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will be allowed with limited capacity for the first time in two years following the COVID-19 pandemic. The Church also announced 45 new Area Seventies from 23 countries and released its April 2022 World Report.
Leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints offered instruction and counsel for life's challenges during the weekend's 191st semiannual General Conference.They focused on topics such as repentance and improvement, remaining on the covenant path, and turning to Christ amid the world's turbulence.
Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints were taught lessons on how consistent, small and repentant changes can lead to joy, comfort and triumphs.
President Russell M. Nelson announced plans to construct 13 new temples around the world and the reconstruction of the Provo Utah Temple during the Sunday afternoon session of General Conference.