Hope, conversion emphasized in April 2022 General Conference

Church leaders shared words of comfort, inspiration and guidance during the 192nd Annual General Conference this weekend. This was the first conference with an in-person audience since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Roughly 10,000 people were in attendance for each of the five sessions.

Church leaders stress intentional acts of faith in Sunday afternoon session

Church leaders encouraged members to commit to intentional acts of faith during the Sunday afternoon session of the 192nd Annual General Conference. They encouraged these acts of faith through keeping covenants, using agency, living the doctrine of Christ and increasing personal conversion.

President Nelson announces 17 new temples

President Russell M. Nelson announced plans to construct 17 new temples during the Sunday afternoon session of General Conference. No Utah locations were announced.

Leaders teach with scripture stories during Sunday morning session

Church leaders taught through scripture stories during the Sunday morning session of the 192nd Annual General Conference. They shared solutions for modern problems through principles from the stories of Jesus Christ, Esther, Joseph of Egypt and others in the scriptures.

Faith in Christ, honoring sacred covenants emphasized in Saturday Women’s Session of General Conference

Leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints encouraged members to remember the importance of Jesus Christ and sacred covenants during the Saturday Women's Session of General Conference.

Leaders advise members to find happiness through trials in Saturday afternoon conference session

Leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints counseled members on fostering and preserving happiness through challenging circumstances during the Saturday afternoon session of the 192nd Annual General Conference.
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