In the Latter Day Saint movementa general conference is a meeting for all members of the church for conducting general church business and instruction. When Joseph Smith established the Church of Christ inhe was instructed by revelation that the church "are to meet in conference once in three months, or from time to time as said conferences shall direct or appoint; And said conferences are to do whatever church business is necessary to be done at the time. Since Smith's death, the churches of the Latter Day Saint movement have continued the tradition of meeting in regular general conferences.
You know there is wise and wonderful counsel on dating standards in For the Strength of Youth. This inspired pamphlet from the First Presidency is a great resource as you prepare for and begin dating. Below you will find additional insights from prophets and apostles about whom, why, when, and how you should date.
Makes You Think. I had just received the news through some not-so-subtle hints. She wasn't interested.
President Gordon B. Where is the right place? When is the right time? Fortunately, President Hinckley and other Church leaders have given us inspired counsel concerning these questions.
Uchtdorf, November 1st, Will I ever find my soul mate? There is an old story about a young woman on an archaeological excavation who discovers an ancient-looking lamp.
The following quotes from leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints address many facets of love and relationships. Click through this list to read advice from President Thomas S. Monson, Sister Elaine S.
After the martyrdom of Joseph Smith, the apostles gathered in to Nauvoo from their missions. Rigdon had met with the apostles, who were united quickly. The apostles firmly felt they held all the keys of the kingdom.
A message given by a General Authority at a general conference. No one is more aware than your speaker today that you are not, in this gathering, listening to a General Authority at a general conference. President Gordon B. Hinckley has repeatedly emphasized a harsh reality of which you are all aware.
Here are some of the best talks about marriage given by LDS leaders! Elder Nelson reminds us that marriage is sacred. He starts his talk comparing shopper patterns with marriage — some people will focus on quality and durability, while others go for the bargains or simply steal what they want.
There are numerous talks on dating—partly because dating is important to not only the Latter-Day Saint culture but also the entire world. Successful dating relationships lead to successful marriages and families, something the world needs in order to thrive. Consider dates where you can both have fun and talk to each other. Elder Ashton nailed it on the head when he went on in his talk to say that communication is about sharing your emotions, feelings, and concerns.