Messages of hope, peace, and of our Savior Jesus Christ from the most recent General Conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Bonus Episode: An Improved Way to Listen to General Conference Talks
Welcome back to the General Conference podcast. Today we have a few updates to share with you about the future of this podcast. First, we wanted to let you know that we’ll continue to make it easy for you to listen to general conference talks spread out between April and October. But we’ve come up with a more personalized way for you to do this, and that’s with a more versatile function on the Gospel Library app, which I’ll tell you how to set up at the end of this episode. With this customization, you can set your own pace for how frequently you listen to talks, rather than getting them on just Tuesdays and Fridays. And you can still receive notifications on your phone to make it simple to listen.
So, what does that update mean for this podcast? For now, we’re going to pause our regular publication of conference talks here. But you’ll want to keep following this account because we’ll bring you updates on this podcast and other podcasts from the Church in the future.
We’d also love to hear your ideas about the ideal way you’d like to study general conference in the podcast space. You can send us your thoughts and preferences through email at podcast@ChurchofJesusChrist.org; please put “General Conference Podcast” in the subject line. Your voice matters so much to us, and we truly appreciate everyone who takes time to share your thoughts.
And thank you for being part of our podcast community. We love being united with so many others in listening to and learning from prophets, apostles, and other Church leaders. We’re sincerely grateful for you!
And now, as promised, we want to share with you how to use the customizable feature on the Gospel Library app where you can establish your own pace for listening to general conference talks.
There’s actually a video tutorial that walks you through this process, which we’ll link in the show notes if that’s easier for you. But here’s also how you can do it:
First you’ll open your Gospel Library app and then open the Settings menu. Then click on Notifications. Under Study Plans, find the Plus symbol or the Create Study Plan button, depending on your phone. Next, browse the library and select General Conference and the April or October general conference you want to listen to. You can then choose to set a schedule where you select which days of the week you want a conference talk sent to you and for how long. Then mark that you want a reminder and what time you want it sent. And that’s it! Now your customizable study schedule will be adapted to the days and times that are best for you each week!
Of course, you can also get a physical copy of the general conference issues of the Liahona magazine to help you in your study at store.ChurchofJesusChrist.org.
Thank you again for listening to the General Conference podcast! We look forward to being in touch again in the future!
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Elder David A. Bednar - “Abide in Me, and I in You; Therefore Walk with Me”
Elder Bednar teaches that when we abide in the Savior, He will abide in us and we will be blessed.
Elder Ahmad S. Corbitt - Do You Know Why I as a Christian Believe in Christ?
Elder Corbitt teaches about the plan of salvation, the doctrine of Christ, and the importance of sharing these truths with others.
Elder W. Mark Bassett - After the Fourth Day
Elder Bassett teaches that as we keep the commandments and do all that we can do, Jesus Christ will work miracles in our lives.
Elder Vern P. Stanfill - The Imperfect Harvest
Elder Stanfill teaches the difference between chasing worldly perfection and becoming perfect in Christ.
Thank you everyone!
Today, I bore my testimony for the second time!
I would like to bear it again. “I would like to bear my testimony that we can do all things through Christ, and that he died to forgive our sins, I say these things in the name of Jesus Christ, amen.”
I also want to thank the creator of this podcast, it has helped me in so many ways and I’ve only been listening for a week! I hope that whoever reads this ( or doesn’t) will have a wonderful day!
I would also like to give thanks to FSY for helping me change to be more like the lord. If it wasn’t for this, I would’ve never stopped playing video games every day, and reading and praying daily. Again, If you are reading this, and you are a youth, please consider going to FSY it will change you to become more like Jesus.
I would also recommend going to the temple anytime you can, pay tithing any time you can, read the scriptures anytime you can, and go to the church every sabbath day you can! Please know that this church is the real church kand that there is a living prophet. And when you pray, do not make it a chore, do not make it dull or repetitive, make it sincere and humble and loving. I I like to say what I am grateful for first “count your blessings” then repent for what sins I have done, then I ask any questions I have, and then I plead for blessings, and finally I say “ In the name of Jesus Christ” and continue saying all the names of Christ I can think of and finally say “amen”
I would also recommend asking your friends to come, and if you think they’re going to make fun of you, my friends all said “ Thank you” continued by saying that they can’t come because of plans, and then I invited them to come any Sunday, and they gave thanks again. So in the words of the lord “fear not” ok I think I should rap it up by saying
“ as I have loved you, love one another”
Please publish conference talks here again
Bring back publishing the conference talks here instead of only through the library app, it’s super convenient to listen mixed with all my other podcasts
Great messages, poor audio quality
I love being able to listen to recent general conference talks in the Podcasts app, but the audio quality is pretty abysmal for 2023. Whether I listen on WiFi, cellular data, or have it downloaded for offline listening, the quality is always crackly and fuzzy. If we could get the talks in HD audio I would rate it 5 stars.