Reader Led General Conference Discussions
by RI Editors
Wasn’t that a wonderful General Conference? As usual, a spiritual and mental feast! The still warm leftovers are available quickly; lds.org already has the audio and video versions of all the sessions available online, with the transcripts coming soon. Usually in the days immediately after conference we’re trying to piece together talks from memory and notes as we discuss them while they’re still warm in our hearts. Now we can discuss them with more clarity and certainty through technology.
We are excited to invite you, our reader, to take the lead in the Real Intent General Conference discussion!
Please share your favorite talk from the 183rd General Conference, including the General Young Women meeting, in 50 words or less in a comment below. We will then select a comment to open the forum discussion for that talk.
The breadth and depth of our discussion will be determined by you. If everyone wants to talk about Elder Holland’s talk (because we all want to discuss how to stuff a turkey through the beak), then we’ll have one large in depth conversation. If many people write comments about different talks then we will have a broad discussion of many talks. Of course we’ll only be able to choose one comment to open the discussion for each talk. It might be worth your while to look at what others have commented and choose a talk that hasn’t been mentioned. Please include two questions at the end of your comment to prompt discussion.
Share this with your LDS friends so that we can have many enlightening discussions. We look forward to reading your thoughts and sharing faith as we continue to ponder, meditate, and implement the words of God’s servants!
Photo credits: lds.org, Salt Lake Tribune