Here is what I’m hoping for this weekend: that we focus on a bigger God and a less grandiose church. That our leaders emphasize how to respond to Covid-19 with Christlike compassion for the world, without indulging in denominational pride.
7 things you may have missed at the April General Conference.
President Nelson is right that this "Mormon" name correction is neither cosmetic nor inconsequential. Rather, it may become a defining characteristic of a religion that is anxious to separate the wheat from the chaff in the pluralistic 21st century.
Two-hour church? Just maybe! And four other possibly almost kind of credible rumors about General Conference.
Mormons are abuzz with speculation about this weekend's General Conference, which will feature 2 new apostles and possibly a major announcement. Will the LDS Church finally get an apostle of color?
The typical Mormon General Conference viewer is a church-going, older, white, college-educated Republican living in Utah—not surprisingly the exact type of person most likely to be seen on the TV screen during Conference sessions.
They're strong believers, but they're also politically diverse and less likely to come from super-sized families than older Mormons. Meet the Next Mormons via infographic.
Elder Oaks suggested the Lord intervened to save Mormon missionaries and a Mormon temple. Isn't God bigger than this?
The opening session on Saturday was amazing, so why am I apprehensive about this weekend's LDS General Conference?
Will Mormons get an apostle of color this weekend, someone who represents the broadening international base of the LDS Church? And four other possible themes of General Conference.