April 2016 Conference Notebook
As you review the April 2016 general conference, you can use these pages (and Conference Notebooks in future issues) to help you study and apply the recent teachings of the living prophets and apostles and other Church leaders.
“What I the Lord have spoken, I have spoken; … whether by mine own voice or by the voice of my servants, it is the same” (
Each conference, prophets and apostles give inspired answers to questions Church members may have. Use your May 2016 issue or visit
conference.lds.org to find answers to these questions:
“The great enemy of charity is pride.”
Dieter F. Uchtdorf, Second Counselor in the First Presidency, “In Praise of Those Who Save,” Ensign, May 2016, 80.
“There are more than 60 million refugees, including forcibly displaced people, worldwide. Half of those are children. …
“As sisters we make up more than half of the Lord’s storehouse to help Heavenly Father’s children. His storehouse is not composed just of goods but also of time, talents, skills, and our divine nature. …
“With these truths in mind, we have organized a relief effort called ‘I Was a Stranger’ [see
IWasAStranger.lds.org]. It is our hope that you will prayerfully determine what you can do—according to your own time and circumstance—to serve the refugees living in your neighborhoods and communities.”
Linda K. Burton, Relief Society general president, “I Was a Stranger,”
Ensign, May 2016, 13, 14.
Can you match the following quotes to the conference speaker?
“A child’s spiritual DNA is perfect because one’s true identity is as a son or daughter of God.” ______________________
“The best way I know of to draw closer to God is to prepare conscientiously and partake worthily of the
sacrament each week.” ______________________
“So keep loving. Keep trying. Keep trusting. Keep believing. Keep growing. Heaven is cheering you on today, tomorrow, and forever.” ______________________
“The leaders of this Church are no strangers to your issues, to your concerns, and to your challenges.” ______________________
“To provide alternatives on which to exercise our agency, we must have opposition.” ______________________