April 2015 Conference Notebook
As you review the April 2015 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” (
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“The Family: A Proclamation to the World”
“There are three principles taught in the proclamation which I think are especially in need of steadfast defenders. …
“… Let us help build the kingdom of God by standing up boldly and being defenders of marriage, parenthood, and the home. The Lord needs us to be brave, steadfast, and immovable warriors who will defend His plan and teach the upcoming generations His truths.”
Photograph of married couple by Jenn Jones
1. Marriage between a man and a woman.
2. The roles of mothers and fathers.
3. The sanctity of the home.
Great Stories from Conference
What catches our attention better than a great story? Following are three of many stories shared during conference:
How can recognizing which soil you are in the parable of the sower change your life? —See Dallin H. Oaks,
“The Parable of the Sower,” 32.
What poignant experiences helped one young mother return to the gospel of Jesus Christ? —See Rosemary M. Wixom,
“Returning to Faith,” 93.
How does the dramatic story of two brothers who become stranded on a sheer canyon wall enhance our understanding of the Atonement of Jesus Christ? —See Jeffrey R. Holland,
“Where Justice, Love, and Mercy Meet,” 104.