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Saturday’s sessions of General Conference were rich in content and counsel not only for the community of Saints, but for the entire world.  Never in the history of the world has there been better opportunities for anyone to be able to disseminate words and counsel of living Prophets, Seers and Revelators.  The Internet, cable and satellite have transformed how these conference sessions are available to the world.  

Again, The Church’s website will have a live stream here.    If you want to experience some of the newest technology, try the LDS Newsroom’s Twitter feed, which you can follow here:  The twitter search term for conference is #ldsconf, as well as #LDS and #Mormon.  Plug those exact search terms into Google, and you’ll fine a plethroa of information about General Conference.  Or, perform the same search directly on Twitter, and you will be amazed at what you will find in terms of General Conference discussion.  The Newsroom also has an article on the conference.  In the Bloggernacle, I’m certain there will be several blogs commenting on and following General Conference.  I will link them as I find them.  BCC, in addition to its live blog coverage also has a Twitter feed, which you can follow here:  Millennial Star also has a Twitter feed here:  

BCC’s conference thread is here.  


It’s the first weekend in April,  and once again time for the LDS General Conference.  There will be lots of opportunites to listen, watch, blog, tweet, and othewise participate in General Conference this April. (more…)


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In keeping with a Christmas tradition, I again post The Wall Street Journal’s venerable Christmas Eve Editorial, written by the late Vermont Royster.  And, as we leave behind an era of greater oppression, in our own day, may we rejoice in the hope of a brighter future of greater freedom and light for all people made possible by the Birth of the literal Son of God: (more…)

I had an opportunity to visit Temple Square over the Thanksgiving weekend and took a couple of shots, which don’t really do The Square justice this time of year–but here’s a sample: (more…)

From the S.F. Chronical Political Blog:

“We believe ALL families matter and we do not believe in discrimination, therefore, our family will vote against Prop. 8,” she said.

Steve Young speaks for his family.  Thomas S. Monson speaks for Jesus Christ.

Last evening, 10/08/08, Elders M. Russell Ballard and Quentin L. Cook of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, and Elder L. Whitney Clayton of the Presidency of the Seventy participated in the The Divine Institution of Marriage Broadcast 10/08/08.  My rough notes of that broadcast follow below.  The Church has posted on it’s website portions of that broadcast, which you can view here.  I encourage you to do so. (more…)

8:30 a.m. Music and the Spoken Word, pre-conference warm up.  This program is always uplifting and brings in a Spirit of calm and peace in anticipation of the General Conference addresses.  You can watch a live Internet feed of General Conference here.  For Bloggernacle denizens, Danithew, over at Mormon Mentality has their Sunday morning conference thread up here.  And, over at By Common Consent, the one, only, and true Steve Evans has a Sunday morning thread running.  Our Thoughts, also has an open thread here(more…)

Priesthood Session (more…)

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