General Conference Challenge!

Last year previous to the October 2011 conference, thousands of Latter-day Saints (Mormons) joined in on a challenge to read all of the talks from the April 2011 conference by the first session of the October conference. In preparation for the April 2012 conference, we are once again challenging Latter-day Saints from around the world to study the words from our leaders to prepare themselves for conference. The challenge is to read all 38 talks from the October 2011 conference before the first session of conference on March 31, 2012. We will begin posting a talk a day starting February 21st until March 30th. (This gives you 39 days to read 38 talks. No talk will be posted on March 11th to allow for a catch-up day.)

We encourage you to not only participate in this challenge but to encourage others to join in as well–including those who are not of our faith. We have been given the great privilege and opportunity to have the gospel in our lives, to be led and guided by prophets, seers, and revelators at a time when the world so desperately needs guidance from God.

If you would like to have the talks emailed to you, please click on the button to the right and enter your email address, or send us an email myfavoritetalks@gmail.com !

Here is the schedule for the upcoming General Conference Challenge! Click on the title to go to the talk.

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