Schedule to review all the October 2017 conference talks before April 2018 general conference

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President Henry B. Eyring, counselor in the First Presidency for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, shakes hands with members of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles. (Photo courtesy of LDS Church)

The 188th Annual General Conference for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints begins on March 31.

During the two-day worldwide conference, which ends on April 1 after five two-hour sessions, LDS Church leaders will share messages over the pulpit.

Members of the LDS Church are encouraged to study the general conference talks during the six months between the two sessions.

During his closing remarks during October’s general conference, Elder Neil L. Andersen, a member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, quoted then-President Thomas S. Monson:

“Take the time to read the conference messages. Ponder [them]. … I have found … that I gain even more from these inspired sermons when I study them in greater depth. The teachings of general conference are the considerations the Lord would have before us now and in the months ahead.”

Here is a schedule from March 4 to March 31 to read or listen to every October 2017 General Conference talk before the next session of general conference begins:

March 4

Turn on Your Light” by Sister Sharon Eubank

Abiding in God and Repairing the Breach” by Sister Neill Marriott

March 5

Value Beyond Measure” by Sister Joy D. Jones

Three Sisters” by President Dieter F. Uchtdorf

March 6

A Yearning For Home” by President Dieter F. Uchtdorf

The Need Before Us” by Sister Bonnie L. Oscarson

March 7

The Plan and the Proclamation” by Elder Dallin H. Oaks

March 8

I Have a Plan For Thee” by Elder John C. Pingree

March 9

The Living Bread Which Came Down From Heaven” by Elder D. Todd Christofferson

March 10

Be Ye Therefore Perfect — Eventually” by Elder Jeffrey R. Holland

March 11

Spiritual Eclipse” by Elder Gary E. Stevenson

Repentance is Always Positive” by Elder Stephen W. Owen

March 12

The Eternal Everyday” by Elder Quentin L. Cook

By Divine Design” by Elder Ronald A. Rasband

March 13

The Heart of the Widow” by Elder O. Vicent Haleck

March 14

The Book of Mormon: What Would Your Life Be Without It?” by President Russell M. Nelson

March 15

The Priesthood and the Savior’s Atoning Power” by Elder Dale G. Renlund

March 16

The Truth of All Things” by Elder David F. Evans

March 17

Earning the Trust of the Lord and Your Family” by Elder Richard J. Maynes

March 18

Bearers of Heavenly Light” by Elder Dieter F. Uchtdorf

March 19

The Lord Leads His Church” by Elder Henry B. Eyring

March 20

That Your Joy Might Be Full” by Sister Jean B. Bingham

March 21

Has the Day of Miracles Ceased?” by Elder Donald L. Hallstrom

March 22

Exceeding Great and Precious Promises” by Elder David A. Bednar

March 23

Turn to the Lord” by Elder W. Christopher Waddell

March 24

Lord, Wilt Thou Cause That My Eyes May Be Opened” by W. Craig Zwick

Fear Not To Do Good” by President Henry B. Eyring

March 25

The Trek Continues!” by Elder M. Russell Ballard

God’s Compelling Witness: The Book of Mormon” by Elder Tad R. Callister

March 26

Apart, but Still One” by Elder Joni L. Koch

March 27

Do We Trust Him? Hard is Good” by Elder Stanley G. Ellis

March 28

Essential Truths — Our Need to Act” by Elder Adilson de Paula Parrella

March 29

Seek Ye Out of the Best Books” by Elder Ian S. Arden

March 30

Love One Another as He Has Loved Us” by Elder Jose L. Alonso

March 31

The Voice of the Lord” by Elder Neil L. Andersen

For a quick review, read one-sentence summaries from the 187th Semiannual General Conference for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints here.

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