These BTS images are pretty incredible. Thanks Tad Walch!
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We’re all excited for the April 2020 General Conference. One excited person, Max Bassett, went so far as to create an Avengers-esque trailer that shows some of what we might…
The film, which won an award at the LDS Film Festival, will play on BYUtv during General Conference weekend.
Troy and Deedra Russell have lost their son Austen in a tragic accident involving Troy’s truck. But, through true acts of service and ministering, hearts healed.
LDS Living is starting a new hashtag #howweconference to share stories and promote how people around the world watch General Conference.
In an effort to simulate the effect of studying General Conference talks, he teamed up with friend and classmate Jason Farrell to start the Talks on Talks Podcast. After crowdsourcing the funds to get into the podcasting world, the two have gone on to release more than twenty episodes discussing talks from the last two conferences, with one to two episodes being released every week.
Scott Christopher (of BYUtv’s Granite Flats) was asked to make a video inspired by the story of “Molly” from a talk by Elder Jeffrey R. Holland to illustrate how easily home teachers “look beyond the mark.”
Ever wondered the best place to park, or how to get into General Conference without tickets? This is a brief guide to address exactly that.