The first two sessions of General Conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are now completed, and the Church on already has highlights for youth of the Saturday sessions of conference at lds.org/youth.
“Pondering a passage of scripture can be the key to unlock revelation and the guidance and inspiration of the Holy Ghost. Scripture can calm an agitated soul, giving peace, hope, and a restoration of confidence in one’s ability to overcome the challenges of life.”
You must learn to “trust in the Lord with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding” (Proverbs 3:5). You must be trustworthy and surround yourself with friends that desire to be likewise.
Sometimes you might be tempted to think as I did from time to time in my youth: “The way things are going, the world’s going to be over with. The end of the world is going to come before I get to where I should be.” Not so! You can look forward to doing it right—getting married, having a family, seeing your children and grandchildren, maybe even great-grandchildren.
Elder David A. Bednar: Family History: An Invitation
“I invite the young people of the Church to learn about and experience the Spirit of Elijah. I encourage you to study, to search out your ancestors, and to prepare yourselves to perform proxy baptisms in the house of the Lord for your kindred dead (see D&C 124:28–36). And I urge you to help other people identify their family histories.”
Other available videos and quotes can be found below:
By Jose L. Alonso
“Brothers and sisters, there may be many who, for some reason, are lost from our sight and who do not know that they are lost.”
By Boyd K. Packer
“Perhaps the single greatest thing I learned from reading the Book of Mormon is that the voice of the Spirit comes as a feeling rather than a sound.”
By L. Tom Perry
“We must be bold in our declaration of Jesus Christ. We want others to know that we believe He is the central figure in all human history.”
By Ian S. Ardern
“How sad it would be if the phone and computer, with all of their sophistication, drowned out the simplicity of sincere prayer to a loving Father in Heaven.”
By Dieter F. Uchtdorf
You are known and remembered by the most majestic, powerful, and glorious Being in the universe!
By D. Todd Christofferson
“Repentance is a divine gift, and there should be a smile on our faces when we speak of it. See, I’m smiling. It points us to freedom and confidence and peace. Rather than interrupting the celebration, the gift of repentance is the cause for true celebration.”
By Neil A. Andersen
“The family is ordained of God. Families are central to our Heavenly Father’s plan here on earth and through the eternities.”