Every six months, members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints gather together to listen to living prophets testify of the divinity of the Savior, Jesus Christ. The sermons given, the music performed, and the spirit felt testify of the love that God has for all His children.
This weekend (April 5-6, 2014), we will again have the opportunity to participate with over 15 million Latter-day Saints in 197 countries and territories throughout the world.
In preparation for conference, we asked a number of people about the events they remembered most from General Conference meetings throughout the years. Based on their feedback, we have compiled a list of 16 significant events.
8. Revised title of The Book of Mormon, October 1982
Elder Boyd K. Packer of the Quorum of the Twelve and a member of the Scriptures Publication Committee announced that a subtitle was being added to The Book of Mormon: "Another Testament of Jesus Christ."