Granted, there is rarely the kind of far-reaching social and cultural impact Latter-day Saints have experienced during the six months that have elapsed since church President Thomas S. Monson sent shock waves through Mormonism with his Saturday morning announcement lowering the minimum age for full-time missionary service for both young men and young women. Still, as LDS faithful gather this weekend at the church's downtown Conference Center and in front of television sets, radios and computer screens all around the world, they do so fully anticipating to be impacted again individually and collectively by the 183rd Annual General Conference of the church.
If members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints learned anything during last October's general conference, it is the way conference can change their lives.
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