Listen to Living Prophets — LDS General Conference

Mar 27, 2012 by

Come listen to living prophets - lds general conference

This weekend is General Conference weekend, a time members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints look forward to with great anticipation. We believe in living prophets, and General Conference (a semiannual, two-day event) is when we are able to hear from them all (and to hear from other general leaders and officers of the Church). The LDS General Conference is broadcast from the Conference Center in Salt Lake City, but is available through various media to people throughout the world.
Watch the video below to learn more about Mormon belief in living prophets.
If you are curious to know what Mormons believe, and are interested in what Mormon prophets have to say, we invite you to join in. Following are ways you can access General Conference.
Live broadcasts will be available at 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. MDT on both Saturday, March 31 and Sunday, April 1. Each conference session will last two hours. Following are ways you can access the live broadcasts:
bonneville.info allows you to find out how to find General Conference broadcasts via cable or broadcast TV, Dish/Siruis XM/DirecTV/Satellite, or via Radio
byubroadcasting.org and ksl.com will have live General Conference streaming options, ksl.com, as will mormonchannel.org
There will also be mobile options available at mobile.lds.org
Mormons will be tweeting about General Conference with the Twitter hashtag #ldsconf
Conference archives will be available after General Conference as well.
Come join us and listen to living prophets this weekend.

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