April 2015 General Conference—Picture Quotes

    A blue watercolor wash combined with a quote by Sister Cheryl A. Esplin: “Families are the Lord’s workshop.”


    All Need the Atonement
    “All of us need the Savior’s Atonement to heal us. All of us are lost and need to be found.”—Elder Brent H. Nielson, “Waiting for the Prodigal”
    Balance Your Life
    “Balance your life with spiritual experiences that remind and prepare you for continued, daily ministering to others.”—Elder M. Russell Ballard, “The Greatest Generation of Young Adults”
    Beyond the Limits
    “Faith can reach beyond the limits of current reason.”—Sister Rosemary M. Wixom, “Returning to Faith”
    Decision to Believe
    “The decision to believe is the most important choice we ever make.”—Elder L. Whitney Clayton, “Choose to Believe”
    Eternal Destiny
    “Let our eternal destiny drive all of our decisions.”—Brother Larry M. Gibson, “Fatherhood—Our Eternal Destiny”
    “Families are the Lord’s workshop on earth to help us learn and live the gospel.”—Sister Cheryl A. Esplin, “Filling Our Homes with Light and Truth”
    Family Ties
    “Family ties can continue beyond the grave.”—Elder L. Tom Perry, “Why Marriage and Family Matter—Everywhere in the World”
    Fountain of Knowledge
    “The gospel is a fountain of knowledge that never runs dry. There is always something new to learn and feel.”—Bishop Gérald Caussé, “Is It Still Wonderful to You?”
    God’s Wondrous Work
    “We see God’s miracles in His wondrous work and in our own personal lives.”—Elder Neil L. Andersen, “Thy Kingdom Come”
    Hardest Challenges
    “One of the hardest challenges in this life is to have faith in the Lord’s timing.”—Sister Bonnie L. Oscarson, “Defenders of the Family Proclamation”
    Heal Our Problems
    “We come to church not to hide our problems but to heal them.”—President Dieter F. Uchtdorf, “On Being Genuine”
    Intentional Parenting
    “No other work transcends that of righteous, intentional parenting!”—President Russell M. Nelson, “The Sabbath Is a Delight”
    Life Is Not Confined
    “Life is not confined to a four-inch screen.”—Elder José A. Teixeira, “Seeking the Lord”
    “We lighten the loads of others best by helping the Lord strengthen them.”—President Henry B. Eyring, “The Comforter”
    Live Our Religion
    “How we live our religion is far more important than what we may say about our religion.”—Elder Robert D. Hales, “Preserving Agency, Protecting Religious Freedom”
    Mature Love
    “Mature love has a bliss not even imagined by newlyweds.”—President Boyd K. Packer, “The Plan of Happiness”
    “Heavenly Father has a mission and plan for each of us, but He also has His own timetable.”—Sister Bonnie L. Oscarson, “Defenders of the Family Proclamation”
    Moral Courage
    “Have the moral courage to stand firm in obeying God’s will, even if you have to stand alone.”—Elder Ulisses Soares, “Yes, We Can and Will Win!”
    On His Errand
    “We are on His errand. Let us learn of Him. Let us follow in His footsteps. Let us live by His precepts.”—President Thomas S. Monson, “The Priesthood—a Sacred Gift”
    Our Daily Discipleship
    “Our daily discipleship will determine our eternal destiny.”—Elder Kevin W. Pearson, “Stay by the Tree”
    Overcome and Endure
    “God invites all His children to obtain His help to overcome and endure the challenges of this life.”—Elder Joseph W. Sitati, “Be Fruitful, Multiply, and Subdue the Earth”
    Peace of Conscience
    “Faith and hope invite into our lives the sweet peace of conscience for which we all yearn.”—Elder David A. Bednar, “Therefore They Hushed Their Fears”
    Power Requires Revelation
    “The power to speak and act in God’s name requires revelation.”—President Henry B. Eyring, “Priesthood and Personal Prayer”
    Priceless Blessings
    “The blessings of the temple are priceless.”—President Thomas S. Monson, “Blessings of the Temple”
    Rooted in Love
    “We can thrive and bloom if we are rooted in our love of the Savior.”—Elder Quentin L. Cook, “The Lord Is My Light”
    Seek to Complete
    “When we seek to ‘complete’ rather than ‘compete,’ it is so much easier to cheer each other on!”—Sister Linda K. Burton, “We’ll Ascend Together”
    Spiritual Food
    “Spiritual food is necessary for spiritual survival.”—Elder Dallin H. Oaks, “The Parable of the Sower”
    Spiritual Light
    “There will always be a spiritual light that beckons to us, giving us the hope of rescue and relief.”—Elder L. Whitney Clayton, “Choose to Believe”
    “Whenever a woman strengthens the faith of a child, she contributes to the strength of a family—now and in the future.”—Sister Carole M. Stephens, quoting Daughters in My Kingdom In “The Family Is of God”
    “When we offer succor to anyone, the Savior feels it as if we reached out to succor Him.”—President Henry B. Eyring, “‘Is Not This the Fast That I Have Chosen?’”
    The Best Setting
    “A family built on the marriage of a man and woman supplies the best setting for God’s plan to thrive.”—Elder D. Todd Christofferson, “Why Marriage, Why Family”
    The Day That Changed Everything
    “[Easter] is the day that changed everything.”—President Dieter F. Uchtdorf, “The Gift of Grace”
    The Eternal Perspective
    “The eternal perspective of the gospel leads us to understand the place that we occupy in God’s plan.”—Elder Rafael E. Pino, “The Eternal Perspective of the Gospel”
    The Gift of Victory
    “Today we celebrate the gift of victory over every fall we have ever experienced, every sorrow we have ever known.”—Elder Jeffrey R. Holland, “Where Justice, Love, and Mercy Meet”
    The Music of the Gospel
    “Our children’s happiness depends on their ability to hear and love the beautiful music of the gospel.”—Elder Wilford W. Andersen, “The Music of the Gospel”
    The Path Leads Upward
    “With the gift of God’s grace, the path of discipleship does not lead backward; it leads upward.”—President Dieter F. Uchtdorf, “The Gift of Grace”
    The Path We Have Chosen
    “The path that we have chosen to walk is narrow. Along the way are challenges that will require our faith in Jesus Christ.”—Elder Jorge F. Zeballos, “If You Will Be Responsible”
    Thee and Thine
    “In our pursuit of me and mine, have we forgotten Thee and Thine?”—Elder Michael T. Ringwood, “Truly Good and without Guile”
    Who We Are Becoming
    “God cares a lot more about who we are, and who we are becoming, than about who we once were.”—Elder Dale G. Renlund, “Latter-day Saints Keep on Trying.”