Conference Story Index
May 2011

“Conference Story Index,” Ensign, May 2011, 129

Conference Story Index

The following is a list of selected experiences from general conference addresses for use in personal study, family home evening, and other teaching. The number refers to the first page of the talk.



Jean A. Stevens

(10) Children show example by paying tithing.

Liam listens to his father’s voice during medical treatment.

Elder Walter F. González

(13) Reporter wonders if good treatment of spouses is truth or fiction.

Elder Kent F. Richards

(15) Young girl sees angels around children in a hospital.

Elder Quentin L. Cook

(18) Purse contents reflect a young woman’s gospel living.

Sister in Tonga suggests a way to help young adult men.

President Henry B. Eyring

(22) Community gives service after the Teton Dam breaks.

President Boyd K. Packer

(30) Stake president counsels man to “leave it alone” after the death of his wife.

Elder Dallin H. Oaks

(42) Captain Ray Cox forgoes sleep to keep soldiers safe.

Aron Ralston summons courage to save his life.

Elder M. Russell Ballard

(46) Gold prospector learns to value flakes of gold.

Elder Neil L. Andersen

(49) Sidney Going chooses a mission over rugby.

Larry M. Gibson

(55) Deacons quorum president learns his responsibilities.

President Dieter F. Uchtdorf

(58) Man doesn’t realize what privileges are included on a cruise ship.

President Henry B. Eyring

(62) Quorum searches for member lost in the woods.

Henry B. Eyring visits faithful high priest.

President Thomas S. Monson

(66) Thomas S. Monson invites couple to witness a sealing.

Elder Paul V. Johnson

(78) Young woman is converted during long illness.

Bishop H. David Burton

(81) Robert Taylor Burton helps rescue a handcart company.

Silvia H. Allred

(84) Young mother is served by her visiting teacher.

President Thomas S. Monson

(90) Brazilian Saints travel long distances from Manaus to the temple.

Mou Tham family sacrifices to go to the temple.

Thomas S. Monson participates in groundbreaking for a temple in Rome, Italy.

Elder Richard G. Scott

(94) Richard G. Scott is urged to play with children instead of fixing the washer.

Jeanene Scott saves love notes.

Richard G. Scott cares for young son with heart problem.

Elder D. Todd Christofferson

(97) Hugh B. Brown prunes a currant bush and then is figuratively pruned himself.

Elder Carl B. Pratt

(101) Whetten family pays tithing and receives blessings.

Elder C. Scott Grow

(108) C. Scott Grow’s brother makes poor choices but then repents.

Ann M. Dibb

(115) Kristi sets an example that Jenn remembers when she seeks for the truth.

Mary N. Cook

(118) Child sees a picture of Jesus in a school locker.

Young woman chooses not to attend a questionable movie.

Elaine S. Dalton

(121) Young Women walk from Draper, Utah, to the Salt Lake Temple.