“They Spoke to Us,” New Era, Nov. 2008, 38
Many of the general conference talks have messages relevant for the youth of the Church. Here are just a few examples. Read all the conference talks in the November Ensign and Liahona magazines.
• President Henry B. Eyring teaches of building unity by speaking kindly of one another: “I can promise you a feeling of peace and joy when you speak generously of others in the Light of Christ.” See “Our Hearts Knit as One.”
• “Young people, [sacrament meeting] is not a time for whispered conversations on cell phones or for texting persons at other locations,” says Elder Dallin H. Oaks. Read the rest of his counsel in “Sacrament Meeting and the Sacrament.”
• Sister Elaine S. Dalton says, “I truly believe that one virtuous young woman or young man, led by the Spirit, can change the world, but in order to do so, we must return to virtue.” Read how to change the world in “A Return to Virtue.”