General Conference thoughts: Adjustments to Strengthen Youth and Beloved Daughters

It’s interesting, isn’t it? Whenever there is a change in format to be announced in conference, President Nelson first stands and endorses the change that is about to come. He lets us know that the First Presidency is in favor of the change. It’s an important element in all this flurry to know that the Prophet of God is in fact magnifying his calling. But that’s a side note.

We all have heard the term “circling the wagons.” To protect from a hostile attack pioneers would circle their wagons to provide protection. That is what we are doing now. First, the Come, Follow Me curriculum was introduced to the youth and now even more changes.

Another thought that came to mind is that the well don’t need a physician. Obviously, there is concern about the rising generation and efforts are being made to protect and strengthen the youth.

Times they are a changing and we need to adapt with them.

Witnesses, Aaronic Priesthood Quorums, and Young Women Classes by President Russell M. Nelson

Adjustments to Strengthen Youth by Quentin L. Cook

Beloved Daughters by Bonnie H. Cordon

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