This LDS 24 Week General Conference Study Guide was created to help you study the April 2018 General Conference talks over the next 24 weeks (or 6 months). I love General Conference, but I don’t always get to listen to the talks as much or as closely as I would like (I’m sure many of you can relate). Because of this, I really enjoy being able to read/listen to the talks after General Conference is over. For several years now I have created an LDS General Conference Study Guide to help you (and me) study the General Conference talks. Today I am finally sharing an updated version for the April 2018 talks.
Back in October 2013, I decided that studying the General Conference talks by topic was a great idea, so I created a printable to help me do just that. So many people enjoyed my 22 Weeks of General Conference that I decided to do it for every General Conference. Each printable has a different amount of weeks, though. Last time my printable was “22 Weeks”, and another time before that it was “25 Weeks”. It all depends on how quickly I can get my printable created and up on my site. 🙂 So, this time I am sharing my “24 Weeks of General Conference” printable with you.
LDS 24 Week General Conference Study Guide
There are a few changes for the April 2018 study guide. As I was typing up each of the talks, I decided that I was just going to create a two-page study guide. I usually try to squish them all onto one page, but sometimes that is hard, and that means I have to use a smaller font.
You could print the study guide onto two pages, or have it printed front and back. I also added an extra line for the weekly topic. I did this because there were so many topics with only one talk, so I figured you would be studying multiple topics each week and would need extra room to record the topic for that week.
One other change that I made was to only have one style of study guide. In the past I have shared 3 different styles for the “weekly” part, but as I was creating the April 2018 version, I decided that a simple weekly calendar would be the best.
How it Works
Choose a specific day of the week to pick a new topic(s). I usually decide that Sunday is the best day to do this for me because there isn’t so much going on, but you might choose a Monday or another day of the week. No matter what day you decide on, just find what works best for you, and then stick with it.
On the day that you have chosen, select a topic(s) that you would like to study during that week. On the appropriate “week line” record the topic(s) of your choice. Then, each day take time to read the talk(s) in that topic.
You can do this by yourself, with a spouse, a friend, or a group of friends. My husband and I would do this together and discuss the talks together on Sunday evening after we have put our children to bed.
So, what do you think? Are you ready to study the General Conference talks over the next 24 weeks? You can print out my 24 Week General Conference Study Guide printable using the link below.
I hope you enjoy my 24 Week General Conference Study Guide and use it to study the wonderful talks that were given this last General Conference. I would love to hear if you do, so leave a comment letting me know. And if you need some other great General Conference ideas stop by my “General Conference” Pinterest board, HERE!
Thanks so much for stopping by. Have a wonderful day!
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