25 Weeks of General Conference: Free Printable

Did you enjoy General Conference? We were able to attend the Saturday morning session. I always enjoy being able to attend a live session of General Conference. There’s such a special spirit there. This time we got to our seats early and were there when President Monson entered. If you have never been able to attend a session put it on your to-do list. As you are sitting there waiting for General Conference you can hear the hum of the thousands of people talking. And then as soon as President Monson enters, all is quiet and everyone stands. As I stood there beside my husband, son, and extended family, I couldn’t help but get a little emotional at the sight of our beloved prophet, this humble servant of our Heavenly Father. It was my son’s first time attending General Conference. What a special experience it was for him, he loved it, and can’t wait to go again.

To top it all off we were able to hear the Mormon Tabernacle Choir sing, “Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing”. When President Eyring announced the closing hymn, there was a quiet gasp heard throughout the Conference center. Usually you will see quite a few people even get up and leave during the closing hymn (to beat the crowds), but not that day. I hardly saw anyone leave. Once again, I got emotional as I saw members of the Tabernacle Choir singing while tears trickled down their face. It was an amazing experience, one that I will remember and cherish.


25 Weeks of General Conference Printable

Today I am sharing my popular ’25 Weeks of General Conference’ printable! In the past my printables have been ’22 Weeks’, but I guess I was able to get to work and complete this sooner, so this one is ’25 Weeks’, it actually might be 26…but 25 sounded better. haha


I am so glad to hear that so many of you enjoy my ’25 Weeks of General Conference’ Printable. It makes me smile to know that people are enjoying my printables! 🙂 Have my printables helped you take the time to study the conference talks in the past? I would love to hear if they did.


As usual, I created 2 different color options to choose from, and 3 different styles. This time I chose a cute mint polka dot background and a black and white arrow. Take your pick and print out to your heart’s desire.


In the past I have had some people ask if I would create one with blank month titles. And since I like to make all you wonderful people happy…I did it! While I was creating my latest ’25 Weeks of General Conference’ printables, I decided to go ahead and create a third option!

For my third option, I decided to create one without months and just stick with weeks 1-25. Here’s a peek:


This is for those of you who don’t want to mess with months. Just start right where you are and pick a topic to study for that particular week, and then write down the topic that you chose on the appropriate week line.

At the end of the week, pick a new topic and write it down on the next line.


These printables are great for personal study, but would also be great to handout to your church class, FHE, sisters you VT, families you home teach, friends, anyone!

Click HERE to Print My 25 Weeks of General Conference Printable!

Click HERE to Print my blank 25 Weeks ofGeneral Conference Printable!

Click Here to Print My blank weekly 25 Weeks of General Conference Printable!


I hope you find my ’25 Weeks of General Conference’ printables helpful, and can use them to help you study the General Conference talks for the next 25 weeks. I would love to hear if you use them, and what you think, so leave me a comment.

Thanks so much for stopping by! Have a wonderful day!



Hi! I’m Sheena, the blogger behind Little LDS Ideas. I love sharing LDS Ideas and printables to help make your life and calling a little bit easier. I am a mother to 4 and a wife to one amazing guy. In addition to being busy with blogging and being a wife/mother, I am also in school. Studying and homework keeps me busy, but I love it. Thanks so much for stopping by! ♥


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  1. This is such a great idea! I love the mint polka dots too. Thank you!

  2. Thank you Thank you! I’ve been looking for something like this since Conference ended! 🙂 You Rock!

  3. Helen M Smith

    I am so happy to come across this great idea. Thank you very much for being creative and sharing.

    1. Thanks, Helen! I’m glad you found me. Enjoy my ’25 Weeks of General Conference’ printable. 🙂

  4. I love this idea! If we are going to keep the messages of conference alive it requires some effort on our part. Thanks for giving us something simple to do that.

    1. Thanks, Heather! Glad you like the printable. I have enjoyed creating these for each General Conference. 🙂

  5. Kim

    Wow! This is great Sheena!! Thank you so much for sharing 🙂 Re-reading and listening to conference talks really helps us remember and get even more out of what was said!

    1. I get so much out of re-reading the Conference talks. Can’t wait for my Ensign! Thanks for the comment, Kim. 🙂

  6. So neat that you got to hear that song in the Conference Center. Thanks for the printables to keep me studying.

  7. Thank you Sheena! This is great! You are awesome for doing this!!

    1. Thanks, Wendy. I’m so glad you like the printable. 🙂

  8. Carol

    Thank you so much ! I love this idea & I love your printables. Thanks for sharing.

  9. Maddie

    Sister, you are brilliant! To tell you honestly your ideas are not little but they are awesome! I love reading and browsing your website! Thank you for sharing to us your fantastic ideas. You have such a beautiful mind and wonderful heart.

    1. Oh, Maddie. Thank you so much for your kind comment. I really appreciate it. I’m so glad that my ideas are helpful, and that you like them. 🙂

  10. Candice Stauffer

    Love, love, love this!!! I do a VT bulletin board in our RS every month, and I’m totally using this “little idea” for May! Have to agree with Maddie – your ideas may seem little to YOU, but they have BIG results! I just got 5 packages of highlighters at local Dollar store, printed out the monthly study sheets, and now so excited to share with my route sisters!! Blessings on you, Sheena, for your awesome service to all of us.

    1. You are so sweet, Candice. Thank you so much for your comment. I hope your sisters enjoy their General Conference highlighters, I used mine yesterday. 🙂

  11. Vesna

    Thank you so much for this beautiful and stylish Conference reading chart! I love it and am handing it out to our young women. Love your blog. Thanks again.

  12. Wendy W

    I have been using this to study since last conference and for the first time, I have actually reviewed every coherence address before the next conference. It has helped me in preparing for lessons and talks. Thank you! I look forward to the next version.

    1. That is great, Wendy! Thank you so much for taking the time to come back and let me know how much you’ve enjoyed the printable. ? I will be sharing a new one sometime in the next couple of weeks.

  13. Lydia

    Do you have the last conference yet?

    1. Hi Lydia! I am working on it, sorry. I was hoping to have it finished, but I am in school, and this week turned out to be more work than I anticipated. I am working on it tonight! 🙂

  14. Sonia van Biljon

    Hi I love your idea so much. I gave them out for visiting teaching at the last conference and to my family and now my mom is asking where is October’s? She loved it and followed it closely. Please let us know when the new one is out. I’ll be watching out for it. Thank you!!!

  15. Stacie

    Okay, new Latter Day Saint, here! Can you explain to me how to use this printable? I’m sure it’s very clear, but I am lost, ha! I absolutely love your site, thank you SO MUCH!

    1. Hi Stacie! Glad you found my printable. So, the idea is to pick a topic each week and write it on the line in the right column. Throughout the week, read the talks from the topic that you chose. The following week, choose a new topic and write the new topic on the next line. I update these for each General Conference. This is an older one, here is the link to the newest one for the April 2018 General Conference: https://littleldsideas.net/general-conference-ideas/24-week-general-conference-study-guide/ . 🙂 Let me know if you have any other questions.