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President Russell M. Nelson: A plea to my sisters

a plea to my sisters

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Conference Parables — Memorable stories in General Conference by those who told them. We need your strength! President Russell M. You can find the talk on LDS. If you wanted to discuss it further, you could have one class member at a time pick a characteristic and either give an example of how a woman might display that characteristic or state why the Church needs women with that characteristic. As the teacher, you may want to go first to give an example.

Twice, I stood in my Brooklyn apartment, during the Saturday morning session of conference, to sustain Russell M. Nelson as Prophet, Seer and Revelator and the twelve apostles. I stood as a member of the Relief Society and as a member of this Church. I did this with full conviction and heart. I sustain the Prophet. I now plead with President Nelson, the first presidency, the twelve apostles, the auxiliary presidencies and any other decision-makers to continue to give more opportunities for our female leaders to address the general assembly.

Brothers and sisters, when we met in general conference six months ago, none of us anticipated the coming changes that would tug at the heartstrings of the entire Church. Elder L. We were stunned when just a few days later, we learned of the cancer that would soon take him from us. He was frail last April, yet he was determined to declare his witness as long as he had breath. We missed Elder Richard G. And just 12 days ago, Elder Scott was called home and reunited with his beloved Jeanene. It has been difficult for me to believe that these three treasured friends, these magnificent servants of the Lord, are gone.

A Plea to My Sisters. By President Russell M. Nelson. President of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles. We need your strength, your conversion, your conviction.
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President Russell M. A prophesy made by President Spencer W. Kimball in has now been fulfilled, according to President Nelson. This will happen to the degree that the women of the church reflect righteousness and articulateness in their lives and to the degree that the women of the church are seen as distinct and different, in happy ways, from the women of the world. President Nelson described the importance women have and the dependence that men have on the women of the church.



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A Plea to My Sisters

President of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles. We need your strength, your conversion, your conviction, your ability to lead, your wisdom, and your voices. Brothers and sisters, when we met in general conference six months ago, none of us anticipated the coming changes that would tug at the heartstrings of the entire Church. Elder L. We were stunned when just a few days later, we learned of the cancer that would soon take him from us. He was frail last April, yet he was determined to declare his witness as long as he had breath. We missed Elder Richard G.

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