Latter-day Saints charged with ‘removing the debris’ through kindness, inclusion and Christlike love

From his office in the Church Administration Building, President Russell M. Nelson has a front-row seat to the work taking place as part of the Salt Lake Temple renovation.

In opening the 191st Annual General Conference on Saturday, April 3, President Nelson said as he has watched workers pull out old tree roots, plumbing, wiring and a leaky fountain, “I have thought about the need for each of us to remove, with the Savior’s help, the old debris in our lives.”

As general Church leaders addressed members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the Saturday sessions of general conference, many of them offered counsel on how the gospel of Jesus Christ can help “remove the debris” and help individuals and the Church continue to move forward.

The Savior’s gospel “is a gospel of hope, of healing and of progress,” President Nelson said. “Thus, the gospel is a message of joy! Our spirits rejoice with every small step forward we take.”

 

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