If you have followed my blog for awhile, then you know that I always share a great LDS General Conference Study Sheet after General Conference is over. Today I am sharing the latest study sheets I created for the October 2016 General Conference! YAY!
I have 2 different colors to choose from: coral and a dark grey. As well as 2 different types/schedules to choose from. One of the printables is a ’25 Week’ schedule, and the other is a ’22 Week’ schedule. The 25 Week schedule, is divided by weeks, while the 22 week schedule is divided into months.
25 Weeks of General Conference Study Sheet
I have read through (quickly through) the General Conference talks, and grouped the talks into topics. Some talks could fit into several topics, but I tried to choose the main topic from each talk. Each week, choose a topic that you will study, and write it on the appropriate line. Study, listen, and/or watch the talks in that category as much as possible throughout the week. At the end of the week, choose a new topic, and write it on the next line.
If you would like some General Conference Study sheets, to take notes on, check out this post.
I created these study sheets last year, as a way to write down favorite quotes, scriptures, and ways to apply the teachings to your life.
I hope you enjoy my 25 Weeks of General Conference Study Sheets, and use them to study the General Conference talks over the next 6 months. I am hoping to start up my ‘Talk Tuesday’ Facebook Live videos where I share teaching tips for 4th Sunday lessons, so be on the look-out. I will post a schedule on my Facebook Page, HERE, soon. Click the link below to print yours study sheets!
I would love to hear what you think of my study sheets, and if you have used them in the past, so leave me a comment letting me know.
Thanks so much for stopping by! Have a wonderful day!
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