Poll: Vote for Your Favorite October 2023 Talk

by | Oct 1, 2023

Which General Conference Talk Should Definitely Become a Lesson?

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Your answers help me decide which “5 Highlights” lesson plan to write up next.

President Nelson’s talk is done.
Sister Freeman’s talk is done.
Elder Oaks’ talk is done.
Elder Bednar’s talk is done.
Sister Runia’s talk is done.
Elder Stevenson’s talk is done.
Elder Eyring’s talk is done.
Elder Uchtdorf’s talk is done.
Sister Wright’s talk is done.
Elder Gong’s talk is done.

Please see “General Conference Talks with 5 Highlights” for more talks.

Is there a talk that you could visualize becoming a great class discussion? Vote for it!


[Please leave your vote in the comments.]

I will count the first three votes for each person.

(Otherwise, it doesn’t really prioritize them.)

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40 Comments

  1. Marlene

    Koch
    Daines
    Ardern

  2. dlm

    Sabin

  3. sbking

    Choi – Do You Want to Be Happy?
    Sabin – Hallmarks of Happiness

  4. Kandace Armbruster

    Wright
    Gong

  5. Lori Adams-Hupp

    Anderson
    Wright

  6. Mary

    I loved Amy Wrights talk 🙂

  7. mpwp

    Giraud-Carrier
    Soares

  8. Stacy Buchanan

    So many!! But I will vote for the ones I have been assigned to teach so I can get an outline from you haha
    Newman, Phillips, Uchtdorf

  9. DD

    Stevenson, Gong, Giraud-Carrier

  10. Jane

    Anderson, Tithing: Opening the Windows of Heaven
    Wright, Abide the Day in Christ
    Uchtdorf, The Prodigal and the Road That Leads Home

  11. P

    Sis Amy Wright

  12. Raelyn

    Uchtdorf
    Phillips
    Rasband

  13. Michele Vasi

    Elder Waddell
    Sister Ruina
    Elder Eyring

  14. Heather

    Carrier
    Bednar
    Godoy
    Runia

  15. Ibetzaida Figueroa

    Carrier. Q. Cook. Uchtdorf

  16. Christina

    Tamara Runia
    Uchtdorf
    Phillips

  17. Richard Barker

    Gary E Stevenson
    Emily B Freeman
    Ian  S Ardern

  18. Terri Klabunde

    Emily Belle Freeman
    Gary Sabin
    Tamara W Runia

  19. Amy

    President Russell M. Nelson
    Elder Robert M. Daines
    Elder Dale G. Renlund

  20. Francine Pollock

    Phillips
    Uchtdorf

  21. Pauline Brown

    President Freeman
    Elder Bednar
    Elder Phillips
    Sister Wright

  22. Sally Seil

    Sister Runia
    Elder Oaks
    Pres Eyring

  23. Susan

    Uchtdorf

  24. Kim Beauchat

    Kim Beauchat

    Amy Wright
    Elder Bednar
    Carlos Godoy
    Gary Sabin
    John c pingree
    Valerie cordon
    Elder Gong
    Christophe giraud carrier
    President Nelson

  25. Emma

    Carrier
    Bednar
    Freeman

  26. Amy

    Sister Emily Belle Freeman
    Sister Tamara Runia
    President Eyring
    Elder Anderson
    Elder Stevenson

  27. Julie Lynch

    Sister Emily B Freeman

  28. Claudia A Oldland

    Elder Godoy
    Elder Costa
    Elder Phillips
    Elder Sabin
    President Freeman
    Brother Waddell
    President Eyring

  29. Alene Harrison

    Elder Robert Daines
    Elder Gary B. Sabin
    Elder Gerrit W. Gong

  30. Mary

    Emily Freeman

  31. Danene Knowlden

    Elder Bednar
    Elder Daines
    Elder Newman
    Sis. wright

  32. JeanneLauree Olsen

    Emily Belle Freeman

  33. Gerald Higginbotham

    Elder sabin

  34. Craig A Berry

    Elder Bednar talk
    Elder Stevens talk
    Elder Christofferson talk

  35. Jenae Huling

    Emily Bell Freeman

  36. Deborah

    Its hard to choose, but Elder Stevenson, Elder Sabin, and President Freeman stand out to me.

  37. Terri

    Sister Tamara Runia’s talk was exceptional!

  38. Jon

    Elder Anderson
    Sister Runia
    Elder Cooke
    (I haven’t listened to the last session yet.)

  39. Kay Wright

    Sister Emily Belle Freeman
    Elder Gary B Sabin
    Elder Joni L Koch

  40. Linda Kohler

    Carrier
    Freeman
    Oaks

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