I've had so many people asking for a General Conference study schedule since the day after General Conference ended! I actually had the privilege of attending several sessions in person, and it was a really powerful experience. I am usually a really big note-taker, but this year I was a bit more relaxed and was able to gain some really great insights from watching it in person. Despite making it a big event, I usually struggle to be consistent in studying Conference talks after the fact.
This study schedule has been helpful to me in the past, and I hope it will be again! The talks aren't organized by session, but are paired up by topic (very loosely, though). It's spaced out with two talks per week, starting May 15th and ending September 11th. It's super adaptable and only serves as one suggestion for how to get the most out of your study.
As always, studying General Conference could be an AMAZING Personal Progress Project. You could make a study journal or a blog for recording your thoughts, or highlight quotes in each talk about a particular young women value--there are so many possibilities!
You can download a printable PDF here!
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