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Wednesday, October 17, 2018

My Projection for What the November 2018 Ensign Table of Contents Might Look Like

Hello again, everyone! Hopefully, within the next week or less, the PDF version of the November 2018 Ensign will be available. In preparation for that occurrence, I have put together a projection for what the table of contents for that Ensign might look like. That projection follows below. So as not to disturb its' flow, I will end here as I always do. That does it for this post. Any and all comments are, as always, welcome and appreciated, on any post at any time.

Thank you for the privilege of your time. If you enjoyed what you read here and would like to stay informed of newly-added content, please feel free to subscribe. Until my next post, I wish each one of you all the best and pray that the Lord will bless you all in everything you do.



Possible Table of Contents for the November 2018 Ensign
Session
Page
Title
Speaker

2
Conference Summary for the 188th Annual General Conference


4
Highlights from the 188th Annual General Conference

SAM
8
Opening Remarks
President Russell M. Nelson

11
Deep and Lasting Conversion to Heavenly Father and the Lord Jesus Christ
Elder Quentin L. Cook

14
Lift Up Your Head and Rejoice
M. Joseph Brough

16
Laying the Foundation of a Great Work
Elder Steven R. Bangerter

18
Be Not Troubled
Elder Ronald A. Rasband

22
Gather Together in One All Things in Christ
Elder David A. Bednar

26
Truth and the Plan
President Dallin H. Oaks
SAA
30
The Sustaining of Church Officers
President Henry B. Eyring

32
Firm and Steadfast in the Faith of Christ
Elder D. Todd Christofferson

36
Come, Listen to a Prophet’s Voice
Bishop Dean M. Davies

39
One in Christ
Elder Ulisses Soares

42
Our Campfire of Faith
Elder Gerrit W. Gong

45
All Must Take upon Them the Name Given of the Father
Elder Paul B. Pieper

48
Believe, Love, Do
Elder Dieter F. Uchtdorf
GW
52
For Him
Joy D. Jones

54
Divine Discontent
Michelle D. Craig

56
The Joy of Unselfish Service
Cristina B. Franco

58
Women and Gospel Learning in the Home
President Henry B. Eyring

62
Parents and Children
President Dallin H. Oaks

66
Sisters’ Participation in the Gathering of Israel
President Russell M. Nelson
SUM
70
The Vision of the Redemption of the Dead
President M. Russell Ballard

78
Becoming a Shepherd
Bonnie H. Cordon

82
The Ministry of Reconciliation
Elder Jeffrey R. Holland

86
The Role of the Book of Mormon in Conversion
Elder Shayne M. Bowen

88
Wounded
Elder Neil L. Andersen

92
The Correct Name of the Church
President Russell M. Nelson
SUA
96
Try, Try Try
President Henry B. Eyring

100
The Father
Brian K. Ashton

103
Taking upon Ourselves the Name of Christ
Elder Robert C. Gay

106
Wilt Thou Be Made Whole?
Elder Matthew L. Carpenter

108
Choose You This Day
Elder Dale G. Renlund

112
Now is the Time
Elder Jack N. Gerard

114
Shepherding Souls
Elder Gary E. Stevenson

118
Becoming Exemplary Latter-day Saints
President Russell M. Nelson





72
General Authorities and General Officers of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints






120
Conference Story Index


122
News of the Church


132
Last Page of Conference Ensign


Additional Church News Reported

Hello again, everyone! Within the last 50 hours or so, the Church News has shared several news articles covering a few different topics. This post will serve the purpose of passing along those articles, along with any analysis of those developments as needed. We will move as quickly as possible through these articles, so let's jump right into that discussion.

First of all, the BYU-Provo Museum of Art (hereafter referred to as MOA) has a new exhibit on display which showcases some unique illustrations done by a Jesuit Priest. Next, as many of you may recall, during the recent Women's Session of General Conference, Church President Russell M. Nelson issued four invitations to women of the Church. The first of those was to take part in a 10-day fast from social media, and he provided a prophetic promise that doing so would prove to be a blessing. The Church News is requesting feedback from those who responded to that invitation.

Also published was another set of death notices for Church members who had served in various prominent leadership positions around the world. This week's edition notes the passing of 4 former mission presidents (1 of whom had also served as an MTC presidency member and a regional representative, and 1 other of whom had also served a regional representative and a member of a temple presidency), 2 former mission president’s wives (1 of whom also served as a temple matron), 1 member of the Church curriculum committee, and 1 former Primary General Board member.

As some of you may recall, among the changes in area leadership which occurred on August 1, an area presidency was reestablished for Utah, and Elder Randy D. Funk now serves as Second Counselor in that presidency. He spoke at a recent devotional for LDS Business College students, at which he shared 4 ways in which college students (and, by extension, everyone else) can lighten their burdens in the course of day-to-day living.

The Church News has also provided picture quotes from the October 2018 General Conference, which are designed to be perfect for phones and tablets. I continue to monitor any and all Church news and temple developments on an ongoing basis, and will do my level best to pass word of those along to you all as I become aware of them. That does it for this post. Any and all comments are, as always, welcome and appreciated, on any post at any time.

Thank you for the privilege of your time. If you enjoyed what you read here and would like to stay informed of newly-added content, please feel free to subscribe. Until my next post, I wish each one of you all the best and pray that the Lord will bless you all in everything you do.