GENERAL CONFERENCE

KSL-TV Programming Over General Conference, Easter Weekend

Apr 3, 2021, 2:58 AM | Updated: 3:17 am
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SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – KSL-TV, KSL Newsradio and Deseret News are your source for General Conference coverage. Four of five sessions will be broadcast live – plus, the Saturday evening session will be available online and in our apps.

The four general sessions for the 191st Annual General Conference for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are scheduled for Saturday, April 3, at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., and Sunday April 4, at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. The Saturday evening session at 6 p.m. will also be broadcast on ksltv.com and the KSL-TV apps.

Along with this coverage, KSL Television and KSL Newsradio will broadcast exclusive programming all weekend-long, aimed at providing comfort and hope to you and your family.

Here is a rundown of what to watch for:

Special Programming on KSL Television

Saturday, April 3, 2020

9:30-10:00 am History of The Saints 

What is the Doctrine and Covenants, how did it come to be, and what is its role in the Lord’s work? This is the timely and important subject of this special presentation of History of the Saints. President Benson said in April 1987 “God bless us all to use all the scriptures, but in particular the instrument He designed to bring us to Chris—the Book of Mormon, the keystone of our religion—along with its companion volume, the capstone, the Doctrine and Covenants, the instrument to bring us to Christ’s kingdom, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.”

10:00-12:00 pm GENERAL CONFERENCE SATURDAY MORNING SESSION

12:00-12:30 pm Beauty For Ashes

Incredible stories of faith and perseverance from people impacted by the devastating fires in Oregon. Travel with a family as they return to the site of their home for the first time and discover preserved family treasures amid the ruin. Meet two sisters who lost everything but found healing through the help of others. Hear songs of mourning written by musicians whose lives were upended by the fires. And experience the determination of Stake members from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints who work tirelessly to help everyone within their reach.

12:30-1:30 pm World Report of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

The World Report is a semiannual report of the news events around the world pertaining to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

1:30-2:00 pm The Renovation

Temple Square is Utah’s most visited attraction… over 5 million tourists come here each year. After 126-years, the historic Salt Lake Temple is closed now for four years. Major structural and seismic renovations are underway. Dan Rascon looks at the grand plans for the remodel and the history of this iconic building that took pioneers 40-years to build. Plus you’ll see what the closure means for temple patrons and others who spend time here…and get a preview of what you can expect to see in 2024.

2:00-4:00 pm GENERAL CONFERENCE SATURDAY AFTERNOON SESSION

4:00-4:30 pm Onward Ever Onward: A New Era in Missionary Work

It’s an unprecedented day for missionary work in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The quick on-set of the pandemic generated the challenge of navigating thousands of people back to their homelands. Never before has the church had to negotiate the mass transit of so many missionaries so quickly. Decisions then had to be made on how to get missionaries back into the field. Along the way a new era in missionary work has been born. Social media is now playing a key role in the miracle of conversion and missionaries are busier than ever. Incredible stories are emerging throughout the world as people are finding the need to turn to God in these troubling times. In this documentary we talk to those who have been directly affected by the changes. Elder Dieter F. Uchtdorf of the Quorum of the 12 Apostles shares insight about what is happening and how it is impacting the missionary efforts worldwide.

4:30-5:00 pm Saved by Shop Class

High School shop class might seem an unlikely place to find healing and purpose but that is precisely the place some students feel most at home. Hear stories from men and women who had personal struggles while in high school, but whose life-course changed thanks to an understanding teacher and the thrill of working with their own hands. For them shop class became a place of belonging and refuge. Even decades later the lasting impact of their experiences stays with them still.

6:00-7:30 pm GENERAL CONFERENCE PRIESTHOOD SESSION


Sunday April 4, 2021

9:00-9:30 am President Nelson: The First Three Years

Since members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints sustained President Russell M. Nelson as the Church’s 17th president he has logged well over 115,000 miles — traveling to six continents, 32 nations and territories and 49 cities. He has met with members in large and small settings — often addressing them in their own language — and with world leaders. He has also reached out to victims of crime, comforted those grieving and acknowledged dozens of children. The goal of the 95-year-old world religious leader is “to build bridges of cooperation rather than walls of segregation.” It is the kind of outreach that touches entire congregations and individuals at the same time. It is a ministry that inspires the masses to look forward.

9:30-10:00 am MUSIC AND THE SPOKEN WORD: TABERNACLE CHOIR AT TEMPLE SQUARE

10:00-12:00 pm GENERAL CONFERENCE SUNDAY MORNING SESSION

12:00-12:30 pm Guided By A Prophet

Revelation in a pandemic. A look back at changes that happened within the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints during 2020, and the guidance and counsel the prophet President Russell M. Nelson gave. Saints throughout the world share how they navigate through the trials of the pandemic while heeding the counsel of President Nelson. From fear, to heartbreak, to loss and then finding new ways of worship. What have they learned about personal faith and how to move forward united and stronger?

12:30-1:00 pm United in Prayer

Amid the global coronavirus pandemic people of many faiths are called upon to come together in prayer and fasting. Millions responded. And now with the help of the internet faithful believers from throughout the world share common ground in uniting in prayer. People are finding ways to connect with one another in new and unique ways despite the difficulties happening around them. Many say the power of these online connections and prayers is palatable and brings both hope and comfort. We follow the stories of some of these people as they share their experiences about the calming influence of these connections.

1:00-1:30 pm For the Love of Food

Food fuels our body…but it also feeds our soul. It’s the unspoken truth that true “foodies” have always known: the real power of a good recipe goes beyond its ingredients. Food can serve, heal, connect, bind, and uplift human hearts. Food is service. Food is love. See how women are using food to express their faith, and share their beliefs, in unique ways…to take “comfort food” beyond the kitchen, and share it with people around the world.

1:30-2:00 pm Toward Understanding: The Black Experience

Toward Understanding is a documentary created with the hope of improving awareness and building bridges of understanding. It is a personal look at the reality of racism and how it impacts our community, our churches, and our homes. Parents, children, community and church leaders speak up about issues of discrimination and racism that affect all of us. Powerful and honest insight on the importance of diversity, equity and inclusion and how we can do better. The insightful dialogue and experiences shared help dispel stereotypes and biases and gives viewers an opportunity to see the humanity in one another.

2:00-4:00 pm GENERAL CONFERENCE SUNDAY AFTERNOON SESSION

4:00-5:00 pm We Remember

After more than 50 General Conference specials and dozens of trips around the globe, Carole Mikita has spent much of her life sharing stories about The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She has traveled alongside Prophets and Apostles to some of the most remote areas in the world, and some of the most cosmopolitan cities on earth. All along the way members of the church have shared inspiring stories about their faith and conversion. Carole revisits some of these stories and tells how it all began. Meet the KSL team of reporters, photographers, producers and editors who accompanied her as they reflect back and share deeply personal memories of times never to be forgotten!

Each of these programs will also be available to watch anytime, anywhere online and on your mobile devices. Here’s how to access them:

  1. ONLINE: https://ksltv.com/
  2. MOBILE APPS: KSLtv app. Download the free app for iOS and Android devices in English.
  3. CONNECTED TV: KSLtv apps  are available for free on Amazon Fire TVRokuiOSAndroid and fourth generation Apple TV boxes

Special Programming on KSL Newsradio

Saturday, April 3

9:30 am Conference Walk-up with KSL’s Maria Shilaos

10:00 am General Conference: Saturday Morning Session

12:00 noon Hope on the Horizon: Science and faith come together to fight COVID

Hosts Dave Noriega and Debbie Dujanovic continue KSL NewsRadios’ series “Hope on the Horizon” this time exploring the connection between faith, science, and the different aspects of COVID-19 vaccine development and distribution.

1:00 pm Seeking a Path to Safety 

A conversation between KSL’s Amanda Dickson and the leading thinkers from law enforcement, mental health, government and family about how we can keep our schools safer – and not just our schools, but our churches, theaters and other public places. 

2:00 pm General Conference: Saturday Afternoon Session

4:00 pm Boosting Our Boys Grades

Dave Noriega and Debbie Dujanovic talk to experts to help determine the cause of the gender grade gap and some possible solutions to that will benefit boys without negatively affecting girls.   


Sunday, April 4

8:00 – 9:00 am A Woman’s View with Amanda Dickson – A special conference edition 

9:00 am After It All

9:30 am Music and the Spoken Word: The Choir at Temple Square

10:00-12:00 pm General Conference: Sunday Morning Session

12:00 pm Tangibilitate: For President Nelson, next is now

The Reverend Amos Brown has a made-up word everyone should learn: Tangibilitate; Meaning, making something real, perceptible, understandable, touchable, and obtainable. Host Boyd Matheson explores the facets of the transformational impact of tangibilitation in individual lives and how President Russell M. Nelson’s tenure as president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is a model for how a leader can tangibilitate the gospel through powerful, personal invitations.

1:00 pm Preaching in a pandemic: Missionary work continues to move forward

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints missions include strengthening its members and spreading the gospel, even in a pandemic. While the world has been in the grips of the coronavirus the Church has adapted the way it preaches, incorporating remote meetings, social media, virtual services and more. Host Mary Richards visits with Church leaders and recently returned missionaries and mission presidents on how the challenges of adapting have brought beautiful blessings.

2:00-4:00 pm General Conference: Sunday Afternoon Session

Each of these programs will also be available online at kslnewsradio.com.


Deseret News and Church News

The Deseret News has covered The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints since 1850. That 171-year tradition continues this General Conference with a live stream, talk summaries and live tweets.

  • Deseret.com: Watch our live stream and read in-depth analysis of themes and announcements
  • TheChurchNews.com: Review summaries of each speaker’s remarks, posted minutes after each talk
  • Twitter.com: Follow along with live tweets of news and memorable quotes from our general conference Twitter account
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