Every six months like clockwork, I have readers flocking here to find out how to watch General Conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon) online. Though I don't blog here as often I have in the past, I want to make sure you get what you're looking for. In order to accomplish that, I want to send you over to Larry Richmond at LDS Media Talk where he shares: 8 Ways to Access LDS General Conference

We may not know all the reasons why the prophets and conference speakers address us with certain topics in conference, but the Lord does. President Harold B. Lee taught: “The only safety we have as members of this church is to … give heed to the words and commandments that the Lord shall give through His prophet. There will be some things that take patience and faith. You may not like what comes from the authority of the Church. It may contradict your [personal] views. It may contradict your social views. It may interfere with some of your social life. But if you listen to these things, as if from the mouth of the Lord Himself, with patience and faith, the promise is that ‘the gates of hell shall not prevail against you; … and the Lord God will disperse the powers of darkness from before you, and cause the heavens to shake for your good, and his name’s glory’ (D&C 21:6).” 
Elder Robert D. Hales

You can also visit the Mormon Newsroom for more information and updates throughout the conferences: http://www.mormonnewsroom.org/article/church-hosts-187th-annual-general-conference

"Latter-day Saints from around the world will participate in the 187th Annual General Conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints beginning this weekend. The general women’s session, the first of six sessions of general conference, will be held Saturday, March 25, 2017, at 6:00 p.m. (mountain daylight time) at the Conference Center in Salt Lake City.

Women, young women and girls ages 8 and older are invited to attend in person or to watch a live broadcast online or in local meetinghouses."

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