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General Conference is in a couple weeks and this is a great time to start preparing for a General Conference themed value project. Below I have 35 ideas you can use or adapt for you own purpose. (Yes you read right 35 ideas, so there is something for everyone in any value you may need to pass off).

You will notice that many of the project ideas are the same, but worded differently to fit into the different values. That’s because any value project can be used for any value, as long as your project is focused on learning more about that value.

You will also see that I took a couple ideas from the Personal Progress Booklet. There are ideas for every value project in there and they can be used as a stepping off point to create your own unique value project.

Here are the value project ideas. Enjoy!

35 Super Cool Value Project Ideas for General Conference

Faith

1.Watch all four sessions and attend the Woman Broad Cast. How has listening to the words of prophets strengthened your faith in Jesus Christ?

2. Take note of when anyone mentions faith (Ways we can incorporate the value in our lives, a scripture or quote them reference, or your own impressions about it.) Then gather your notes and write how you can improve your faith.

3. Study the life of one of the General Authorities (or more than one). Write about how they showed faith during their life and especially while in their callings? Make a list of examples you learned from them which will help you improve your faith. Then strive to follow those examples.

4. After you listen to all the conference talks make a book of quotations about Faith.

5. Write down a list of questions or concerns about the gospel.  As you listen to speakers keep an open ear and heart about your questions. Write down answers you find and impressions you have. Write about how your faith has increased.

6.  (Adapted from a suggestion in the Personal Progress Booklet.)
Before Conference read about faith from previous conference addresses. Learn why this principle is critical to your happiness and temple preparation. As you listen to Conference create an object (such as a picture, a book of quotations, or a hand-stitched item) that will remind you each day to be more faithful.

Divine Nature

7. During conference take notes and listen for ways you can develop your Divine Nature.

8. During conference listen for ways you can improve yourself as a daughter of God (you can also list ways you can prepare to be a wife and mother). Then make a plan to do those things and do them.

9. Make a commitment to be more obedient to Heavenly Father. During conference write down ways you can be more obedient

10. As you listen to conference make something for you future or present home.

11. After you listen to all the conference talks make a book of quotations.  They could all be from the same person, about the same topic, or pick a value to go with it about Divine Nature.

Individual Worth

12. You are a daughter of God and Heavenly Father loves you. Listen for the ways He has shown His love to others.  Each time you add a new item to your list, list the ways He has shown His love to you.

13. Watch all four sessions and attend the Woman Broad Cast. What have you learned about Individual Worth?

14. After you listen to all the conference talks make a book of quotations about Individual Worth.

15. Write down a list of questions or concerns about the gospel.  As you listen to speakers keep an open ear and heart about your questions. Write down answers you find and impressions you have. Write about how the Lord knows your needs and loves you.

16. During conference make a list of ways you can show your family/friends/others how much you love and care for them. Then do those things.

Knowledge

17. Write down a list of questions or concerns about the gospel.  As you listen to speakers keep an open ear and heart about your questions. Write down answers you find and impressions you have.

18. After you listen to all the conference talks make a book of quotations about Knowledge.

19. Review the addresses from the last conference. What did they want you to do then?  Now watch the current conference.  What do they want you to do know?  Compare what they said this time and last time and then do those things.

20. Before Conference, in talks given by General Authorities, research the topics of education both spiritual and temporal.  Learn why these principles are critical to your happiness and temple preparation. As you listen to Conference create an object (such as a picture, a book of quotations, or a hand-stitched item) that will remind you each day to continue to seek knowledge, especially spiritual.

21. During conference write down any time someone mentions their own or someone’s occupation. How were they able to serve the Lord through this occupation? What can you do as you prepare for an occupation to serve the Lord?

22. During conference list the ways education, knowledge, or spiritual preparation will help you during your life.

Choice and Accountability

23. Before conference learn more about why we have prophets and other spiritual leaders. During each talk in conference list they things they ask you (or us) to do. Then do those things.

24. After you listen to all the conference talks make a book of quotations for Choice and Accountability.

25. Before Conference, in talks given by General Authorities, research the topics of choice and accountability (try looking up agency). Learn why these principles are critical to your happiness and temple preparation. As you listen to Conference create an object (such as a picture, a book of quotations, or a hand-stitched item) that will remind you each day of the commitment to be choose wisely and be accountable for your actions.

26. (Adapted from a value project suggestion in the Personal Progress Booklet). “Evaluate your use of media and technology.” During General Conference watch for the counsel given on using the media (include any time someone talks about doing Family History online). Based on what you hear in conference, “create and implement a plan to keep improper media from entering your home. Ensure that your plan encourages the wholesome use of television, movies, music, computers, Internet, cell phones, and other media forms [including social media] in the home. Share your idea with your family and others.” I would also say, “keep to this plan.”

Good Works

27. After you listen to all the conference talks make a book of quotations.  They could all be from the same person, about the same topic, or pick a value to go with it. (You can also make two and give one to someone.)

28. Watch all the sessions of conference and then use one of the talks to create a FHE lessons. Then give that lessons in your next FHE.

29. (Adapted from a value project suggestion in the Personal Progress Booklet) Before Conference, in talks given by General Authorities, research the topics of good works and service (especially look for examples from Christ).  Learn why these principles are critical to your happiness and temple preparation. As you listen to Conference  create an object (such as a picture, a book of quotations, or a hand-stitched item) that will remind you each day to serve others.

30. During conference list they ways you can prepare for a mission (be a better member missionary). Then do those things.

31. During conference list for stories of service, and list the ways you can serve others more. Then do those things.

Integrity

32. (Adapted suggestion from the Personal Progress Booklet): Before Conference, “in talks given by General Authorities, research the topics of integrity and honesty. Learn why these principles are critical to your happiness and temple preparation. (As you listen to Conference) Create an object (such as a picture, a book of quotations, or a hand-stitched item) that will remind you each day of the commitment to be honest and true at all times and known for your personal integrity.”

33. Make a quote book about Integrity from the given conference addresses.

34. For each talk write a list of things they ask you to do and then do those things on the list. Commit yourself to continue to do those things.

35. During conference list ways you can help strength your family and other families. Then do those things.

And there you have it: 35 General Conference value project ideas. So there is no excuse for you not completing one (or more) the next time General Conference comes around.

What other ideas would you add to this list

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