Here are some of my favorites from Sunday's conference sessions:
1. Elder Uchtdorf's message, "You are Christ's hands." I appreciate his thought that we ought not to make others feel deficient, and that it is wrong to suggest those who suffer deserve their suffering.
2. Elder Scott's Easter message, which echoed Elder Holland's from last year that suggested that God did not forsake the Savior on the cross.
3. Elder Cook's call for civility in our discourse even when we disagree, suggesting that a measure of how we follow the Savior can be seen in how we disagree.
4. President Monson's touching Easter message with the greatest words in Christendom including the words, "He is risen!" That the darkness of death can be dispelled by the light of truth. I was particularly touched hearing the story of the family who lost a son to illness while sitting in the home of a family that had done the same.
5. Elder Nelson's linking of Family History to the atonement, and his gentle prodding that I need to get to work!
6. Elder Hales story: "Grandpa, are you in there?"
7. That Elder Foster is a farmer and a rancher.
8. Elder Anderson's recommendation that we speak more of Jesus Christ with our children.
9. President Monson's concluding counsel to look to the lighthouse of the Lord.
What touched you?