Update Monday 4-29-19: Most of the audio and much of the video recordings of the conference have beeen posted on restoration archives. Denver has made his paper on Civilization available on his site. Transcripts of the talk and the Q&A should be available in the coming weeks. The audio of the Adolpho’s presentation is also on the archives.
The conference organizers have asked that participants in Saturday’s breakout sessions sign up for each of the four sessions they wish to attend. Remember there are four time-slots but there are twelve locations. We have enough spots to accommodate the hundreds of attendees who have RSVP’d plus many more we expect to show up. All are welcome.
In this post, we have added three items for your consideration. First is a request to sign up for the individual breakout sessions on Saturday. Second is a late addition to the conference program – a presentation on Recovering the Lost Sheep by Robert and Quintina Adolpho. Third is a reminder to submit questions for Denver’s Q&A session.
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Robert and Quintina Adolpho
Rob and Q delivered a portion of this presentation to an indigenous audience in Maui on March 21st, and would like to expound upon it, perhaps to encourage a different approach to Recovering the Lost Sheep, differently than the common colonization approach (remnants from our LDS culture). The materials they will address will mainly come from familiar passages in the Book of Mormon.
They want to speak about temple concepts found in the Book of Mormon, gone unnoticed, that will help us see a path for using the Book of Mormon as an ascent text. And finally, tying Native American and Polynesian Cultural Symbolism, as an expression of remnants of truth that are live embers awaiting the breath of life to reignite them.
The Conference committee felt it was important to add this to the conference and give those who are staying Sunday night another option. We will have audio recordings available for those who cannot make it to listen later. Thank you for understanding and we hope it brings further light to this General Conference on the Temple. The location of the presentation is the Avalon Theater. The presentation is Sunday from 2:30 to 4:00.
After his presentation on Sunday, Denver will be responding to inquiries. He has asked for questions to be submitted in advance. We thought it might be helpful to see what others have asked. You can enter your questions as comments on this page, which will be moderated and then shared there.
This is a prime opportunity to ask whatever has been on your mind about the ongoing restoration, Denver’s work with the scripture committee, the process of revelation, his observations on the work in the fellowships, or in particular, the temple, which is a major focus of this conference. Thanks for adding your questions for the conference.
Update Sunday 4-21-19: It is hoped the audio recording of the conference will be posted on restoration archives before the end of the day today. We are told the video likely won’t be available until later this week. Denver usually makes his papers available within a few days. We’re hoping for a transcript of the Q&A also later this week.