Members of the LDS Church are entitled to personal revelation as they listen to and study the inspired words spoken at general conference. President Uchtdorf invited members in 2011, "As you prepare for general conference, I invite you to ponder questions you need to have answered.... Make a list of questions or concerns you would like help with. Ponder and pray about your list, asking to receive guidance during conference."
1. Missionary Work: share the gospel with everyone, not just friends. Don't judge who you think will accept. Find out what others are pondering and how the LDS doctrine and Book of Mormon answers their specific questions of the soul. Share details of God's great plan of happiness. Investigators are more interested in the positive effect of the gospel on their lives before they will consider accepting the doctrine.
2. Family: Your children are your most important gospel investigators. Share with them your testimonies of Christ and His gospel and express gratitude for the blessings of the gospel in your and their lives. Read to them from the Book of Mormon every day.
3. Doctrine: Salvation is not about being good enough. We will never be good enough but it is about being deemed acceptable before God through Christ. God's love is perfect, infinite and eternal but not unconditional. The glad tidings of the gospel are the conditions of repentance and the conditions of eternal life that when met will both extend mercy and satisfy the demands of justice. Eternal life is conditional. We must abide in God's love and grace.
Paul continued to struggle with a "thorn of the flesh". Paul's being born again wasn't about being saved in his sin but continually striving to repent, overcome and enduring to the end.
4. Hometeaching: Watch over the members. Monthly visits are the ideal but do the best you can. "Everything counts". Encourage families in their spiritual duties and receiving spiritual blessings. Have my HT companion son Devin help arrange appointments.