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Special General Conference Shows on KSL NewsRadio This Conference Weekend that Will Give You Peace and Happiness

Oct 3, 2019, 6:21 PM
The Conference Center will be at half capacity this weekend for General Conference. It's the first ...
The Conference Center will be at half capacity this weekend for General Conference. It's the first time since April 2019 that Church members were allowed to attend General Conference in person. Salt Lake Chamber President Derek Miller says those coming downtown this weekend will give a boost to the Salt Lake economy.

This look at the KSL NewsRadio Conference Special Programming schedule is sponsored by Zerorez


Special General Conference Shows

The weekend of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints’ General Conference, KSL NewsRadio Features Special General Conference shows. This season’s shows are guaranteed to give you peace and happiness. This year KSL Host Jeff Caplan will take you into the new homeless resource centers in Utah. Boyd Matheson discusses Salt Lake City’s reputation and its growing profile as an international city. And KSL NewsRadio reporter Mary Richards takes you to Haiti for the newest temple dedication on Labor Day 2019. All this and more during the Fall Sessions of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints’ General Conference weekend. Here’s the full General Conference Special schedule:

SATURDAY

12:00 PM             Making a Difference – KSL shines a light on efforts to help Utahns in crisis. — with Jeff Caplan

KSL NewsRadio’s Jeff Caplan takes an in-depth look at some of Utah’s most marginalized populations. Utah has an ongoing homelessness issue. So Jeff looks at the current situation of Salt Lake’s new resource centers. But what are the challenges faced by the Midvale resource center and the surrounding community? One local company, The Other Side Academy, is helping formerly incarcerated individuals. Jeff also breaks down what Utahns are doing for the elderly in their local communities.

1:00 PM               Crossroads to the West, Crossroads to the World — with Boyd Matheson

Salt Lake City’s starting to define its reputation as an international city. Deseret News’ Opinion Editor Boyd Matheson dives into the United Nations conference that took place in SLC in August. There were some really incredible national attendees. Plus, how was Salt Lake City able to host such a prestigious international conference?

1:30 PM               Dave and Dujanovic’s $1,000 Challenge: Emergencies happen unexpectedly. Do you have the savings to tackle one? —  with Dave Noriega and Debbie Dujanovic

Several couples and individuals are participating in KSL NewsRadio’s $1,000 challenge campaign being hosted by Dave Noriega and Debbie Dujanovic. Dave and Debbie are starting to learn what roadblocks the participants faced. But, working to save money has changed these listeners’ lives. Dave and Debbie also offer advice on how you can save money too!

SUNDAY

8:00 AM               “A Woman’s View” ” General Conference Special: A Conversation with University of Utah College of Law Dean Elizabeth Kronk Warner – with Amanda Dickson

University of Utah College of Law Dean Elizabeth Kronk Warner joins Amanda Dickson to discuss the responsibility of being the first female and first native dean of the law school. They cover how gender is an issue in the practice of law, the upcoming session of the Supreme Court, and how Kronk Warner avoids politics in the study of law in this volatile climate.

9:00 AM               “After It All” General Conference Special: Kids Quitting Sports — with Dave Noriega and Debbie Dujanovic

 A new report finds that youth sports participation is declining for the first time in 30 years. In this special edition of After It All, Dave and Debbie dive in to find out why.

12:00 PM             Travels with President Nelson: Touching the Hearts of Church Members Around the World — with Tim Hughes

KSL NewsRadio’s Tim Hughes recounts President Russell M. Nelson’s recent travels. This includes his trips to Italy, South America, the Pacific nations. Plus, several of President Nelson’s domestic trips including Arizona and Seattle.

1:00 PM               The Dawning of a Brighter Day: A New Temple Comes to Haiti — with Mary Richards

KSL NewsRadio reporter Mary Richards traveled to Haiti for the temple dedication over Labor Day. She gives you a special look at how the new temple in Port-au-Prince has changed lives in Haiti through those working on the temple.

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Special General Conference Shows on KSL NewsRadio This Conference Weekend that Will Give You Peace and Happiness