Interim Dean of Education encourages students to submit cheerfully to the will of the Lord

Interim Dean of the McKay School of Education Kendra Hall-Kenyon invited students to find and place their strength in the Lord during her devotional address on Sept. 27.

President Steven J. Lund invites students to recognize ‘flashes of heavenly light’

“Our experiences with the Spirit may seem best measured in micro-lumens rather than lightening bursts, but, especially on our darkest hours, the Spirit can amplify them to clearly light our way along the covenant path.”

President Oaks encourages BYU to embrace uniqueness

President Dallin H. Oaks, first counselor in the first presidency of the Church, shared a devotional address on Sept. 13 entitled “Going forward in the Second Century," referencing President Kimball’s 1975 “Second Century Address."

President and Sister Worthen invite BYU students to make choices with an eternal perspective

President Kevin J. Worthen and Sister Peggy Worthen opened the semester with an address on trusting in the Lord's way and gaining confidence in decision making as students begin this school year.

BYU linguistics professor invites students to add dose of wonder to spiritual practices

BYU linguistics professor Janis Nuckolls invited students to add a dose of wonder to their spiritual practices at the school's devotional on August 2 at the de Jong Concert Hall.

Public health professor shares 3 ways to improve mental health

BYU Public Health professor Carl L. Hanson shared three ways to address and improve mental health during BYU's forum on July 26 at the de Jong Concert Hall.
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