Music and the Spoken Word: Life lessons from Nelson Mandela and why we need to 'keep on trying'We all know that we aren’t perfect; we know we have room for much improvement. But if we just keep trying, we can change for the better.
What the 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis teaches about optimism and why we shouldn't always trust the newsSpeaking to students at BYU-Idaho, President Henry J. Eyring and Sister Kelly C. Eyring related the importance of optimism and the Savior's mission to ensure that all people can have hope and happiness in their lives.
President Worthen, Sister Worthen kick off BYU semester with lessons on divine identity, spiritual giftsSpeaking to students gathered at the Marriott Center on the BYU campus in Provo, Utah, university President Kevin J. Worthen and his wife, Sister Peggy S. Worthen, share important reminders of loving Father in Heaven as students begin a new semester.
What President Hinckley taught me in an interview where he asked — and answered — all the questionsAs my family drove returned from a short trip to Southern Utah this weekend, I viewed signage for one of the Church’s historic sites — Cove Fort. Instantly, my mind returned to a time that I learned one of the most important lessons of my care
BYU religion professor shares the most important part of the Church's 2019 curriculumFor many years we have been taught by those charged to guide the destiny of this Church that the family is in fact the most important unit in time or eternity. Constant and consistent efforts to strengthen the family is our most important work.