Missionaries talking to missionaries: What are they saying about the new online, on-site training program?The Church News recently asked more than a dozen training missionaries to share what they are learning from their online and on-site MTC experiences.
Brother Corbitt explains how a vital principle of faith applies to loved ones who stray, racial harmony and marital successIn the first live devotional held in the BYU–Idaho Center since the outset of pandemic restrictions, Brother Ahmad Corbitt taught the importance of looking forward with an eye of faith.
In his first devotional as president of BYU-Pathway Worldwide, President Ashton teaches students what it means to exercise faith in Jesus ChristIn their debut message, broadcast Tuesday, Sept, 21, BYU-Pathway President Brian Ashton and Sister Melinda Ashton extended an invitation to exercise more faith in the Savior Jesus Christ.
Music & the Spoken Word: The tree of lifeA symbolic tree of life — representing a connection between heaven and earth and our longing for the eternal — is one of the things many of the world's religions have in common, shares Lloyd Newell in this week's "Music & the Spoken Word" with the Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square.
Sarah Jane Weaver: The lesson of understanding from a Supreme Court justice and the mother of the defendant she sentencedThe book of scripture U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor used for her swearing in was given to her by the Latter-day Saint mother of a defendant. The experience contains a sweet lesson in a world needing more bridges than walls.
In BYU–Idaho’s opening devotional, President Eyring encourages students to ‘stand patiently in holy places’"In Luke 21:19 Jesus counsels, ‘in your patience possess ye your souls.’ Attempting to possess my soul gives me time to wait and see what heaven has in store,” President Henry J. Eyring said to BYU–Idaho students.
Music & the Spoken Word: ‘9/11: Coming Together’In September 2001, rising above tragedy meant coming together. And for a brief moment, many found that the world could indeed be one in hope and unity, shares Jane Clayson Johnson in this week's "Music & the Spoken Word" with the Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square.