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Young Men General President Steven J. Lund spoke at a BYU devotional about recognizing flashes of light throughout life which help heaven seem a bit closer.

BYU–Pathway Worldwide President Ashton and Sister Ashton discuss 4 things students must learn at BYU–Pathway to help ‘build Zion’.

Despite individual or family circumstances, each person is “dear to the heart of the Good Shepherd,” Elder Taniela B. Wakolo taught at a BYU–Hawaii devotional on Sept. 20.

At an Ensign College devotional, President Bruce C. Kusch invites students to use reliable sources and follow the prophets and apostles.

In BYU–Idaho’s first fall devotional, President Henry J. Eyring taught students using a series of examples to demonstrate the meaning of living a consecrated life.

“Dare to be different,” First Presidency counselor challenged students, faculty in BYU devotional.

During a Worldwide Devotional for young adults on Sept. 11, Elder and Sister Renlund focused their message on experiences recorded in the third volume of the “Saints” series.

BYU–Hawaii President John S.K. Kauwe III shared several personal examples from his life to show how to use prayer to seek direction from Heavenly Father for important decisions.

In his opening devotional for the fall semester, BYU President Kevin J Worthen shared an observation, an admonition, an invitation and a promise.

When it comes to ambitions, make sure your life’s drill is set to go forward, Bishop L. Todd Budge of the Presiding Bishopric taught in a BYU Pathway Worldwide devotional.