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The member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles also talks about change, personal revelation, covenants and balance.

“When we actively follow this pattern, the Lord opens the way before us,” Elder Ulisses Soares testified during a BYU–Hawaii devotional.

Spiritual hyperopia is taking for granted and not appreciating things that are close and occur frequently.

Elder Dieter F. Uchtdorf spoke to young adults at the Weber Institute and counseled them to never lose hope and find strength in Jesus Christ.

Did you attend the recording of the youth devotional with Elder Gong, President Cordon and President Lund? Download the group photo here.

“Our Savior and His Atonement are our most important trail marker, our greatest source of strength as we make our way through life,” Elder Gong said.

Elder Clark G. Gilbert encourages Church educators to utilize new emphases in their curriculum, the way they teach and minister to students.

God will “fulfill His promises to us,” Elder Christofferson testified during devotional that included the Relief Society general president and other leaders

Young Men general president’s message of finding happiness through Christ — despite unplanned moments — included anecdotes involving President Nelson.

Elder Hamilton asked and answered, “Why a church?” at the Jan. 24 BYU devotional.

Thousands of Salt Lake-area youth attended the recording of the devotional in the Conference Center. Watch the broadcast Sunday, Jan. 29.

Elder D. Todd Christofferson of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles testifies of the Book of Mormon and its capacity to convert.

“Looking back 50 years later, will your faith in the Savior be the most powerful force that moved you forward?” Elder Andersen asked BYU students.

“Christ’s promise is sure ― He will direct our paths if we commend ourselves to His keeping,” Young Women General President Bonnie H. Cordon teaches BYU–Idaho students.

Divine identity, prophetic promises, nurturing and logokophosis were all among topics at devotionals at BYU, BYU–Idaho, BYU–Hawaii, Ensign College and BYU–Pathway Worldwide on Jan. 10

A testimony of one’s divine heritage “is essential for all of us as we each strive to navigate the challenges of mortality,” says President Kusch.

BYU–Idaho President Henry J. Eyring taught about the miracles that come from nurturing, in school’s first devotional of 2023.

Individuals can learn more about their true divine identity as they keep covenants with God, even in difficult times.

In the opening winter 2023 devotional, President John S.K. Kauwe III and his wife, Monica Kauwe, encouraged BYU–Hawaii students to heed their gospel covenants and their true identities as children of God.

At BYU’s first 2023 devotional, President Worthen taught how to enhance New Year’s resolutions through Heavenly Father.

During a Worldwide Devotional for Young Adults, Elder Holland and Sister Holland encouraged a global congregation to look to “A Future Filled with Hope.”

Relief Society General President Camille Johnson detailed orbit in terms of mission assignment, companionship, teaching others and recognizing divine identity and purpose.

A look back at the topics, counsel, invitations, insights and warnings of Church leaders during university devotionals and graduations in 2022.

Quoting a Primary song, Elder Soares asked BYU students to ‘learn to walk with Jesus’ by gaining light and truth.

In what he called a kind of “returning home” to Denver, Colorado, Elder Ulisses Soares addressed Spanish-speaking Saints about navigating life’s trials.

During a devotional for Ensign College, Sister Craven summarized the lessons in three phrases — “First in. Stand firm. Last to leave.”

President Henry B. Eyring, Elder Clark G. Gilbert and BYU–Hawaii President John S.K. Kauwe III answered questions posed by BYU–Hawaii students during Nov. 22 devotional.

“Wherever you attend, we want you to make religious education part of your university experience,” Elder Gilbert said during a University of Utah institute devotional.

Recalling the 7.8 magnitude earthquake that hit Ecuador in 2016, Sister J. Anette Dennis invited missionaries to stay strong to their covenants.

Elder Peter M. Johnson taught BYU students of the Savior’s Atonement, invitation to act and promised blessings.