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During the weekly devotional at BYU, Elder Carpenter invited students to be completely honest, including in ecclesiastical endorsements, in relationships and in academics.

“Our best efforts and God’s help go together,” Elder Gong taught during a BYU–Pathway Worldwide devotional.

“We must first be committed to the process of coming unto Christ, through repentance, in order to help others make commitments that will bring them closer to Jesus Christ through repentance,” said Bishop L. Todd Budge, second counselor in the Presiding Bishopric.

“We all have talents, gifts and abilities that ask for nothing more than the opportunity to blossom and thrive,” the Presiding Bishop taught.

Elder Ronald A. Rasband of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles spoke to Latter-day Saint missionaries in the Provo MTC on Thanksgiving morning.

During the worldwide devotional, Elder Cook shared that young adults around the globe “share similar longings, aspirations and concerns.”

Sister Andrea Muñoz Spannaus, second counselor in the Young Women general presidency, discussed the choice each person makes between light and darkness.

During an Ensign College devotional, Elder Dieter F. Uchtdorf also paid tribute to his “dear friend” President Ballard.

In the opening event of Ensign College’s Career Week, Bishop Keith B. McMullin taught students three daily routines they can practice to fulfill their lives’ missions.

“The hopeful person has learned to draw strength from our ultimate source of hope, which is Jesus Christ,” said Elder Dieter F. Uchtdorf to Provo MTC missionaries.

BYU professor Jenet Erickson testifies of “The Grand Story of Our Eternal Family,” during BYU–Pathway Worldwide devotional.

In a devotional at Brigham Young University, Elder Gary B. Sabin spoke of graduating with honor from mortal life.

Brother and Sister Tanner speak during Halloween forum about honoring the dead — or the past builders of BYU.

Becoming an advocate requires love for one another and meekness, said Relief Society General President Camille N. Johnson to S.J. Quinney College of Law.

Elder Neil L. Andersen and Cedar City Institute of Religion students reflect on the First Presidency’s conference messages and testify of the Prophet’s calling.

In a BYU devotional, Sister Kristin M. Yee gives 5 thoughts on relief that Jesus Christ brings through covenant relationship with God.

Sister Browning taught BYU–Pathway Worldwide students lessons, principles and truths from Moses’ face-to-face experience with God.

Elder David A. Bednar asked students if they appreciate the “remarkable and marvelous season” in which they live.

Elder Christofferson, President Freeman, Elder Pearson and Elder Gilbert participate in education devotional broadcast throughout all of Utah.

Anciently and modernly, prophets testify of the same eternal truths, said Bishop L. Todd Budge.

“While much of what [the world] sells is exciting and stimulating, it does not, in the end, bring enduring safety, happiness, hope, peace or purpose,” said Elder David P. Homer, a General Authority Seventy.

Temple ordinances and covenants and the garment of the Holy Priesthood all point to Jesus, taught Elder Allen D. Haynie at a BYU devotional.

During the installation, Elder D. Todd Christofferson tasks President Meredith with preserving the hallmarks of a BYU–Idaho education.

Young Women General President Emily Belle Freeman told missionaries that as they teach the doctrine of Christ, they will be changed and they will change others.

During a BYU–Hawaii devotional, Kahului stake president shared four ways to remember to find Jesus — and recognize His miracles — “as we go.”

“I am a firm believer that once we have prayed and sought the Lord’s help, we need to get up and get moving,” said Brother Jan E. Newman, second counselor in the Sunday School general presidency, to BYU–Hawaii students.

By keeping covenants, individuals can achieve what was previously impossible, BYU–Pathway Worldwide President Brian K. Ashton and his wife, Sister Melinda Ashton, said during a Sept. 19 devotional.

Rely on the Savior to help reach goals and new heights, Elder Juan Pablo Villar teaches at BYU–Idaho devotional.

Education has always been a fundamental belief of the gospel of Jesus Christ, explained Elder Christofferson, Elder Rasband and President Johnson in Latin American devotional.

“There is a great connection between a willingness to be obedient and opening the windows of heaven in your behalf,” said Sister Alynda Kusch with President Bruce C. Kusch at the first Ensign College devotional for 2023 fall semester.