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A spiritual boost, right at your fingertips. Speakers from all walks of life are invited to speak at BYU each Tuesday and share their experiences with the student body—and with you. Tune in for spiritual guidance, leadership tips, and more from highly acclaimed speakers striving to uplift and educate.
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Elder Jack N. Gerard uses examples from his life and from the scriptures to show how the Lord directs our lives in ways that we could not have supposed.
Steven M. Sandberg teaches that forgiveness is a divine gift from a loving God. We can each experience the light of forgiving in our own lives.
In a world that emphasizes identity, remember that above all else we are children of Heavenly Father. This is the most important group to identify with.
As we encounter challenges in life, yoking ourselves with and meekly placing our total trust in God will allow us to reap the rewards of a faithful life.
Sister Bonnie H. Cordon uses stories to illustrate the power of prayer. Though prayer requires work, as we ask of God, He answers our prayers.
With only one shot at success, Alan Stern's team pulled off the New Horizons mission to Pluto. What they learned about the solar system is larger than life.
Elder Rasband teaches about the the gift of agency. We are free to choose joy, to choose how we worship, and to choose to follow Jesus Christ.
Michael T. Ringwood teaches that Heavenly Father has given us gifts to help us through our time on earth. From the atonement to living prophets, we truly have been given everything we need.
Kevin J Worthen teaches that enduring joy is a central principle of the gospel. We are meant to experience it here on earth, even with the trials we face from day to day.
Through a simple story, Peggy S. Worthen teaches that honesty and character are cultivated in ways that we might not expect.
With the eternal perspective of the gospel as our guide in this life, we can learn how to be truly happy now—and forever.
Our ability to experience God’s love directly relates to how dutifully we repent, study the scriptures, and partake of the sacrament.
As we link ourselves to the Savior’s name, we gain the power to change for the better. And as we gain this power to change, we can become more like Him.
Though we will never be perfect in this life, we must prepare to meet our Heavenly Father by living righteously. When the time comes, will you be ready?
Mark L. Pace teaches that just as in scriptural times, faith still precedes the miracle in our day. We can show our faith by keeping God's commandments.
David Brooks, respected political and cultural commentator, teaches about the importance of character and persevering through life's challenges.
Brigitte Madrian speaks of five gospel truths that have been reinforced to her when exploring the wizarding world of Harry Potter.
While hiking in the Grand Tetons, Michael Dunn learned how climbing mountains—both literal and metaphorical—helps us develop strength, courage, and faith.
President Russell M. Nelson teaches that the love and laws of God are inseparably connected. God's laws may not be popular in today's world, but they have been given for a reason.
President Worthen teaches that a BYU education isn’t just about gaining knowledge. It’s also about gathering: gathering in classrooms, for devotionals, and as wards and stakes.
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deannerjones@msn.com

wonderful, thought provoking talk!

Mar 15th
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Emily Cummings

❤❤❤❤👏👏👏👏👏

Mar 9th
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Mateus Capello

I love to listen to these talks at morning before going to work. Please keep posting it!

Jan 4th
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