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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.
137 Episodes
Dambisa Moyo explains the impacts of macroeconomic, geopolitical, and social trends that are prevalent today, especially the decrease of GDP. See for privacy information.
Elder José A. Teixeira teaches ways we can choose to be spiritually minded which leads to "life and peace" as well as hope. See for privacy information.
L. Todd Budge explains four steps that allow Christ to "take the reins" and guide our lives. We must desire, inquire, require, and retire. See for privacy information.
David Epstein explains the benefits of obtaining diverse experiences in our changing world. Specialization is a double-edged sword. See for privacy information.
David A. Bednar draws parallels between miracles in 1846 and in 2020. Covenants made in the temple are worth sacrifice and provide strength. See for privacy information.
Gratitude is the remedy for troubled times. Peggy S. Worthen shares her testimony of the power of being thankful, even amid a pandemic. See for privacy information.
Kevin J Worthen emphasizes the importance of embracing unity, diversity, and love in the face COVID-19 and other current-day challenges. See for privacy information.
Through personal experiences, Dr. Matthew Wickman teaches what it means to thrive spiritually and how we can recognize if we are doing so. See for privacy information.
Quentin L. Cook counsels the rising generation on how to live up to the expectations of their Heavenly parents in order to obtain joy. See for privacy information.
Dr. Jamie L. Jensen explains the symbiotic relationship between faith and science. The two can fit together without conflict. See for privacy information.
Dallin H. Oaks discusses racism and other challenges. We shouldn't “open a quarrel between the past and the present” to improve the future. See for privacy information.
Eboo Patel discusses how to be educated in today's interfaith world. It is necessary to understand others to bridge religious divides. See for privacy information.
Bishop Gérald Caussé teaches about the relationship between our bodies and spirits. Harmony between the two is the key to happiness. See for privacy information.
Statistics professor Candace Berrett speaks about the earthly ministering angels that surround us each day. See for privacy information.
Melody Barnes speaks about the compatibility of science and faith while exploring what it means to educate the American mind. See for privacy information.
Estela Marquez shares her life story to show how enduring and trusting to the end enables us to overcome life's challenges. See for privacy information.
Elder James B. Martino discusses the power that agency brings to our lives. You alone can choose "whom ye will serve." See for privacy information.
Kevin J Worthen discusses hope in both a worldly and gospel context. Gospel-centered hope can purify us and prepare us for eternal life. See for privacy information.
Peggy S. Worthen reminds listeners that faith and courage are intimately connected. When faith flourishes, so does the courage to progress. See for privacy information.
Elder Quentin L. Cook charges BYU faculty to persist in "well-doing" by lifting their and their students' vision and building faith in Christ. See for privacy information.
Comments (3)

wonderful, thought provoking talk!

Mar 15th

Emily Cummings


Mar 9th

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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