From Nephi to Ammon, John Reed shared Book of Mormon examples in his BYU-Idaho devotional address that students can apply to their daily situations.
The articles below include summaries of the devotional talks and links to the devotional audio and to interviews BYU-Idaho Radio conducts with the speakers.
For more talks visit the Devotional Archives Page.
In his devotional address, Portfolio Management Managing Director Bryan Pope shared stories and examples of ways to draw closer to God and feel His love.
President Henry J. Eyring and Kelly C. Eyring discuss their remarks given to students at the beginning of the Winter 2022 semester. They share experiences and council about the importance of gratitude, service, unity, and honor.
Blake Willis, an Applied Plant Science Department faculty member at BYU-Idaho, addresses students about how attitude and mindset can make such a big difference in the way we respond to life’s challenges.
Holly Johnson, BYU-Idaho customer experience coordinator, addressed BYU-Idaho students about how seasons in their lives call for different actions but no matter the phase God cares about our concerns and desires.
Shawn Andreasen, campus pharmacist, talks about his plans for Thanksgiving with family, hobbies and specific reasons he chose to speak in the BYU-Idaho Devotional about "Sure Provisions" of faith.
President Dallin H. Oaks, first counselor in the First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and his wife Sister Kristen Oaks talked about the need for patience and conscious faith in Jesus Christ as we strive to keep the commandments and follow God's plan for us.
Elder Gary B. Sabin and Sister Valerie Sabin share a message of peace, happiness, and becoming your best self
Elder Gary B. Sabin, General Authority Seventy, and his wife Valerie Sabin address BYU-Idaho students on finding peace, happiness, and self-acceptance through simple acts of faith.