Mission Leadership Seminar

Young Women General President Emily Belle Freeman gave five invitations to missionaries at the Provo MTC for how to study the scriptures.

Elder James W. McConkie III, General Authority Seventy, shared Church history and the testimonies of early Saints during a BYU–Idaho devotional on Tuesday, June 4.

Reminding students around the globe that "you are not alone," Elder Dieter F. Uchtdorf recounted his past and used aviation principles to empathize and encourage.

Caring for the natural environment, serving one another, promoting education and being peacemakers make the world “a better place for all,” said Presiding Bishop Gérald Caussé.

Establish priorities and patterns academically as well as spiritually, Elder Adeyinka A. Ojediran counseled BYU–Hawaii students.

"Center your life in your faith in Jesus Christ and in the ordinances, covenants and teachings of His holy house," Elder Andersen told BYU–Idaho students.

A dividing line between those who hear the music of faith and those who are tone deaf is active study of the scriptures, the Apostle taught.

BYU–Idaho President Alvin F. Meredith III invited students to look for Christ as they attend the temple during Tuesday's devotional.

From covenant-keeping to consent, the husband and wife of over 20 years taught students how they can navigate dating and prepare for marriage in a healthy, productive way.

Elder Carlos A. Godoy and Sister Mônica Godoy shared how young adults can navigate loneliness, dating, institute, service, missions and marriage.

President Bruce C. Kusch and his wife, Sister Alynda Kusch, spoke during the spring semester opening devotional on April 23.

“God will help you in your professions as you are humble, strive to do His will and seek His help,” said BYU–Pathway Worldwide President Brian K. Ashton.

During BYU's 2024 commencement, Elder Gerrit W. Gong shared experiences from his own freshman year at BYU and what it means to become "your best BYU self."

Those who lament the polarization of modern society should "spend a day at BYU–Hawaii," Elder Ringwood tells graduates.

Professors at BYU and Texas A&M recently analyzed 6,000 experiences from nearly 900 students to see what activities increase a sense of connection to the university.

With “exquisite diversity” of country, culture and ethnicity, Ensign College students are prepared to go forth “like a literal ensign of nations," Elder Stevenson told graduates.

A summary of recent instruction and encouragement offered to the Lord’s missionary battalion.

"The Savior has the power to help us be centered in Him, even when we cannot get to a place of calm," Primary General President Susan H. Porter taught during a BYU-Pathway Worldwide devotional.

“When you turn to the Lord, you will be able to see the path, awaken to your potential, and be guided and inspired by the Holy Ghost,” said Elder Ricardo P. Giménez in a BYU–Idaho devotional.

"We all can find joy in our tribulation, in the overwhelming, in the scary, when we center our lives on Jesus Christ," said Relief Society General President Camille N. Johnson.