An interview with Sister Mari Ann Birch, who spoke on the power of prater and how it helps us get the answers we seek.
Roger Jackson, the Financial Technology Coordinator for BYU-Idaho, instructs students and listeners about following through with spiritual commitments in this week’s devotional address.
Sister Renee Christensen shared how her life has unfolded just the way God intended in her interview with BYU-Idaho Radio regarding her devotional address.
"I testify that when we follow the revelation we receive from the Lord, He does prepare a way for us to accomplish whatever He asks us to do."
"I know, with a knowledge that I’m incapable of putting into adequate words, that this life is but a small, fleeting, but important condescension from a very real, much more holy, eternal sphere. The Gospel we are taught in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints is more true, than you can possibly comprehend."
This BYU-Idaho Devotional Address was given by Doug Mason, a staff member on-campus in the Auxillary Services as the Support Director. His message focused on relying on the things you know by his experiences in times of uncertainty or struggle.
Brett Cook, auxiliary services managing director at BYU-Idaho spoke to the students at devotional about angels among us.
Brian Kinghorn, a religion professor and BYU-Idaho's devotional speaker for this week will be speaking about divine creativity.