“Everyone experiences speed bumps, rough weather, and sharp turns, but as we look to Heavenly Father and access the power of the atonement of Jesus Christ, we become the sons and daughters of God and He gives us power to perform miracles, both large and small,” said Melanie Kennelly in her BYU-Idaho devotional talk.
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.
Elder James R. Rasband from the Quorum of the Seventy for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints gives BYU-Idaho Devotional address.
Devotional speaker Brother Craig Forbush, the Mechanical Operations Manager at BYU-Idaho, talks about the importance of being wise in the day of our probation.
Reporter JD Packer with BYU-Idaho Radio interviews Faculty member at BYU-Idaho Sean Cannon where he talks about his experience in the Middle East.
BYU-Idaho President Eyring and his wife Sister Eyring talk about faith and how to strengthen it. They express how having a selfless attitude also helps us have true joy in this life.
Running and life. That's what Brother Brent Ashcraft, Auxiliary Services business officer at BYU-Idaho, discussed with host Alec Pope as they dive into his devotional address given in the BYU-Idaho Center on Dec. 12, 2019
Brother Brian Merrill, BYU-Idaho philosophy professor, goes in-depth on what it takes to give up the "story" we've created for ourselves in order to attain the life God wants to give us
Sister Rachel Huber, an online instructor developer at BYU-Idaho, talks about how caring for our bodies carries eternal weight