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. Click here to go to the Devotional Archives Page.
  • Brother M. Joseph Brough

    Brother M. Joseph Brough Invites Others to View Repentance Positively, Obey Exactly

    "I am sure that I do not completely understand what exact obedience means, but here is what I have come to understand," Brough said during his devotional. "It is not perfect obedience; that is impossible. Hence, repentance must be a key part of exact obedience."

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  • Patrick Powell

    Brother Patrick Powell Teaches Fundamental Truths About God and Trials

    "I want people to trust the Lord. From my experience, I found out that Father in Heaven and Jesus Christ are good people and the things that a lot of the world says about them and the prophets and apostles are unkind and untrue...difficult things happen, but that doesn't mean God doesn't love you."

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  • Melanie Walker

    Sister Melanie Walker Expresses Hope During Fires of Affliction

    "If my advice could go out to anyone it's, stay close to your Father in Heaven, make your stumbling blocks your stepping stones because they very much can be made into that. Your trials are sanctified to your good and will help strengthen you for future events or future ways that Heavenly Father might want to use you."

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  • Elder and Sister Renlund with Student Reporter Sydney Jensen

    Elder Dale G. Renlund and Sister Renlund Invite Students to Come Unto Christ

    "I think if people will think about the reasons they're coming to church - sometimes we come to church for reasons other than to partake of the sacrament and receive a spiritual renewal," Sister Ruth Renlund told BYU-Idaho Radio. "If we focus on that, I think we will individually find ways to make our sacrament experience more meaningful."

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  • President Henry J. Eyring and Sister Kelly Eyring

    BYU-Idaho President Henry J. Eyring and Sister Kelly Eyring Talk About Student Success, Natural Leadership

    "I think the message of it is not to be afraid, not to think that by reaching out for help, you're somehow, not enough," Sister Eyring said. "By reaching out for help, you'll help the others around you, a benefit I didn't know at the time that I needed help, but also that you'll become successful because you'll be able to thank your Heavenly Father and that's really the true source of help."

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