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.
  • Zeph Quirl

    Brother Zeph Quirl Invites People To Recognize Book of Mormon Miracles In Their Lives

    "There's many miracles of the Book of Mormon, all the way from the way it was recorded, to the way it was translated, preserved and all those kind of things," Zeph Quirl, a faculty member of the Food and Animal Sciences Department at BYU-Idaho told BYU-Idaho Radio. "But, the miracle that we're going to be talking about it not so much how it came about, but actually what it does in our own personal lives."

  • Tyler Barton, Student Honor Administrator at BYU-Idaho

    Brother Tyler Barton Counsels Students To Avoid Contention

    "If we're on the path and we're heading in the right direction, that's what we need to do," Barton said. "So, get on that path of avoiding contention, or being a peacemaker...and even if our steps are slow, to try to be moving in the right direction."

  • Shawn Johansen

    Brother Shawn Johansen Teaches About The Value of Spiritual Records

    "Records allow us to do other important things like for example, develop gratitude," Shawn Johansen, Chair of the History, Geography and Political Science Department at BYU-Idaho told BYU-Idaho Radio. "They help us to see blessings the Lord has given to addition to gratitude...they help us improve. Journals, if they're done us be self-evaluative."

  • Sister Wendy Harris

    Sister Wendy Harris Invites People To Focus on Spiritual Connections

    "We need to control those things that invade our spiritual connections and choose what matters most," Sister Wendy Harris, a faculty member in the Home and Family Department at BYU-Idaho told BYU-Idaho Radio. "That's the bottom line, what should matter most and make sure that we're allowing what matters most to really be the focus in our lives."

  • 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."