This week’s BYU-Idaho devotional speaker was Barbara McKenna, the financial aid operations analyst for BYU-Idaho. She spoke about the resources Heavenly Father has given us to support us through our trials. She shared five things to do and remember when we are struggling.
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.
This week’s BYU-Idaho devotional speaker was Jennifer Jones, the ticketing and ushering assistant for BYU-Idaho. She spoke about doing good and being kind to those around us, especially those who may be different from us or may need a friend.
This week’s BYU-Idaho devotional speaker was Scott Johnson, a faculty member in the Chemistry Department at BYU-Idaho. He testified of Christ’s love and sacrifice for all people and asked the question “with all that Jesus Christ has done for us, what can we do for him?” He gave listeners three things they could do for Christ.
Kristin Ballou, an Academic Support Center faculty member at BYU-Idaho, gave a BYU-Idaho devotional talk on Jun. 22, about finding happiness through connecting with others.
The BYU-Idaho devotional speakers for Jun. 15 were Elder and Sister Jaggi. They spoke about the symbolism of mountains and trials in our lives.
On Jun. 8, the BYU-Idaho devotional speaker was Scott Cameron, an assistant department chair of the English Department at BYU-Idaho. His talk was titled, "I Glory in My Jesus."
This week’s BYU-Idaho devotional speaker was Brenda Summers, the admissions processing coordinator for BYU-Idaho. She spoke about recognizing the hand of the Lord in our lives.
Elder Ulisses Soares and his wife Rosana answered questions from BYU-Idaho students during the BYU-Idaho devotional Sunday night.