Brother Doug Thompson shared eight suggestions on how to live a celestial life.
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.
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A Devotional by Elder Chi Hong (Sam) and Sister Carol Wong about endurance and preparation.
President Henry J. Eyring and his wife Sister Kelly C. Eyring spoke about the importance of change during their Spring 2021 devotional talks.
Robert Tueller is a music department faculty member at BYU-Idaho. His talk highlights the ways that we can build our testimonies, whether it is through the voice and actions of others, or by patience in our own lives.
Elder Evan A. Schmutz, a General Authority Seventy for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and his wife Cindy L. Schmutz gave this week's BYU-Idaho devotional. Sister Schmutz's talk, titled "Remembering Our Baptismal Covenants," expressed the importance of always striving to be worthy of our baptism and how we can keep the promises made during that day. Elder Schmutz's talk, titled "Great Shall Be Their Reward," discussed how being obedient to the commandments of God can help us return to the Celestial Kingdom.
William Lewis is the application systems engineer at BYU-Idaho. His devotional, titled "His Infinite Love," discusses the importance of Heavenly Father's love and how it can bless our lives if we learn to receive it.
Cristina Franco is the second counselor in the Primary General Presidency for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Her devotional for BYU-Idaho students, titled "Be of Good Cheer," discusses what we can do to be happy despite the challenges we face or the circumstances we find ourselves in.
Kimberly Thueson, the online instructor evaluator for BYU-Idaho, talks about personal revelation and how we can use it to better ourselves to return to Heavenly Father.