Philip Crane shares spiritual lessons from sports and other interests, and how to armor ourselves against the spiritual whirlwinds of the world and “win the race.”
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.
BYU-Idaho devotional speaker, Jason Flora, talks about serving others, improving ourselves and how hard work helps us draw closer to God.
Lane Williams talks about the truthfulness of The Book of Mormon and its importance in his life and ours.
We can receive the blessings of heaven if we seek, act, listen and receive is the message the BYU-Idaho devotional speaker taught students at BYU-Idaho this week.
Elder Arnulfo Valenzuela, a General Authority Seventy and a member of the Mexico Area Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints shared his testimony of the Holy Ghost and taught why it’s important to follow the promptings of the Spirit in his BYU-Idaho devotional address.
Jake Romney, the dean of Online Programs at BYU-Idaho shared in his devotional address how he has remained steadfast in his testimony of Christ. He teaches how we can do the same.
Brother Stephen Turcotte gave a BYU-Idaho devotional address about the principle of hope and how having hope can help us in our daily lives.
Jan E. Newman of the Sunday School General Presidency shares how we can rely on the Savior in order to find beauty, even in the midst of oour trials.