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BYU seeks to develop students of faith, intellect, and character. Students at BYU are taught the truths of the gospel of Jesus Christ, which gospel encourages the pursuit of all truth. President Gordon B. Hinckley said of BYU:

Here we are doing what is not done in any other major university of which I am aware. We are demonstrating that faith in the Almighty can accompany and enrich scholarship in the secular.

Elder Neil L. Andersen

Following changes at General Conference, Elder Neil L. Andersen, of the Quorom of the Twelve Apostles, shared examples of what Christlike ministering looks like and how we can help those around us grow closer to God.

Michael Dorff

Dr. Michael Dorff, department chair of Mathematics, encouraged students to see things and people differently at Tuesday's Devotional address.

Elder Kim B. Clark

Elder Kim B. Clark, Church Commissioner of Education of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, encouraged students to welcome God's plan into their lives at Tuesday's BYU Devotional.

Elder Rasband shakes hands with students after the devotional

Elder Ronald A. Rasband, a member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of the LDS Church, spoke about how to live with integrity, especially in the professional world. He shared what he learned from his friendship with Jon Huntsman, Sr.

Dr. Julie Crockett

Dr. Julie Crockett, associate professor in the Ira A. Fulton College of Engineering and Technology, spoke at Tuesday’s Devotional about maintaining individuality on the quest for perfection.

Elder S. Gifford Nielsen

Elder S. Gifford Nielsen spoke to BYU students about life lessons from The Cougar Song at Tuesday's devotional. He described people who embody the teachings of the song. 

Ben Ogles

Ben Ogles, dean of The College of Family, Home, and Social Sciences, spoke against sexual assault and advocated for consent at Tuesday’s BYU Devotional. 

Elder LeGrand R. Curtis

Elder LeGrand R. Curtis, Jr. explained one of the most important things he learned while at BYU was that great revelation happens when the mind and heart work together.

President Kevin J Worthen and his wife, Peggy S. Worthen, opened the semester with the first BYU Devotional of 2018. They spoke about keeping our experiences in perspective as they shared personal stories and lessons learned. 

Lessons from Roses

Elder D. Todd Christofferson

Elder D. Todd Christofferson, member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, delivered the Devotional address. He spoke about why we all needed a Savior, and how that can impact us this Christmas season.