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Elder M. Russell Ballard

​Elder M. Russell Ballard, member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints answered questions from Latter-day Saint young single adults at this week's BYU Devotional. 

Carolyn Billings

Carolyn Billings, director of Sports Medicine, spoke about how to stay with Christ during personal struggles. 

Elder Carl B. Cook

Elder Carl B. Cook, General Authority Seventy of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, invited listeners to put off the natural man

Marriott Center

Dr. Michael Ward, senior research fellow at the University of Oxford and C.S. Lewis scholar, shared his theory that Lewis used the medieval cosmos’ seven heavens to symbolize Christ throughout The Chronicles of Narnia.

Elder Richard J. Maynes speaks at a BYU Devotional on September 19, 2007

Elder Richard J. Maynes, General Authority Seventy of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, spoke about developing a mindset focused on serving others.

President and Sister Peggy Worthen speak at Tuesday's BYU Devotional

The BYU community gathered in the Marriott Center to hear the first devotional of the semester, traditionally given by the university's president and his wife. President Kevin J Worthen and Sister Peggy S.

President Worthen

BYU President Kevin J Worthen and his wife Peggy kick off the semester and are followed by members of the leadership of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, BYU employees and a range of industry leaders and political figures.

Elder Lynn G. Robbins

Elder Lynn G. Robbins of the Presidency of the Seventy of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints spoke about the complementary principles of agency and responsibility at the BYU Education Week Devotional.

Gayla Sorenson, BYU Law Dean of Admissions

Gayla Sorenson, dean of admissions of the J. Reuben Clark Law School, spoke about advocacy at Tuesday’s BYU Devotional. 

Kirt Saville

Kirt Saville grew up watching his father serve many strangers and set the example of looking for ways to serve others. His motto was “what goes around comes around."