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Paul Caldarella

Paul Calderella spoke at Tuesday’s Devotional about responding when the Lord calls each of us to do something that may be difficult.

Eva Witesman speaks at BYU Devotional

Eva Witesman, associate professor in the Marriott School of Management, delivered this week’s devotional address about the importance of obtaining education in preparation for the future God sees in all of His children.

Ray Clifford

Languages are complex, especially translating from one language to another.  But the study of language learning supports each of the four aims of a BYU education.

Diane Reich

Diane Thueson Reich, associate professor of voice and the vocal division coordinator, delivered this week's Devotional address. She spoke about how to change and grow willingly, rather than reluctantly. 

Keith Wilson

Keith Wilson, associate professor of ancient scripture, gave scriptural evidence that God does care about each person at Tuesday's Devotional in the de Jong Concert Hall. 

BYU Devotional

Every Tuesday students, faculty, staff and the greater BYU community gather for a weekly Devotional or Forum address. Devotionals & Forums will be in the de Jong Concert Hall of the Harris Fine Arts Center.

Eric Gillett

Eric Gillett, chair of the BYU Department of Design, explained how basic principles of design combined with gospel thinking help solve some of life's "wicked" problems.

Erin Holmes

Erin Holmes, a professor in the BYU School of Family Life, offered reassurance at Tuesday's BYU Devotional, speaking about what individuals can do to wait faithfully upon the Lord during times of uncertainty.

Keith Vorkink

Keith Vorkink, a finance professor in the BYU Marriott School of Management, discussed the challenges of learning how to make correct judgments in the face of uncertainty at Tuesday's BYU Devotional.

Doris Kearns Goodwin, presidential historian and Pulitzer Prize–winning author, shared insight and stories about former U.S. Presidents and what we can learn from their examples at Tuesday's BYU Forum.