Stories from Kevin J Worthen:
Elder Jeffrey R. Holland told graduates he was counting on them to be the light in a world plagued by poverty, violence, political corruption and sexual abuse.
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
BYU’s mission and destiny to become a great university through unique means should lead all who work and study at the university to continue forward with inspiring learning.
Read through President Worthen's advice to BYU's newest graduates. Be inspired by stories of pushing others across the finish line. And improve your life with 3 steps for success.
President Kevin J Worthen and Sister Peggy Worthen welcomed students back for the Winter semester at Tuesday's Devotional address in the Marriott Center.
Cougar Queries is a series profiling BYU employees by asking them a few simple questions about their work, interests and life. Today we meet Peggy Worthen, wife of BYU President Kevin J Worthen.
President and Sister Worthen welcomed students back to campus for the Fall semester at the Devotional Tuesday in the Marriott Center. Sister Worthen shared several life-lessons about leadership.
President Kevin J Worthen tells BYU faculty and staff to focus on creating opportunities that both inspires students to learn and provides inspiration for more learning.
President and Sister Worthen welcomed students, faculty and staff to the Fall 2015 Semester at the Devotional Tuesday. Each addressed small steps to focus our attitude and commitment on developing and improving our character.
When President Henry B. Eyring spoke at Inauguration last September, President Worthen gained three important insights.
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