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Elder David A. Bednar, member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Jan 19
David Epstein, investigative reporter and author.
Jan 26
Bishop L. Todd Budge, of the Presiding Bishopric.
Feb 02
Elder José A. Teixeira - Presidency of the Seventy
Feb 09
Dambisa Moyo
Feb 23
Elder Gary E. Stevenson, member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Mar 02
Janalee Emmer, Associate Director of Exhibitions & Programming
Mar 09
Mark L. Pace
Mar 16
Kyle S. McKay, General Authority Seventy
Mar 23
Drew Gilpin Faust, American Historian and Author
Mar 30
Ryan Gabriel, Assistant Professor of Sociology
Apr 06
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Classic Speeches

A curated selection of beloved, timeless speeches

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Devotionals

Addresses from BYU presidents, Church leaders, and faculty members that blend disciplines with discipleship, the scholarly with the sacred

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Forums

Inspiring and insightful messages from distinguished guests of the university

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Commencement Speeches

Speeches from university administrators, students, and guest speakers at BYU graduation ceremonies

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“Are you and I daily reading, studying, and searching the scriptures in a way that enables us to hold fast to the rod of iron—or are you and I merely clinging?”

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