Jesus Christ, Our Savior and Redeemer
A collection of BYU devotionals about our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Speakers include prophets, apostles, professors, and historians, each bearing heartfelt testimony about the divinity of our Savior. Topics include the teachings of Christ, His life, ministry, and mission, and His Atonement.
Speakers from all walks of life are invited to speak at BYU each Tuesday and share their experiences with the student body—and with you. Updated weekly, this podcast shares the inspiring words of these assemblies. Tune in for spiritual guidance, leadership tips, and more from highly acclaimed speakers striving to uplift and educate.
Come, Follow Me
In a slump with your Come, Follow Me reading? This podcast can help enhance personal, family, and church study. All speeches are specially picked to accompany the booklet's weekly topics and help improve your Come, Follow Me studies.
This podcast includes BYU's most-loved speeches given at least a decade ago. Speakers range from Sheri Dew to Bruce R. McConkie. Listen to classics such as “Remember Lot’s Wife” from Elder Jeffrey R. Holland, “Discerning the Will of the Lord for Me” from LaNae Valentine, and “God is the Gardener” by Hugh B. Brown. Tune in to hear experts discuss their tips for finding success and growing their relationships with God.
Tune into this podcast for the best advice on enduring the trials of life. Topics range from building resilience and perseverance to having faith in Christ throughout your trials. These speeches include a wealth of knowledge on adversity from people who journeyed through hardship and came out on top.
Listen as prophets, apostles, professors, and historians discuss the life of Joseph Smith and add their personal witnesses that he was God’s servant. Topics cover the teachings of Joseph Smith, the translation of the Book of Mormon, the mission of the Prophet, and other parts of Restoration.
Love & Marriage
Listen to this podcast to learn more about love, marriage, and dating from acclaimed speakers with real life experience. Speakers use research, scriptures, and personal experiences to offer counsel, answer important relationship questions, and share what they have learned about love.