We can build a “beloved community” daily by uniting with other Christians to face change together and invite all to come unto Christ.
Phillip Rash discusses how working together and creating a sense of belonging will help include those who feel left in the margins.
Eric D. Huntsman explains how "hard sayings," which can undeniably be a source of struggle in our lives, can also serve to deepen and strengthen our faith.
There may be lonely individuals around us. To feel true happiness, fellowship or befriend others and serve them.
As we learn to truly respect and love others for their cultural differences, we will see miracles in their lives and ours.
We must truly understand what it means to love our brothers and our sisters, not just our earthly family, but our family of Christ.
Provost Hafen’s introduction was generous; however, what he did not tell about in his introduction was the way in which my call to the deanship at this university was announced some years ago. The actual caption for the pictures and the newspaper article was in the upper left-hand corner. But one of my clever friends cut out that corner and made sure the bottom lead line for another article was…
In this BYU community of students and Saints, let us foster an environment of fellowship as we learn, work, and serve together.