BYU Alumni Association president Karen Bybee shares how being connected for good with other BYU alumni is a blessing in a variety of ways.
In this commencement address, Elder Holland declares that the light of God's love is powerful enough to banish all shadows and forces of darkness.
Arthur C. Brooks explains why charitable giving is more than just a good idea; science and faith agree that it makes us better and happier.
"We believe in being honest, true, chaste, benevolent, virtuous, and in doing good to all men." Guide your life by these principles—be true to the faith.
There should be no doubt that we have a responsibility to give of our abundance and help the poor and needy. Education is one way to do so.
BYU graduates are encouraged to stay connected, serve, and replenish in order to continue to have a BYU experience in their lives.
Scriptures and modern prophets teach that service is the essence of "true religion." When doing good, we should be characterized by privacy and generosity.
Robert K. Goodwin, president and CEO of the Points of Light Foundation, asks all to join in the nationwide effort to get involved in service.
Alexander B. Morrison presents information about how the Church responds to crisis and humanitarian need, especially in recent efforts for refugees.
Giving is often better than receiving. The gifts that money cannot buy, like appreciation and friendship, are also those which bring us the most happiness.
We belong to a practical religion that requires not only our spiritual faith, but our physical time and money. We live our religion as we care for the poor.