God doesn't use big battalions of soldiers to accomplish His purposes; He sends beautiful babies who go on to bless the world.
Your path to discipleship must include knowing and valuing who you are, seeing and loving others, and choosing to serve throughout your life.
Brigitte Madrian speaks of five gospel truths that have been reinforced to her when exploring the wizarding world of Harry Potter.
Julie Crockett assures us that our uniqueness and divine individuality are only magnified as we work toward attaining Christlike attributes.
On a large campus (or in a daunting world), it can be hard to feel like you matter. But God knows you by name, and that knowledge changes everything.
Understanding that we are spiritual beings will help us be anchored and soar to our full potential.
All people have infinite worth as God’s children and their worth should not be measured by the world’s values. We should love everyone.
The Lord has promised that, even when we feel most lost and alone, even when those closest to us have forgotten us, He is aware of us.
We live in a day where comparing and competing are viewed as normal ways to get ahead in life, but we can overcome that mindset.
Political philosophy professor Jean Bethke Elshtain, citing C.S. Lewis, warns against tampering with our definition of what is human and deserving of life.
Self-knowledge of our eternal identity is essential in the journey to overcome the crucibles of this life and fulfill our potential.
The spiritual eyeglasses we view the world through define what we believe, where we focus, and how we act. Wearing an incorrect pair can distort our vision.
Knowing and being true to who we are—children of God, unique, with special gifts and infinite wort—helps us to rise above discouragement and find happiness.
I am grateful for the opportunity to speak with you, because I have a hint as to who you are and what you will become. I have also fallen in love with this university, its students, and its mission to balance the sacred and the secular. President Bateman indicated earlier this semester that this balance “is at the core of this institution’s existence” (Merrill J. Bateman, “The Mission of Brigham…
Thank you, President Snow, for that introduction. It is a thrill for me to think of you in so many settings. I have tremendous respect for you, the work you are doing, and the decisions you are making at this time in life. If I have ever visited with any of you in the past, perhaps you noticed that my name has changed. I was married in April to a…
The Lord knows us individually and does not grade on a competitive "curve." We should not measure our worth by comparing ourselves to others.
We should seek unity in individually developing ourselves by improving our minds, bodies, talents, health, and abilities.
One of the most magnificent creations of God is the remarkably complex human body, which ought to be an object of appreciation and respect.
How many is one person? Our potential is much greater than we realize, especially when empowered by wisdom, honesty, testimony, and the Holy Ghost.