Rebecca L. Craven explores what the dignity and demeanor of discipleship look like. Standing as a witness of God means standing out.
Through a simple story, Peggy S. Worthen teaches that honesty and character are cultivated in ways that we might not expect.
Elder Bowen discusses how character, honor, and integrity can give us the confidence to remain calm and have peace in times of trial.
Elder Rasband commemorates the life of Jon M. Huntsman, and speaks on honesty and treating one another with kindness, so we can be known for our goodness.
We should strive to become men and women of integrity and build our foundations upon Christ, the perfect model of integrity.
Besides avoiding cheating, plagiarism, and false representation tempting to students, "integrity" for a BYU student means living with honor at all times.
Please remember this principle as you leave the university: “If you take care of the little things, the big things will take care of themselves.”
The Deseret News editor passionately describes the need for journalists who seek integrity in everything they do, despite the tough competition for readers.
Let us live with the honor and integrity that encourages us to live our standards with courage, to keep our word faithfully, and to represent the Lord.
Gordon B. Hinckley encourages all to stand up for truth, for integrity, for loyalty, for all that is good. The world is counting on you.
Richard G. Scott implores listeners to resolutely decide to keep the Lord's standards and live so that the Holy Ghost can inspire all to do what is right.
In his final address to BYU students, President Rex E. Lee addresses what it means to have true integrity, which encompasses honesty, ethics, and wholeness.
It is better to be than to seem. Be real, be genuine, be sincere in your relationship with God and in your relationships with others—including dating.
Just as small problems can compromise the integrity of the physical heart, seemingly small breeches of honor can compromise personal integrity.
Hyrum Smith is an example of integrity, loyalty, and faith that we can strive to emulate. Remember that it is better to be trusted than to be liked.
Tests of honesty and integrity will present themselves in many ways. When our character is tried, will we live up to the things we know are right?
Relielf Society General President Barbara B. Smith speaks to graduates of Brigham Young University, sharing how they can use their education to better themselves and better the world.
The spirit of BYU and its students is special. Much of that uniqueness comes from your character and integrity. Seek God and to further His work.
N. Eldon Tanner gives students something to think about by asking if they are living their lives according to the gospel as they should be.
Honesty and integrity are the first steps to greatness. There are many examples of integrity in the lives of those around us—are you one of them?
Character is forged over time as we encounter trying situations with honesty and integrity. Doing what is right, Delbert L. Stapley reminds us, pleases God.
You cannot buy integrity with any sum of money; you can only cultivate a good name for yourself throughout your life by the way you conduct yourself.