We all have people who influence us through their actions. Let's strive to emulate Jesus Christ, who is the greatest influencer in our lives.
Amy Petersen Jensen shares examples of why our bodies matter in a digital world, citing from both personal and professional experiences.
Steven A. Smith asks us to follow our elder brother's example by being His compassionate hands to relieve suffering in others.
As impressive as modern technology is, a celestial communication network is infinitely more pure and capable than man's smartest technology.
Choose to use technology for good by keeping records, engaging actively in media, consecrating our days, looking for service, and uniting with God.
In this Valentine’s Day address, Elder Patrick Kearon delivers messages of love as he encourages students to assess the state of their hearts.
We are blessed to have technology. We need to use these modern marvels to advance Heavenly Father's purposes.
Faculty mentoring is unparalleled in its assistance toward preparing for higher education when studying computer graphics.
The more links you forge with your ancestors through their culture, the richer the legacy you will have to pass along to your own children and grandchildren.
Technology provides the means for communicating the gospel and its theology to the world and improving the efficiency of the Church.
The Deseret News editor passionately describes the need for journalists who seek integrity in everything they do, despite the tough competition for readers.
Zion means unity and prosperity. If we can catch the not-so-distant view of Zion using technology, we can better seek the kingdom of God.
I am grateful for my wife, here on the stand with me, giving me her constant support. She really is my hero. I’m grateful for family members and friends who have shared with me the weight of saying something valuable to you during our time together. I’m also thankful for colleagues from the College of Fine Arts and Communications, who also are seated on the stand and in the front…
On the USA's 200th anniversary, Loren C. Dunn urges us to protect the freedom of religion by ethically protecting the freedom of the press.
Learn how authors of anti-Mormon materials use specific strategies to convince readers of their trustworthiness, knowledge, and lack of bias.