David A. Bednar draws parallels between miracles in 1846 and in 2020. Covenants made in the temple are worth sacrifice and provide strength.
What do a failed exam, a cut up degree, historical documents, and a screensaver have in common? A vision of ourselves and of BYU to remember and believe in.
Sister Virginia U. Jensen, then first counselor in the general Relief Society presidency, spoke to the Faculty Women’s Association at BYU in January of this year. She recalled the first time she had to give a talk in the Tabernacle on Temple Square. She noted that she had never had a desire to speak in the Tabernacle. I guess that is how I feel about my experience today. I have…
President Bateman outlines the history of BYU, from the pioneer founders to the present, emphasizing the Lord's hand in the university's growth.
Dean Douglas M. Chabries shares inspiring stories from his Western European, American, and Yugoslavian heritage, honoring the legacy of pioneer forbearers.
The Israelite exodus led by Moses and the trek of the Latter-day Saint pioneers have much in common and are part of our inspiring legacy.
Brent L. Top shares inspiring pioneer stories. Though our trials may not be as dramatic as theirs, it still takes faith for us to follow God each day.
Yesterday morning I awoke in a comfortable bed and breakfast establishment in Cambridge, England. I was some 6,000 miles away from Utah. My one-day journey home required a taxi ride to the Cambridge train station, a short train ride into and through London, and another train ride south to Gatwick Airport. After checking my luggage, which would be handled by others for me, I boarded a modern jet airliner. After…
A couple of months ago, my older sister, Margo, serving as Young Women president in her ward in Cape Town, South Africa, expressed frustration that she could find no way to help her young women see the meaning in “Faith in Every Footstep.” In fact, she said, “I am tired of these American stories, these pioneers who died a hundred years ago and with whom I can find no connection.”…
Gordon B. Hinckley speaks of the noble pioneers. The pioneers were people of great faith, of tremendous loyalty, and of unbending integrity.
Patience is necessary to overcome trials and tribulations, both small and large. The process of developing patience molds us into faithful Saints.
You have a rich heritage as members of the Church. Do you retain in remembrance the sacrifices made for you, and the stories you can learn from?
The legacy left behind by our pioneer ancestors—a legacy shared by converts and "pioneer stock" alike—is one that will continue to stand the test of time.
Brigham Young's admonition to the Saints to bring in the pioneers suffering on the plains was a reminder to us all: we are our Brother’s Keeper.
As we celebrate the various summer holidays, we must remember the heritage they commemorate and determine to preserve the gifts we’ve been given.
Pioneers early and modern have made immense sacrifices for their testimony of the gospel. They know that if it is true, little else really matters.
We have a responsibility to the pioneer founders who sacrificed so much for their vision of this school to keep its spirit and purpose alive and unique.
Bryant S. Hinckley offers a tribute commemorating Karl G. Maeser, whose life and service to BYU make up an important part of the school's legacy.