Christopher A. Mattson offers six ways to build spiritual boats that will carry us through life's journey, no matter the situation.
Christpher Waddell explains that we must prepare to meet our Heavenly Father. When the time comes, will you be ready?
Elder Godoy teaches us that we need to take advantage of learning opportunities now so we can serve the Lord faithfully after we leave BYU.
Elder Bowen discusses how character, honor, and integrity can give us the confidence to remain calm and have peace in times of trial.
Motivational speaker Dan Clark explains the four steps to on the stairway to heaven: life, time, prepare, and preform.
You have come to earth with a special and sacred duty. As you strive to return safely—and bring many with you—you will fulfill your spiritual destiny.
You are a choice generation, and you will do marvelous things as you strive to meet great expectations Heavenly Father knows you are capable of.
We want to be ready when the Lord asks—for He will ask. He said to John the Revelator, “To him that overcometh will I grant to sit with me in my throne, even as I also overcame, and am set down with my Father in his throne.” The Lord is so gracious.
By listening to the Spirit, reading the scriptures, and following our living prophets, we can be prepared for the Lord's work in the latter days.
Steve W. Albrecht shares listening to others can protect us from becoming victims—or perpetrators—of fraud, whether financial or spiritual.
Former BYU football head coach LaVell Edwards counsels us to put on the armor of God, which protects us and gives us an eternal perspective.
We must keep room in our lives for Christ and for faith if we are to be happy and successful on life's journey. Preparedness is key to this endeavor.
For you to see the Lord's plan for your life, you will need to prepare today to develop tomorrow's necessary social, practical, and spiritual skills.
When contemplating the important question about the purpose of life, it becomes very clear that this is an age of preparation; a time when we are to “consciously strive to improve daily in our pursuit of celestial character.”
We are often filled with the desire to make a difference in the world. In order to have the impact we want, however, we must prepare spiritually.
No one knows the great day of the Lord's Second Coming, but we do know the signs. More importantly, we know how to prepare and therefore need not fear.
Trouble will come, but discouragement doesn't have to. If we work now to prepare ourselves through patient and faithful discipleship, we will get through.
In a time when the Church experiences great growth throughout the world, we need to prepare to be its leaders, and our preparation begins with testimony.
Don't be like the man who, in the parable of the king's wedding feast, appeared without the proper clothes. Get spiritually dressed; prepare to meet God.
We have the potential to be a chosen generation. Truth, service, and love will help us be prepared to reach that potential and attain the Lord's approval.
This brief present life is an opportunity for us to prepare for the long hereafter. Let us live for that eternal life rather than this mortal one.
Qualify yourself to be a profitable servant to the Savior. You are an integral part of the furthering of this work of salvation, and your preparation is key to exaltation.
Elder Rector shares his testimony that the Lord will help you fulfill divine responsibilities as you prepare yourself to raise a family in the gospel.
When we return to meet our Heavenly Father, we want it to be a profitable homecoming. We can prepare now by living in accordance with the gospel.
The call to serve the Lord may come in small, large, or unexpected ways. Prepare yourself now to answer the call however it comes.
Antoine R. Ivins gives students spiritual and practical advice to prepare them for useful service in their community and the Church.
To face difficult decisions and tests of our faith, we must be armed with the spiritual preparation that comes from consistent righteousness.
George Washington’s decision to be just and upstanding allowed him to contribute greatly to America's establishment. Now is the time to follow his example.
The final examination of our lives comes sooner than we expect. Today is the only day we have to prepare, so don't just study for the exam—cram for it.