How inspired professors and faithful fellow students can help BYU flourish through an atmosphere of respect and trust.
Elder Stevenson shares his testimony of the ongoing Restoration of Christ's gospel. It began with Joseph Smith, and is still happening today.
Of all the treasures of knowledge and truth, the greatest is the knowledge of God. Dieter F. Uchtdorf shares his testimony of the restored gospel.
The restoration brought about a "wonderful flood of light" regarding the family, Fall, and Atonement of Christ—but do we live in that light?
The restoration of the gospel is about hope. Heidi S. Swinton speaks of the restoration and how its message should bring "peace like a river" to our souls.
Anciently and through the Restoration, God has given us indispensable revelation. He promises immense blessings if we study the scriptures.
But for Joseph Smith and his contributions, the world and our lives would be vastly lacking the revelations and church he helped bring about.
He who will bring about the restoration of all things also brings to pass the intimate restorations that heal us, cleanse us, and fulfill divine promises.
President Lee unfolds the story and attributes of the U.S. Constitution and explains its significance for Latter-day Saints seeking to be good citizens.
The courageous and selfless giving of Joseph Smith's life is evidence of the Prophet's devotion to the Lord and to the Saints.
In reference to the restoration of the gospel, the scriptures speak of the Lord bringing about his "strange act." We are a part of this continuing work.
Elder McConkie bears testimony of the truth and usefulness of revealed scripture, including the Joseph Smith Translation of the Bible.
Because the gospel has been restored, and because we are blessed to know about it, we have a solemn responsibility to live according to it.
The Great Apostasy, the religious Reformation, and the colonization of America were all part of a great historical prologue to the Restoration.
As member missionaries, we should "be ready always" to share the gospel. The prophecies of Isaiah defend the Restoration as part of God's plan.
Lack of knowledge about specific church events does not mean that we must doubt. We must only keep searching for the truth, whether by history or faith.