As children of God, we are all stewards of the earth. Doing all we can to take care of our planet helps us demonstrate our love for Him.
We often only find meaning in things to the point that we can use them for our gain but God gives us these opportunities to bless those in our stewardship.
J. Craig McIlroy encourages graduates to take the lessons they have learned at BYU about stewardship and apply them to their families and temporal pursuits.
To emulate the Savior in our personal ministry, we should open our hearts and help, uplift, and encourage others in small, simple ways every day.
When it comes time to cheer on BYU—not just in a sports game, but when it matters, in the university's divine mission—will you let your voice be heard?
Ownership of BYU falls to each of its students. Like the small effort of butterflies that can have drastic effects, you can make a difference here.
Revelation serves many purposes necessary and beneficial: it testifies, prophesies, comforts, uplifts, informs, restrains, confirms, and impels.
Time is a god-given gift that the wise will cherish and that the foolish will waste or misuse; what we do here will determine what we are in the eternities.