Janalee Emmer shares how both faith and art transform our hearts and foster empathy. Art can help us see the world from a new perspective.
Elder Kearon teaches that with the love of our Heavenly Father and our God-given talents, we can establish a more wonderful world.
The illuminated stories of individuals throughout history show that courage and motivation to endure are required to experience greatness.
Julie Crockett assures us that our uniqueness and divine individuality are only magnified as we work toward attaining Christlike attributes.
If we are willing to listen, we can become instruments in the Lord's hands to lift and rescue others through an act of kindness or by sharing our talents.
The story of a lifetime of service in the Church and as a musician teach us that we are completely dependent on the Lord for our success.
Robert C. Oaks teaches that we have all been blessed with both temporal and spiritual gifts which allow us to understand our identity.
The examples of three former BYU swimmers who made a difference in their respective spheres can inspire us to do the same.
Douglas M. Chabries encourages students to develop their talents by seeking out revelation, good friends, obedience, and remembering their heritage.
The Lord has given talents or "goods" to each of us, which we can use to bless those around us and in turn become more like Him.
Sportscasting icon and former BYU football star Vai Sikahema talks about how the Lord prepares and uses our talents and experience to bless others.
Some commencement advice: consider the future, don't be too modest about your talents, and remember that the road to heaven is more work, but worth it.
As we move toward eternal progression, we must develop our God-given talents so that our capacity to serve God and our fellow man can and will increase.
The purpose of life is using our talents to benefit others. Our spiritual gifts are also used to build the kingdom of God if we choose to improve and serve.
There are many talents worth pursuing, but none that surpass the talent of spirituality. Elder Rector gives suggestions to help us improve this talent.
Boyd K. Packer invites us to glorify God and invite the Spirit into our worship through reverent music and beautiful art.