Elaine S. Dalton brings a call to lead the world in a return to virtue. Those who are pure in heart are the building blocks of Zion.
"We believe in being honest, true, chaste, benevolent, virtuous, and in doing good to all men." Guide your life by these principles—be true to the faith.
Sometimes the best advice is simple. Elder Jack H. Goaslind offers the admonition to be honest, be pure, and be humble. In other words, be your best self.
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Jeffrey R. Holland discusses the sanctity of chastity and physical intimacy. The power of souls, symbols, and sacraments is gifted from God.
President Holland asks students to appreciate the privilege of being at BYU by contributing to its aims of virtus, virtue, and veritas, truth.
Sexual purity and virtue are imperative for men and women alike. Living morally will prevent temporal and spiritual consequences for you and your families.
As the world becomes increasingly dismissive of the morality, we must create a style of our own—one of modesty and chastity.