BYU teaches students how to build up Zion—a community in which every child of God belongs and plays an important role.
Justin Collings shares six things we should seek in order to come unto the Savior and fulfill BYU’s divine destiny as a school in Zion.
While highlighting the accomplishments of BYU students, Kevin J Worthen shares how their research is changing the world and fulfilling the destiny of Zion.
Just as the Lord led the children of Israel to the promised land, He will lead each of us to our own—one which is not confined by geography or prosperity.
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.
What does it mean to be "in the world, but not of the world?" The line between Zion and Babylon is fuzzy, and only we know which city we truly belong to.
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It should be obvious to us all that the ultimate future of BYU is partially hidden from our immediate view. Until we have climbed the hills just ahead, we cannot glimpse what lies beyond. And the hills ahead are higher than we think.
Though many trends among the youth of the world are troubling, the youth of Zion give us great hope for the future. We must support them every way we can.
The welfare program of the Church is one tool for teaching us to live in the Lord's way. In Zion, we take care of each other and there are no poor.