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BC students leave weekly devotional at Assembly Hall on Temple Square. 

14Dec

Four Scripture Study Tips

Written by Jacqueline Crane , Posted in Devotionals

Balancing work, school and continuing to develop our relationship with Christ is always a challenge. However, Christ has asked us to seek for His kingdom first, and then the other things in our lives will fall into place (3 Nephi 13:33).

12Dec

My Christ-Centered Education

Posted in Student Stories

The core purpose of LDS Business College is to deepen discipleship in our Savior Jesus Christ. Madelyn Felix has become just such a disciple. 

08Dec

Desire to serve brings presidential opportunities to Amram

Written by Jacqueline Crane , Posted in Alumni Stories

Desire to serve brings presidential opportunities to Amram

Born and raised in Kenya, Amram Musungu grew up with a strong thirst for education. He ran seven miles each morning to school, came home for lunch, and returned to school each afternoon, running 24 miles a day. His mother knew education would give Amram a better life, so she hugged him and shed tears as he left, running through brush to avoid dangerous wild animals.

07Dec

Through faith, in Christ’s name

Written by Laura Kasandra Matus Diaz, Posted in Devotionals

  Through faith, in Christ’s name

If you have ever felt that everything you had planned has disappeared, you should learn from Elijah Taylor’s experience as he walked with faith in God’s promises.

06Dec

A unique way to light the world

Written by Laura Kasandra Matus Diaz, Posted in Devotionals

A unique way to light the world

“God’s family includes everyone. We are all children of God.” This was Natalie Gochnour’s testimony when she talked about the unique circumstances every member of the Church faces.

05Dec

Cybersecurity students push limits

Written by Laura Kasandra Matus Diaz, Posted in Newsroom

  Cybersecurity students push limits

Excitement was reflected in Herman Kravchenko’s face as he set up equipment. It was the night before a challenging Cyber Security competition in Idaho, and the LDS Business College student from the Ukraine knew this was an important opportunity. “You visit a new place, get to know new people, meet future employers, and apply what you have learned in class,” he said. “It’s great for your resume. It’s also a valuable way to test your skills.”

01Dec

Two Minutes of Terror

Written by Rachel Lynne Bond, Posted in Student Stories

Two Minutes of Terror

I remember it clearly. Our small high school had closed early on a beautiful day because of a terse report promising bad weather ahead. By the time we reached home, the storm hit.

Since the year 2000, the United States has experienced eight EF5 tornados. All have left severe destruction. Four occurred on the same day—April 27, 2011. One made a direct hit on Smithville, Mississippi, my hometown.

30Nov

Three steps for a joyful life

Written by Laura Kasandra Matus Diaz, Posted in Devotionals

Three steps for a joyful life

“Do you appreciate the small wonders,” asked Cathy Carey, “or do they get lost in the hustle and bustle of the day?”  After battling with cancer and missing normal days, thankfulness became essential in her life.

30Nov

Under the Instruction of a Master

Written by Laura Kasandra Matus Diaz, Posted in Devotionals

Under the Instruction of a Master

Playing the organ for LDSBC Devotional was one of the dreams Andrew Auna had since he attended New Student Orientation. His dream has been accomplished after teaching himself how to play the organ. Andrew now is in charge of playing the prelude music for LDSBC Devotionals.

 
16Nov

All will be well for those who put their trust in the Savior

Written by Laura Kasandra Matus Diaz, Posted in Devotionals

All will be well for those who put their trust in the Savior

A special spirit was felt at the Assembly Hall as Elder Oaks and Sister Oaks arrived for devotional. It’s was a wonderful opportunity for LDSBC Students and staff to learn through the spirit from Sister Oaks. She taught that in a world full of voices and distractions from the media and the internet we must seek for the importance of listening to and following the prophet. The prophet will help us to remain in the truth.

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