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

14Nov

Nacha looks to faith and family after losses

Written by Rachel Lynne Bond, Posted in Student Stories

Nacha looks to faith and family after losses

“Nacha, I need you to promise me something,” said his mother. Nacha turned to her and said, “Of course. But do not worry. You are going to be fine.”

Ignoring his words, his mother told Nacha, “Promise me that when you go on your mission, you will serve with all of your heart, that even when things get difficult you will never complain.” Those were her last words to him. She passed away the next morning.

11Nov

All good things are possible because of Jesus Christ

Written by Laura Kasandra Matus Diaz, Posted in Devotionals

All good things are possible because of Jesus Christ

Changes and challenges are part of life. There might be occasions when you can’t understand the reason why something is happening to you or you don’t know what is the next step you should take to succeed. It might be that everything has completely changed for you, but there is something sure in all the uncertainty of life: “All things will work for your good”  (D&C 122:7).

10Nov

Melissa shares big key to career success

Written by Jacqueline Crane , Posted in Alumni Stories

Melissa shares big key to career success

Six years ago, Melissa Bown was a stay-at-home mom doing digital scrapbooking. Now she works as an Executive Assistant to the Administrative Director of the Department of OB/GYN at the University of Utah School of Medicine. She also works with the Women and Children’s Service Line, lending precisely the skills needed for those receiving and supplying care.

09Nov

Empowered by the Gospel

Written by Laura Kasandra Matus Diaz, Posted in Devotionals

Empowered by the Gospel

When Alisa Bevziuk was assigned to share her testimony for Devotional to the LDSBC students and faculty in her non-native language, she felt that a challenge was presented to her; however, she accepted this challenge in order to demonstrate her love for the Savior.

09Nov

Prayer is the pathway to revelation

Posted in Devotionals

 Prayer is the pathway to revelation

Everything BC college students are looking for during their time at LDS Business College can be summarized in one word: SUCCESS. Whether that be spiritually, academically, or with relationships, none of us are looking for failure. The question is, how can you have success in your life when you have so many different responsibilities?  These might include church callings, school, family, friends and everything else involved with your daily life.

02Nov

Tough decisions lead Angela to financial independence

Written by Howard M. Collett, Posted in Student Stories

After graduating from high school, Angela Jones had some tough decisions to make. She had been accepted to three colleges, and she chose one to study exercise and physiology. But after three semesters, she started reconsidering her choice.

02Nov

Heavenly Father prepares the way

Posted in Devotionals

Heavenly Father prepares the way

“Families can be together forever,” was something really touching for Igor Salamatin when he was taking the missionary discussions and learning more about the gospel.

02Nov

These are our days

Posted in Devotionals

These are our days

When Elder Nielsen attended Seminary, he had to memorize the twelve temples the Church had dedicated. He heard many times that the Gospel would flood the earth and he always wondered how that could happen.

26Oct

Becoming is not a destination, becoming is a journey.

Posted in Devotionals

Becoming is not a destination, becoming is a journey.

For each student at LDSBC great memories and friendships are made but If you could ask Dorian Huang what is the most remarkable thing she has learned at the BC she would say that “Becoming is not a destination, becoming is a journey.”

26Oct

You are here for a unique purpose

Posted in Devotionals

You are here for a unique purpose

    Sister Kristen Cox started to  gradually lose her vision when she was 11 years old. When she got totally blind, she felt so ashamed of her unique characteristic; she occasionally used her stick to walk and hide her blindness until she felt inside a hole. Ashamed and scared, she called her husband to ask for help.The experience taught her that she didn’t have to hide her unique characteristic.

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