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

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.

24Oct

Accounting degree leads Steve to life of service

Written by Howard M. Collett, Posted in Alumni Stories

Accounting degree leads Steve to life of service

When asked how the best things in his life began, Steve Dobb admitted he took a few risks. “They involved sneaking into a college dance, winning a bet on a test, and choosing to be an accounting nerd,” he said. Each led the Salt Lake City, Utah, native to three important choices: which college to attend, which person to marry, and which career to pursue.

19Oct

The best decision in my life

Posted in Devotionals

 The best decision in my life

“I made the best decision in my life coming to a college that believes the doctrine of Christ as a cornerstone of knowledge,” was the testimony of Danilo Mantilla a Business Management student from Bogota, Colombia, who serves as a Mentor Coordinator at LDSBC.

19Oct

Less feelings of entitlement

Posted in Devotionals

Less feelings of entitlement

The closer they are to the Lord, the less their feelings of entitlement.” was the statement of Elder Condie after referring to the multiple senior missionaries who take part of their retirement time to serve in multiple callings.

14Oct

Interior Design at LDS Business College

Written by Jacqueline Crane , Posted in Glimpses

This program is extremely rigorous and has a reputation for excellence in the design industry. The program provides students with hands-on experiences giving them necessary skills in two years.

12Oct

This is a place of light

Posted in Devotionals

This is a place of light

How many times have we realized we must go to the temple, then finding ourselves rushing as fast as we can to be on time to participate in sessions or baptisms?. We have so many things going on in our lives,  we run to accomplish one task after another and then realize that you had planned to attend the Temple!. You then quickly make the arrangements to attend, walking briskly, as fast as you can to the entrance to be on time to start the session, or baptisms.

10Oct

LennaKay helps displaced in times of need

Written by Jacqueline Crane

LennaKay helps displaced in times of need

LennaKay Griffin moved 11 times before she finished high school. Although she claims no place as her hometown, she continuously travels to different cities providing aid and relief to those who have lost their homes to natural disasters.

07Oct

There’s Lots going on at LDSBC

Written by Jacqueline Crane , Posted in Glimpses

If there’s no a job at the end, we don’t teach it. It’s that simple.

If you’re looking for a career or an opportunity to deepen your testimony in two years, you need to look into LDS Business College.

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