Winter 1999

Lynn A. Mickelsen

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Fill the Measure of Your Creation

Fill the Measure of Your Creation 

 
Thank you President Woodhouse. It's great to be with you here this morning. I didn't know what to expect when they told me I was speaking at a devotional of a business college. I thought you would be stiff business people here this morning, and I came prepared to address you that way. I didn't know it was a devotional. I hadn't thought about it until this morning, and my secretary informed me, "These are just good LDS students going to school here." I recognize some of you, having taught you in the mission field, and seen you in zone conferences. It feels a little like a zone conference this morning, to be with you and feel your spirit of wanting to know, wanting to learn. That is what is so exciting about teaching missionaries. I sense that from you. My thoughts have been mixed, and though I have a prepared text you probably won't hear very much of it this morning.
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Virginia Pearce

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Personal Reflections: Light from the House of the Lord

Personal Reflections: Light from the House of the Lord

 
I would like begin and center my remarks around a scripture, D&C 50:24. I get funny phone calls all of the time about my father, funny questions from people that I don't know.
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Robert K. Dellenbach

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Gospel Revolutionaries

Gospel Revolutionaries

 
Thank you President Woodhouse. It is a blessing for me to be with you today. You look so alive, and I love to see young people and young faculty members who are alive also. This is a thrill for me. The choir was magnificent; thank you. We really appreciated the music and the sweet faces and the testimonies that radiate. It's a marvelous thing. I'm grateful to be here, and I bring you the greetings of the First Presidency of the Church. I know that President Hinckley, President Monson and President Faust if they could just come here for a few minutes would get a shot in the arm to keep going.
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