Religion

Joseph Smith lecturer Grant Hardy takes on historical context in Book of Mormon

“When there are disappointments in life and things don’t always turn out the way people expect, it is what I called a crisis of expectations, and Nephi shows us how to come to deal with that,” said Grant Hardy, the guest speaker at the Joseph Smith Lecture Series, Nov. 11 in the HGB.

Book of Mormon expert to speak at BYUH

Dr. Grant Hardy, professor of History and Religious Studies at the University of North Carolina Asheville, will be the featured speaker at the 21st Annual Joseph Smith Lecture Series on Nov. 11 and 12 at BYU-Hawaii.

LDS Rome Temple construction making progress

Students at BYUH said they have been watching and anxiously waiting for the Temple in Rome, Italy since President Thomas S. Monson announced it in October General Conference of 2008.

General Conference speakers use native languages in talks

This October’s General Conference marked the first time in history General Authorities from other nations gave their talks in their native languages. The first General Authority to speak in his own language, Cantonese, was Elder Chi Hong (Sam) Wong of the Seventy.

The General Women's Meeting doesn't disappoint

God always loves his children despite their flaws and trials, said President Dieter F. Utchdorf at the general women’s meeting on Sept. 27. Other speakers talked about the blessing of temple covenants and the importance of daily working towards making and keeping covenants.

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