Religion

Faithful families

By polling adopted and non-adopted young adults alike, Cara Adams, a senior in psychology from California, is trying to find a correlation between positive adoptions and faith.

Divorce myths busted

The common belief that “50 percent of all marriages end in divorce” has been disproven as recent studies show that the divorce rate is much lower, especially among religious couples.

Students share insights gained from April 2014 General Conference

BYU-Hawaii students gathering in stake centers, chapels, dorms, and homes, to watch the 184th Semiannual General Conference for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on April 5 and 6. Students highlighted some of their favorite conference talks, and shared their love of the occasion.

Book of Mormon characters inspire students

BYU-Hawaii students explained who their favorite characters from the Book of Mormon are. They said the characters have inspired them throughout their lives.

Language and prayer

Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are taught to pray and communicate with Heavenly Father, but students at BYU-Hawaii shared how they speak to God in each of their respective cultures. They added no matter the type of language used, God hears people’s prayers.

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