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15th Anniversary Celebration Concert The Orchestra at Temple Square

The Orchestra at Temple Square will celebrate its 15th anniversary with one of Tchaikovsky’s most beloved works featuring 19-year-old piano prodigy George Li under the direction of acclaimed conductor, Igor Gruppman.

How to Turn off the Worry Faucet

Do you ever wish you could turn off stress and stop worrying? Here’s one way to get a handle on it.

By Joni Hilton
Discrepancies Between Accounts of the First Vision

The real concern isn't about "covering up" the fact that these different accounts of the First Vision exist, but rather what we make of the fact—acknowledged for decades by believing LDS scholars—that there are discrepancies between the accounts.

By Michael R. Ash
Chocolate on my Mind

Sometimes I think I may as well just put “Eat some chocolate” at the top of my daily to-do list and then I’d be sure to get at least one thing done that day!

By Janice Kapp Perry
Who Would you Be Without Fear?

In moments of extreme anxiety about the tasks that are required of you, it is important to stop and ask the question, 'who would you be without fear?'

By Anne Hinton Pratt
Saints and Soldiers: West Point historian to speak about WWI and Mormon soldiers

Sherman L. Fleek, Command Historian at the United States Military Academy at West Point will deliver a lecture on "World War 1: The Great War that Changed the World." The lecture will be given in BYU’s Harold B. Lee Library.

By BYU Media Relations
Not on the Same Page: From Student to Teacher

Most students are bright and fun to teach, but each semester I get interesting letters, emails, and phone calls from a few students who may not fall into those categories.

By Daris Howard
What Does the Name of Jesus Christ mean to Me?

There remains but one essential step to regain the presence of the Lord: taking upon us fully the name of Jesus Christ. But how do we do it?

By Larry Barkdull
Lesson 37
"Thou Has Done Wonderful Things"

Isaiah, as well as the rest of the Lord’s prophets, used symbolism to both reveal and conceal the truth about the Lord and his gospel.

By Philip Allred