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

28Mar

The right way to do things

Written by Laura Kasandra Matus Diaz, Posted in Devotionals

The right way to do things

Staying true and focused on God’s will may require sacrifice, but it’s the right way to do things, said accounting professor Doug McDougal as he spoke to students at a recent BC devotional. He praised their desire to serve even while working hard to learn.

28Mar

Be strong and of good courage

Written by Laura Kasandra Matus Diaz, Posted in Devotionals

Be strong and of good courage

A big life challenge for student Natalie Hansen came when she struggled with her testimony. She found comfort and counsel in a favorite scripture, Joshua 1:9. The scripture states, “Have not I commanded thee? Be strong and of a good courage; be not afraid, neither be thou dismayed: for the Lord thy God is with thee whithersoever thou goest.”

24Mar

Liahona finds her chosen path

Written by Jana Lillie, Posted in Student Stories

Liahona finds her chosen path

Like Lehi and his family in the Book of Mormon, Liahona Ficquet moved around a lot. Born and raised in France, she was named after the tool used as a compass, but it took time to find her path. Her father was a woodworker, and the family moved several times to find work. “I thought it was fun to move around,” she said. “Changing schools was hard, but if I did not like my experience at one I could have a fresh start at another.”

21Mar

Inherit the promised land

Written by Laura Kasandra Matus Diaz, Posted in Devotionals

Inherit the promised land

When Chris Stott pondered 1 Nephi 2:15 and how Lehi had left a beautiful home to live in a tent, he realized that just as Lehi was asked to leave comforts to live in the wilderness, students at LDS Business College are doing something similar on a smaller scale.

21Mar

3 principles for success

Written by Laura Kasandra Matus Diaz, Posted in Devotionals

3 principles for success

During a devotional at LDS Business College, Elder Edward Dube expressed how good the students looked. He said he was grateful for the invitation to speak. The General Authority of the Church then shared a powerful truth. “You will grow line upon line, precept upon precept, as you keep one eye on your desired profession and the other eye on the scriptures,” he said.

17Mar

Daniel Carter's experience at LDSBC

Posted in Student Stories

Daniel Carter was lost, but found himself along with renewed confidence at LDSBC.

14Mar

A sacred place

Written by Laura Kasandra Matus Diaz, Posted in Devotionals

A sacred place

When he graduated from high school, Daniel Carter considered different colleges but was drawn to LDSBC. Little did he know how much the College and its spiritual focus would truly touch and shape his future. During his first year at the school, Daniel gained the extra knowledge and spiritual preparedness he needed to serve a mission. He gave his first Melchizedek Priesthood blessing at the school.

14Mar

Decide to Be Christ-Like

Written by Laura Kasandra Matus Diaz, Posted in Devotionals

Decide to Be Christ-Like

Brother Randall L. Ridd learned a lesson he has never forgotten while serving on the Young Men General Board. “As long as you can decide what you are going to be, why not decide to become something good?” he told LDSBC students at a recent devotional.

10Mar

The right fit for Hyunook

Written by Laura Kasandra Matus Diaz, Posted in Student Stories

The right fit for Hyunook

You never know how far a good friendship can take you, but for Hyunook Kim it took him all the way across the Pacific Ocean to a different continent. “Hanjun Park and I grew up together in Ulsan South Korea” said Hyunook. “We have always been really good friends. Hanjun attended LDSBC and told me about it. He encouraged me to attend the school as well. But I was still not sure about coming to America.”

07Mar

God loves each of us

Posted in Student Stories

God loves each of us

When someone mentions “love,” it’s easy to think of romantic love or the love we share with family and friends. But pure love, the deepest form, comes from Jesus Christ. Our Savior’s love was so deep that despite the utmost in suffering he atoned for each son and daughter of God.

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