BYUSpeeches

Anatomy of Invention by Larry L. Howell

http://speeches.byu.edu Larry L. Howell was professor of mechanical engineering when he presented this BYU Maeser Distinguished Faculty Lecture on...

Blake Peterson: Do We Really Believe?

In each of our lives, we will have to face the question, "Do I believe?" When this happens, we need to hold fast to what we already know is true.

Being in Tune: Minimizing Interference Beats by Rebecca Schroeder

http://speeches.byu.edu Rebecca Schroeder was acquisitions librarian and department chair of the Material Acquisitions Department in the Harold B....

Larry L. Howell: Anatomy of Invention

Applying the principles of inspiration, collaboration, and exploitation will help us to be successful innovators and lead us to make a positive...

"Without Compulsory Means" by Stephen W. Liddle

http://speeches.byu.edu Stephen W. Liddle was professor of information systems and academic director of the Kevin and Debra Rollins Center for...

Rebecca Schroeder- Being in Tune: Minimizing Interference Beats

Living righteously makes our lives more in tune with Jesus Christ.

Elder and Sister Renlund

Charity and unity build upon each other.

Sister Linda K. Burton: The Two Great Commandments

As we love God and our neighbors, we will better come to know God.

Sister Kristen Oaks: "If Ye Are Not One, Ye Are Not Mine"

We must be one with Christ, one with ourselves, one in our families, and one with our fellow men.

Sandra Rogers: Hidden in the Circle of His Will

Being one in charity with the Lord means extending His love to others.

Of Starfish and Destinies by Jeffery N. Bunker

http://speeches.byu.edu Jeffery N. Bunker was associate executive director of Student Academic and Advisement Services at Brigham Young University...

Jeffery Bunker: Of Starfish and Destinies

Our thoughts determine our character and our destiny. Because of this we need to clear our minds of unwanted thoughts.