Pursuing its mission to inspire the BYU community to life-long innovation, the Creativity, Innovation, and Design group selects and highlights compelling BYUspeeches on creativity, innovation, design, invention, and entrepreneurship.
Enjoy Dr. Stephen Liddle’s speech “Without Compulsory Means” delivered on May 3, 2016.
“Why did God make such explicit commands about protecting strangers, widows, and orphans? Because these individuals are among the most vulnerable of all God’s children. That vulnerability was particularly pronounced and acute in the ancient world. God seeks especial care for the most vulnerable on earth, promising His wrath upon those who will not show mercy.”
Pursuing its mission to inspire the BYU community to life-long innovation, the Creativity, Innovation, and Design group selects and highlights compelling BYU speeches on creativity, innovation, design, invention, and entrepreneurship.
Enjoy Elder Sterling W. Sill’s “Creative Leadership in a Changing World“ (36:45) delivered on June 14, 1961.
Join Tyler Griffin and me for a presentation “The People, Places, and Plates of the Book of Mormon and Visuals to Help You Understand” on Thursday, February 23, 7:00 – 9:00 pm Cruise Lady Event Center located at 9118 S. Redwood Road, West Jordan, Utah as part of the Know Your Religion Series. $6 per person. Call 801-453-9444 to register. http://www.cruiselady.com/learn-our-religion-lecture-series/
My latest article with Brad Wilcox on the meaning of Book of Mormon names. What “Sariah” and “Moroni” Actually Mean: Insights into Book of Mormon Names on LDS Living.