Weekly devotionals focus on spiritual learning and application to help LDS Business College students become capable and trusted disciples of Jesus Christ.
Speakers this semester include a senior president of the Quorums of the Seventy, a member of the general young men’s board and other LDS Church leaders and employees. An executive vice president for O.C. Tanner, the founders of Operation Underground Railroad and Miracles From Elsie Foundation, and a BYU music professor and well-known conductor are also part of the College devotional schedule.
Winter devotionals are held in the Conference Center Theater on Temple Square each Tuesday from 11:15 a.m. to noon and are open to the public.
Speakers for the Winter 2018 semester are:
Jan. 9: President Bruce C. Kusch and his wife, Sister Alynda Kusch
Jan. 16: Charles Andersen, LDS Church managing director of headquarters facilities
Jan. 23: Raymond Robinson, LDS Church director of music and performing arts
Jan. 30: Elder L. Whitney Clayton, senior president of the Presidency of the Seventy
Feb. 6: Vince Vaughn, LDS Business College vice president of administration
Feb. 13: Al Carraway, a favorite LDS blogger, and marketing manager for the LDS Church
Feb. 20: Tim Ballard, Operation Underground Railroad founder and CEO
Feb. 27: Sunny Mahe, founder of the Miracles from Elsie Foundation
March 6: Ricardo Rosas, LDS Business College director of marketing and communications
March 13: Mark Willes, former CEO of Deseret Management Corporation
March 20: Robert Heyn, CEO of Academy for Creating Enterprise and a member of the LDS General Young Men’s Board
March 27: David Sturt, EVP of O.C. Tanner Institute and Marketing
April 3: Kory Katseanes, BYU music professor and former director of the BYU School of Music
Devotional talks are archived on the LDSBC devotionals website with video, audio and transcripts available about one week following the devotional.