Rob Elzey, the area director over institute and seminary, spoke to UVSC students at the Orem Institute on Friday, March 21. The focus of his devotional was helping students “understand how the Lord teaches his children.”
Richard Hawks spoke at the Orem Institute on Friday, Feb. 22, speaking to the students about prioritizing their lives. He spoke of some important things that each person needs to do to be happy in life, despite busy schedules and lack of funds. He said, “There is not enough time in the day for you to do everything you need to do, but there are four things you need to do.” Brother Hawks read from a book called Not By Bread Alone, written by Bryant S. Hinckley, father of President Gordon B. Hinckley. In a section entitled “A Balanced Life” brother Hawks read the four things he feels every student needs to do in life. “Be glad of life, because it gives you a chance to love, to work, to play, to look up at the stars … “
Last week’s devotional, given by Chad Lewis, was a moment for students and faculty alike to be given the opportunity to learn something new and enjoy listening to remarks. For those who missed this devotional, students are invited to attend the next, featuring UVSC President William A. Sederburg.
On CampusBishop speaks to instituteMember of presiding bishopric on campusBy: Rebecca LamoreauxNews WriterOn Nov. 2, the Orem Institute of Religion had the privilege of hosting Bishop Richard C. Edgley, first counselor in the presiding bishopric of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Jack Marshall will be coming to speak for a devotional at the Orem Institute of Religion on Nov 9. He is presently an associate director of the Institute of Religion at the University of Utah. He has worked for the Church Educational System for 33 years teaching throughout the United States and Canada.