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Devotionals and Lectures

Fall 2021 Commencement: Elder Carl B. Cook

Friday, December 10
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Academics

Classes Begin - Spring 2022

Wednesday, April 27
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News & Speeches

BYU–Hawaii: A Centennial Celebration to Commemorate David O. McKay’s 1921 Vision

By Po Nien Chou November 23, 2021 03:00 PM
On November 11, 2021, over 200 people gathered for a special centennial celebration at BYU–Hawaii to commemorate Elder David O. McKay’s inspiring vision during his visit to the island on February 7, 1921. Posters displaying early photographs recounted the story of those early years and President McKay’s prophetic vision that “God has had His hand over this entire valley and from this school [BYU–Hawaii] … will go men and women whose influence will be felt for good towards the establishment of peace internationally.” Attendees viewed early images that included the flag raising ceremony at the elementary school in 1921, where President McKay observed 127 children from various cultures and backgrounds (e.g. Hawaiian, Japanese, Filipinos, Chinese, and others) coming together as one. He later wrote, “That ceremony brought tears to my eyes. Truly the melting pot. … [and] an example in this little place of the purposes of our Father in Heaven to unite all people by the gospel of Jesus Christ.”

ThanksLIVING

By Kevin Schlag November 23, 2021 11:00 AM
BYU–Hawaii devotional by Kevin Schlag, November 23, 2021. "See it. Don’t take things for granted. Watch out for ingratitude. Tie it to heaven. Say it. Say thanks to God and everyone else. Live it. Even when life gets hard, live in thanksgiving."

The Lord's Path—Line Upon Line

By Scott Bleak November 10, 2021 08:55 AM
My invitation to you is to encourage you to use your faith in engaging the Lord in all your decisions and pursuits throughout your lives. All of them. I testify the Lord lives and He loves you dearly and will lead you along your path. He is excited to engage you in His service as you choose to follow Him.