Meha devotional: miracles and the impossible

Ryan Anderson | University Advancement | 12 June 2008

Arapata MehaExamples of miracles, small and large, and stories from the scriptures helped Arapata Meha, Dean of Records and Admissions at BYU-Hawaii, to teach students in his June 10 devotional address that “with God, nothing is impossible.” 

Elder Ballard speaks on future BYUH, PCC roles

Mike Foley | University Advancement | 11 June 2008

President's Council Q-and-A forum, June 2008

Mike Foley | University Advancement | 6 June 2008

BYU-Hawaii President Steven L. WheelwrightThe BYU-Hawaii President's Council question and answer forum on June 5 tackled the following:

Rex Frandsen retires after 40 years of devoted service

Leilani Miller | University Advancement | 5 June 2008

Lessons from the Anti-Nephi-Lehis

Ryan Anderson | University Advancement | 4 June 2008

Kaye M. WorkmanSister Kaye M. Workman, Matron of the Laie Hawaii Temple, drew from the story of the Anti-Nephi-Lehis in the Book of Mormon in her devotional address June 3 to teach BYU-Hawaii students to be true to their covenants.

BYUH sailing canoe, Iosepa, takes to the water

Mike Foley | University Advancement | 30 May 2008

Children and trust in the Lord

Ryan Anderson | University Advancement | 30 May 2008

Timothy W RichardsonTimothy W. Richardson, Assistant Professor of International Cultural Studies, used examples from the lives of his eight children during his May 26 devotional address to encourage students “to exercise a little more trust in the Lord.”

Reflections on a BYU-Hawaii journey

Megan Smith | University Advancement | 29 May 2008