- Front Matter
- “I Am the Bread of Life”
- Insights from the CES Commissioner
- Elevate Learning Experiences in Institute: A Global Perspective
- BYU–Idaho Pathway: A Gateway to Global Church Education
- Critical Thinking in Religious Education
- Understanding the House of the Lord: A Study of Holy Places in Scripture
- Seminary and Institute Recognition Pins
- Helping Female Students Rise to Their Spiritual Privileges
- Stopping the Stigma: Lessons from Early Returned Missionaries
- “The Calamity That Should Come”
- Review of Mormons in the Piazza: History of the Latter-day Saints in Italy
- Review of Council of Fifty, Minutes, March 1844–1846, Volume 1 of the Administrative Records Series of The Joseph Smith Papers
To those who asked Jesus, “Our fathers did eat manna in the desert, can you give us bread from heaven to eat?” Jesus replied, “My Father giveth . . . true bread from heaven.” “I am the bread of life.”
By writing down what is learned, students are able to better recall the concepts when they need them.
Returning early helped them grow and by enduring the challenges they faced, they chose to be refined by their experience rather than defined by it.