Samuel Clay, a faculty member in the Psychology Department at BYU-Idaho, spoke to the campus about nurturing each other along the path of perfection.
Brother Clay is a convert to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He says he joined the Church after he graduated high school. In his talk he described what led to his conversion and the process of change that has happened since he joined the Church. He says he is grateful for the help of family members, friends and members of the Church who have helped him on his path to perfection.
“I testify that we need each other, that we need responsibilities, that we need to be nurtured with the good word of God, as President Hinckley taught; and most importantly, we need the Savior’s atonement, while we deal with life’s challenges as we seek to become more like the Savior and Our Heavenly Father.”