In her recent BYU devotional, associate Law School dean Carolina Núñez shared how we can better love our prójimos, or neighbors, even those who are completely different than us. "The Samaritan made space in his life, both physical and mental, for the injured man and got close to him," she said. "This was not abstract compassion. It was concrete. This was not arm’s length love. This was an embrace." Enjoy a highlight reel or watch the full address.
New research from BYU family life professor Laura Padilla-Walker shows it's not enough for parents to have just one generic conversation with their teens about sex. A decade-long BYU study of 468 teens and their parents finds that ongoing communication about sex leads to long-term benefits.