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Class Information

Below are the date, time, location, and outline for this class.

Being Anxiously Engaged (Without Running Faster Than We Have Strength)

Taught by Rob Stewart

Sessions

Day Time Location
Friday, August 2 4 p.m. Taylor 120
Rob Stewart

Robert Stewart

Biography

Rob Stewart received his BA in Marriage, Family, and Human Development from Brigham Young University. He received his MBA from the University of Phoenix and is currently pursuing a doctorate degree focusing on Family, Consumer, and Human Development from Utah State University.

At the moment Stewart is the director of Online Operations at BYU-Idaho. In addition to working with Online Operations, Stewart teaches a marriage and family course on campus.

Stewart has been married to his wife, Carissa, for 15 years. Together they have five children.

In his spare time, Stewart enjoys spending time with family, running, playing golf, and reading.

Class Outline

In all aspects of our lives (home, work, family, community) we desire to be effective. With competing demands for our time, it can be difficult to consistently accomplish all that is required of us. In this class we will discuss principles that can assist us in prioritizing our time, maintaining our strength, and clarifying our perspective.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Appreciate the benefit of proper planning and necessary flexibility
  2. Recognize principles that will help each of us prioritize our time
  3. Acknowledge ways in which the Adversary will strive to have us misuse time
  4. Understand the critical need to avoid "running too fast"
  5. Remember the ongoing assistance of an eternal perspective