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Every Tuesday afternoon, students and employees assemble in the BYU-Idaho Center for devotional. In these worship services, students and employees come together to hear words of counsel and inspiration from a variety of specially selected speakers.
Elder Kim B. Clark and Sister Sue Clark President of BYU-Idaho
From these experiences, and from many others, we have learned that the pattern of holiness the Lord has given us helps us overcome the effects of pain and suffering. Here are the lessons:
Elder L. Tom Perry
Quorum of the Twelve Apostles
Please remember that when you graduate and leave this great institution you are marked for life as both a graduate of BYU-Idaho and a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. In effect, you leave here as representatives of Jesus Christ and His Church.
Chair, BYU-Idaho Department of Religious Education
Faith is a decision. It is a choice to act on what we have been taught and we know to be right even when we don’t feel like it
Brother Don H. Staheli
Secretary to the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles
This life is about learning principles. Principles are the fundamental truths that make up our system of belief and behavior. They do not change with the winds of social convention or personal style.
Elder Lance B. Wickman
Emeritus Member, First Quorum of the Seventy
I have learned this one lesson above all others: there is no easy way up the cliff! Remember always this lesson of life—in opposition there is opportunity! Seize it!