Jason Reeder, a BYU-Idaho alumnus, reflects on his transformative journey from student to faculty member, and now serving as the chair of the Communication Department. Through his mantra of high expectations coupled with high love, Reeder inspires students to achieve success while nurturing their spiritual growth within the unique environment of BYU-Idaho.
BYU-Idaho offers help for all people who are struggling with math.
For the next five weeks the Wellness Center will host weekly dating workshops as well as workshops for married couples. The workshops are titled, “Dating: How to Follow Your Heart.”
BYU-Idaho will host a massive family home evening event called White Out next week.
The BYU-Idaho Financial Aid Office is hosting a question-and-answer session during the forum hour tomorrow for any students who would like to know how they can better utilize the office’s services.
BYU-Idaho professor shares his experiences as a patriarch for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Mike Sessions, a BYU-Idaho faculty member and patriarch for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, stresses the importance of spiritual readiness through daily scripture study, temple service, fasting, and prayer for giving and receiving patriarchal blessings. He encourages individuals to approach their blessings with reverence, viewing them as personal scripture, and emphasizes the equality of spiritual preparation regardless of one's specific role within the Church.
Sharon Eubank, director of Humanitarian Services for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, spoke in a forum at BYU-Idaho where she shared how humanitarian work has changed her life and how individuals can become involved in humanitarian efforts within their own communities.