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President Gilbert and President Uchtdorf both referenced BYU-I’s pioneer ancestry and encouraged students and faculty to remember and honor that heritage.
“Regardless of its origin, the pioneer’s heart was held in this valley for such a time as this when the Lord would significantly expand His educational gathering across the Church,” President Gilbert said.
President Uchtdorf said BYU-I and the other CES schools must prepare for further worldwide growth in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and the resulting educational needs.
“As Elder David A. Bednar has said, ‘The creation of BYU-Idaho is one of the most important educational events in the Restoration,'” President Gilbert said.
He said the students at BYU-I must understand the importance of moral agency and must learn to act, rather than be acted upon.
“BYU-Idaho’s influence on the world will continue unabated through the lives and impact of its graduates,” President Gilbert said.
President Uchtdorf said the overriding objective of BYU-I must be to lead the minds of youth in the discovery of unchanging principles, which are given to God’s children for their blessing and happiness.
“As President Hinckley once said, ‘(BYU-Idaho) represents an important part of the overall responsibility of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to assist the Almighty in bringing to pass His work and His glory, in leading His children to immortality and eternal life,'” President Uchtdorf said.