BYU-Idaho’s third Disciple-Leader Conference will take place in the Taylor Building Saturday, June 6.
The conference registration begins at 8:45 a.m., and the conference will take place from 9 to 2:30 p.m. Tickets can be purchased online or at the door. Lunch will be provided, according to the Disciple-Leader Web page.
Students who attend the conference can expect to be taught by both faculty and trained student-mentors about principles of becoming a disciple-leader, said Andrew White, the outreach coordinator of the Disciple-Leader Council who is a junior majoring in marriage and family studies.
“If students have a desire to re-focus their life on what’s most important and on the Savior, then the Disciple-Leader Conference is exactly the opportunity for them to do that,” said Erin McMahon, a member of the Disciple-Leader Council who is a junior studying communication.
The conference offers students an opportunity to listen to speakers, have discussions with student-mentors in breakout sessions and attend workshops, White said.
McMahon said this is the first conference that has given students the opportunity to attend workshops.
“A lot of the workshops are going to be dedicated to helping us know how to be a disciple-leader in temporal things,” she said.
McMahon said that she is excited for this conference and would advise students seeking revelation to attend.
“I just know that this conference can change lives. It may be just one day long, but it’s long enough to provide miracles,” she said.