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This Week’s Devotional: Gathering Israel through temple service

“Anytime that you do anything for anybody on either side of the veil to make and keep sacred covenants you are participating in the gathering of Israel.”

Behind the organ

Across campus, organ emphases perform, go to class and live among other students.

Students prepare for upcoming devotional with Sister Marriott

Sister Neill F. Marriott, second counselor in the Young Women general presidency, will address students at devotional on Feb. 27 at BYU-Idaho Center.

Brother Baron speaks about the Holy Ghost and its ‘marvelous work’ at devotional

Brother Baron spoke of the power of the Holy Ghost and the miracles that are possible today because of its influence.

Elder Stevenson addresses the legacy of Presidents of the Church at Devotional

Elder Gary E. Stevenson addressed the legacy and succession of prophets in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints with BYU-Idaho students during the devotional at the BYU-Idaho Center.

Devo dates: spiritual or distracting?

Are devotional dates distracting from the spiritual message?

Experiencing devotional

Kathy Webb, the executive assistant to President Gilbert, shares the steps she has taken in her life to pursue happiness.

Nine things to know about Brother Castillow

Curtis Castillow is a religion department faculty member and he will be speaking at Tuesday’s devotional. Here are nine things you should know before you attend:

10 things to know about Brother Lawrence

Jonathon Lawrence is the University Relations Creative Services Manager, and he will be speaking at Tuesday’s devotional. Here are 10 things you should know before you attend:

Experiencing devotional

Robin Dunlop, a student financial aid advisor at BYU-Idaho, spoke at devotional about embracing changes when God redirects life plans. Dunlop said as a child...

Devotional with Darryl Foutz: Facing trials with fervor

Darryl Foutz, chair of the accounting department, expressed during devotional on June 21 how Heavenly Father intended our trials to be a part of our mortal existence.

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