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It was so fun performing at tonight! The energy was incredible... I mean just look at how loud y’all were in this video. 😉 Thank you for having me!! If you were there can you spot yourself??  
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BYU-Idaho Feb 23
Did you know? Last year, BYU-Idaho Mail Services processed around 255,000 pieces of incoming mail, and sent out about 318,000 pieces from the university. With a team of just six employees, how do they do it? Follow the link below to find out!
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BYU-Idaho Feb 21
A number of remodeling projects have been recently completed on campus. Visit the link below for more pictures and to learn how BYU-Idaho is repurposing space to meet the needs of its students.
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BYU-Idaho Feb 20
Watch today's highlight to review the challenge Jackie Nygaard gave us at devotional today.
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BYU-Idaho Feb 20
What can you do to make repetition in your life more iterative?
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BYU-Idaho Feb 20
As we all take action, we will move closer to becoming the disciples of Jesus Christ we hope to become. –Jackie Nygaard
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BYU-Idaho Feb 20
How we approach repetition matters for the disciples of Jesus Christ we aim to become. Simple repetition is important but iteration can accelerate growth, help us continually learn, and produce greater beauty and understanding. –Jackie Nygaard
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BYU-Idaho Feb 20
God remembers me, even in my weakness. –Jackie Nygaard
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BYU-Idaho Feb 20
Iteration is not just about growth, but about learning from failure and increasing precision. –Jackie Nygaard
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BYU-Idaho Feb 20
I feel certain that if, in our homes, parents will read from the Book of Mormon prayerfully and regularly, both by themselves and with their children, the spirit of that great book will come to permeate our homes and all who dwell therein. –Marion G. Romney
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BYU-Idaho Feb 20
Exercising faith, repenting, partaking of the sacrament, and receiving the gift of the Holy Ghost is repetitive by divine design. But how we approach the repetition seems to be important. –Jackie Nygaard
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BYU-Idaho Feb 20
The doctrine of Christ—faith, repentance, baptism, and receiving the Holy Ghost—is not intended to be experienced as a one-time event. –
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BYU-Idaho Feb 20
As we puzzle our way through life, how do we make sure the repetition in our lives serves us as a law of learning rather than merely being vain repetition? –Jackie Nygaard
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BYU-Idaho Feb 20
In keeping our covenants and puzzling through this life in a spirit of obedience, there are two important elements that need to come together—repetition and thinking. –Jackie Nygaard
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BYU-Idaho Feb 20
You can listen to Jackie Nygaard’s address live at .
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BYU-Idaho Feb 20
Jackie Nygaard, Mathematics Department Chair, will be giving today’s address. Follow for live tweets.
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BYU-Idaho Feb 13
In today's , Academic Vice President Kelly Burgener discussed how we can be instruments in the Lord's hands.
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BYU-Idaho Feb 13
The Lord meets the needs of His children through His children, His imperfect children: you and me! –Kelly Burgener
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BYU-Idaho Feb 13
The Savior and the Holy Spirit are very real forces today. Daily They mentor, lift burdens, and actively bless, just as in the days when the Savior lived and walked upon this earth. –Kelly Burgener
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BYU-Idaho Feb 13
The Spirit is the most sure mentor and He will always tell you the truth, the precise truth, the truth you most need to hear! –Kelly Burgener
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