August 14, 2018 BYU-Idaho devotional speaker is Sister Amy Staiger, a career and academic advisor at BYU-Idaho. She talked about living a life of faith, finding inspiration from family history, and the power of forgiveness.
Sister Amy Staiger talks with BYU-Idaho Radio about living a life of faith, finding inspiration from family history, and a lesson about the power of forgiveness from Ray Bradbury's The Martian Chronicles.
Al Fox Carraway is a blogger, an award-winning public speaker, and an author. Between her book-signing and her devotional talk at the conclusion of Education Week, she talked to BYU-Idaho Radio about her most recent book, Cheers to Eternity.
Br. Spencer Allen, the A/V Services Coordinator and Teleprompting Operator at the university, talks with BYU-Idaho Radio about the will and timing of God. He is usually the man behind the scenes during devotional, but today he is the speaker.
Lexi Walker is a singer, song writer, and a recording artist, all before the age of 18. She is best known for her performances with Kristen Chenoweth, The Piano Guys, and Lindsay Stirling.She talks to BYU-Idaho Radio about her most recent album "Inspire," and the meaning behind her songs, Tiny Voice, and Once More.…
Hot weather and a little bit of wind are perfect conditions for a wildfire. Fire managers say they've seen too many human-caused fires this season. They're preventable in most cases. Photo: A firefighter works to put out flames during the lightning-caused Grassy Ridge Fire near Dubois.
BYU-Idaho Radio hosts talk about this year's FIFA World Cup so far and what to look forward to in the final match. Also a special guest interview with former student reporter, Johan Sanchez, who took a trip to Russia for the tournament.
BYU-Idaho’s devotional speaker on July 10 was Bryce Mecham, the Chair of the Music Department at BYU-Idaho. The title of his talk was “Publicans, Centurions, and Samaritans: Developing Charity for the Other.”
BYU-Idaho presents the Patriots and Pioneers Concert featuring Dallyn Bayles. Student reporter David Payne spoke with Bayles and Dr. Randall Kempton from the music department at BYU-Idaho about the event.