A day in Salt Lake City served as an important reminder for Pathway employees
Last month, BYU-Pathway Worldwide employees attended the first all-team meeting at the
BYU-Pathway employees witnessed the power of gatherings
Once a week,
We discussed the strategic priorities of the remainder of 2017 and into the coming year. Among the discussion were the topics of establishing BYU-Pathway Worldwide as a new Church entity and strengthening retention of students as they continue in their online studies.
Frugality and Commitment are required to move the Lord’s work forward
President Gilbert led us to a small cabin near Temple Square and shared the touching story of
He also shared with us the familiar story of
These stories of frugality and commitment touched my heart, along with many of the employees, as we heard the words of our president. We each took upon ourselves the charge to do this work with full consecration and commitment, and we recognize the consecration and commitment that thousands of missionaries and students display in their pursuit of education.
Continuing the Lord’s work with consecrated hearts
At the conclusion of our meeting, Commissioner of the Church Education System and former BYU-Idaho President,
Employees departed with hearts and hands determined to continue the efforts in providing a quality education to Church members worldwide. Please know that the BYU-Pathway employees love the missionaries assigned to BYU-Pathway and pray that they may understand their key role in the program. Likewise, we pray for the students that their desire to learn may continue to grow and that their testimonies of the Savior will continue to expand.
Learn more about the purposes and initiatives of BYU-Pathway Worldwide at