Record number of BYU-Idaho graduates

After another record-breaking number of graduates on April 9, BYU-Idaho continues to grow and develop as more and more students attend and graduate from the four-year university. During the commencement exercises, held in the BYU-Idaho Center on the university's campus in Rexburg, Elder Steven E. Snow of the Presidency of the Seventy shared with graduates ways to avoid stumbling blocks as they make their way into the world.

"As we contemplate the straight and narrow path that returns to the presence of our Heavenly Father, invariably that path will contain stumbling blocks which can, if ignored, become trials, even crises in our lives," Elder Snow said. "The adversary is very clever and has stumbling blocks in his arsenal we may not even have imagined. Therefore, it is important to be vigilant."

Elder Snow shared four specific stumbling blocks individuals should watch out for.

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