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March 12, 2019

Josh Williams was born and raised in Mississippi, and the epitome of a classic southern boy. Growing up, he never gave much thought to pursuing a college degree. “It just wasn’t in my family or community culture,” he said. “I never saw it as a priority for me.” That is until he met Catherine Brett, […]

January 28, 2019

Finding Healing through PathwayConnect

How PathwayConnect helped Nandipha Xamane find healing through forgiveness

In January 2018, Nandipha Xamane and her husband separated after intense trials hit their marriage, leaving her with three boys to care for and a broken heart to mend. Lost and wounded, she pleaded for God to send her guidance during this trial. At church one Sunday, Pathway missionaries visited Nandipha’s local ward in Mdantsane, […]

January 1, 2019

It’s that time of year again. The time of year when the gym is filled to the brim on January 1 but disappointingly empty on January 2. The time when you promise yourself that you will read that book that’s been on the shelf for two years, or learn to play the guitar that has […]

December 17, 2018

Merry Christmas from BYU-Pathway Worldwide

Turn to Christ for the strength you need to finish the semester

Joy to the world, the Lord is come; Let earth receive her King! Let ev’ry heart prepare him room1 As you prepare to finish the semester and celebrate the birth of our Savior, Jesus Christ, this Christmas season, BYU-Pathway Worldwide President Clark G. Gilbert and his wife, Christine, send their love and encourage you to […]

December 10, 2018

On Campus or Online?

4 key factors to consider when deciding between an online or an on-campus degree

The digital age has made people more open to new ways of doing things—whether that be online shopping, online dating, or online education. The digital experience is designed to make our lives easier. One digital advancement that has gained a lot of popularity in recent years is online education. Some of the reasons for this […]

December 4, 2018

74 And Still Learning

PathwayConnect helped Mary Copeland, at age 74, overcome her fears and realize the power of working together

Panic set in long before I had set my GPS for the church building in Olympia, Washington. What had I been thinking when I signed up for PathwayConnect? I was completely out of my mind, returning to school at 74. Why had I committed to driving an hour and a half each way to gather […]

November 28, 2018

Through The Eyes of A Speaking Partner

Doug Watson shares his experience as a speaking partner for PathwayConnect

BYU-Pathway Worldwide offers a unique volunteer program that partners fluent English-speaking mentors with non-native English-speaking PathwayConnect students to help develop English skills. They practice English conversation skills by meeting for 30 minutes once a week for 12 consecutive weeks. At a BYU-Idaho devotional, Doug Watson, the school’s Facilities Management Services director, shared how his experience […]