Curtis Castillow

Curtis Castillow

Religious Education Faculty Member

Curtis Castillow was raised in Glendale, Arizona where he grew up on a small farm.  As a child, he competed in junior rodeo riding steers and bulls. Playing bass guitar in a country band was a big part of his life until he converted to the gospel at age 21.

Following his conversion, he served in the Washington Seattle Mission.  

In addition to earning a bachelor's degree in Psychology from BYU-Idaho, he earned a master's degree and PhD in Instructional Technology and Learning Science from Utah State University.

Brother Castillow currently works as a religion professor here at BYU-Idaho.  

He and his wife Heather are the parents of five children. He loves reading, learning, fly fishing, and eating rocky road ice cream. 

Spiritual Preparation

We invite you to study and ponder on the scriptures and other preparation resources below previous to attending devotional. As you come spiritually prepared the Spirit will have greater power to inspire you, teach you, and to testify to you of the truthfulness of the principles that will be taught.