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    Why We Are Organized into Quorums and Relief Societies

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    By Julie B. Beck Julie B. Beck, "Why We Are Organized into Quorums and Relief ... Inc.  Why We Are Organized into Quorums and Relief Societies Julie B. Beck Julie B. Beck served ... ideas about why we are organized into quorums and Relief Societies. Although this is probably an unusual ...

    From RE 14, no. 1 (2013) of The Religious Educator

    7. Early Quorums of the Seventies

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    Susan Easton Black, “Early Quorums of the Seventies,” in A Firm Foundation: Church Organization ... University; Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 2011), 139–60. Early Quorums of the Seventies Susan Easton Black ... of the Church. In this paper, read of the early beginnings, the vision, and purpose of the first quorums ...

    From A Firm Foundation

    Lengths of Service for the First Presidency and the Quorum of the Twelve

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    Michael D. Taylor, "Lengths of Service for the First Presidency and the Quorum ... Presidency and the Quorum of the Twelve Michael D. Taylor Michael D. Taylor,   M.D., ... of the Church since March 1995, and no changes in the membership of the First Presidency or the Quorum ...

    From Volume 4 Number 3, 2003 of The Religious Educator

    Exalt Not Yourselves: The Revelations and Thomas B. Marsh, An Object Lesson For Our Day

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    the historical setting for several revelations related to the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles in 1837 and 1838, ... lives. What follows is a chapter in the early history of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles ... as an Apostle and as President of the first Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, stood before the Saints for the first ...

    The Restoration of All Things: What the Doctrine and Covenants Says

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    of these activities reside in the keys held by the First Presidency and the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles. What does ... to the Aaronic Priesthood, that the bishop presides over the quorum of priests, and that he holds the keys ... and political dimensions. Duties of the various priesthood offices, quorums, and councils are made known ...

    Kirtland Bibliography

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    House of the Lord.” Saints Herald (9 March 1953): 8–9, 17. Black, Harvey B. Seventy Quorum Membership, 1835–1846: An Annotated Index of Over 3,500 Seventies Organized into the First Thirty-Five Quorums ... Backman Jr., eds. Kirtland Elders’ Quorum Record, 1836–1841. Distinctive Mormon Documents Series. Provo, ...

    From Kirtland, Ohio: A Guide to Family History and Historical Sources

    26. The Seventies’ Role in Worldwide Church Administration

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    in the millions and were scattered around the world. The Church was to be headed by three presiding quorums ... there was only one quorum of Seventy, but as the Church continued to grow, additional quorums were organized throughout the stakes. Eventually, these quorums numbered in the hundreds. Still, they were regarded ...

    From A Firm Foundation

    “These Are [Your] Days”

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    Neal A. Maxwell, “These Are [Your] Days,” in Religious Educator 3, no. 1 (2002): 1–7. Elder Neal A. Maxwell, Quorum of the Twelve Apostles. Portrait of Elder Neal A. Maxwell. by Intellectual ... was a member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles when this was published. After reciting a litany of social ...

    From RE 3, no. 1 (2002) of The Religious Educator

    Family History: An Interview with Elder D. Todd Christofferson

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    of the First Quorum of the Seventy and currently serves in the Presidency of the Seventy. For the past six ... of the Church. At the end of July 2004, Elder Marlin K. Jensen of the First Quorum of the Seventy replaced Elder ...

    From RE 6, no. 2 (2005) of The Religious Educator

    The Longevity of Our Leaders

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    being made in either the Quorum of the First Presidency or the Quorum of the Twelve? Answer : The longest period of time that has elapsed without a change in the First Presidency or the Quorum of the Twelve is nine years and three months. Henry B. Eyring was sustained as a member of the Quorum ...

    From Volume 8 Number 2, 2007 of The Religious Educator

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