General Women's Session: Test your knowledge of the Relief Society, Young Women and Primary organizations

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In celebration of this weekend's General Women's Meeting of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, we have compiled this quiz of 11 questions to test your knowledge of the Relief Society, Young Women and Primary organizations of the church.

Sources: Daughters of My Kingdom; LDS.org, Deseretnews.com.

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Red Corvette
St. George, UT

Test your knowledge of Fanny Alger and Helen Mar Kimball while you are at it. Zina Diantha Huntington Jacobs and Sarah Ann Whitney are quite interesting too. Ann Eliza Webb is my favorite.



We LDS are under covenants with God. To be moral human beings & love our neighbor.

Satan tries/successfully to block us from honoring our covenants with self-deception & flawed logic.
Why else would LDS attorneys/even LDS Leaders who are / were attorneys fail to honor their code of conduct.
They knowing bribery is wrong.
& having logical proof that would make ending Corp. Bribery a provable crime without any new laws?
Satan has been protecting status quo.
Ask any attorney for their opinion on this filed in Fed & Utah Supreme Courts: & they won't respond.

Corporate political contributions are not lawful: violate state & federal bribery statutes because of:
"Corporate Mission Laws/Justification of Spending"
that protect share holder's funds
(from Fraud/Embezzlement); funds must be spent on profit, potential profit or humanitarian expenditures only. So intent cannot be freedom of speech but seeking influence for profit......
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If you believe that corporate contributions (under corporate mission laws) are lawful................
Sign here:
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BRIBERY: The offering, giving, receiving, or soliciting of something of value for the purpose of influencing the action of an official in the discharge of his or her public or legal duties

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