Best quorum podcasts we could find (Updated December 2017)
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Quorum Call
Weekly
 
No one knows Capitol Hill and the corridors of Washington power like National Journal, and now NJ brings you Quorum Call—a weekly podcast on Congress, policy, and politics. Hosted by National Journal's veteran reporting team, new episodes of Quorum Call will be available every Monday.
 
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Galactica Quorum
Rare
 
The Galactica Quorum discusses all aspects of the Sci-Fi channel series Battlestar Galactica in a casual roundtable format. Light-hearted and at times irreverent, the Quorum dishes out analysis and speculation about each episode and the current season.
 
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Lauter Day Brewer's Brewer's Quorum
 
The lord's favorite homebrew club.
 
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Geek Quorum
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The Geek Quorum covers a wide range of Science Fiction and tech topics, including movies, TV, gaming, gadgets and books. Light-hearted and at times irreverent, the Quorum dishes out reviews and analysis in a casual roundtable format.
 
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Investment Quorum
Monthly+
 
Podcast by Investment Quorum
 
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Three's A Quorum
Monthly+
 
This is the tumblr we use to feed our podcast. That’s all that happens here. For our actual tumblr, go here: http://3aq.tumblr.com/
 
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Quorum Sensing in Plant Associated Bacteria
 
Quorum Sensing in Plant Associated Bacteria
 
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Teachings of Presidents of the Church
Monthly+
 
A podcast focused around the LDS manuals for EQ and RS
 
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Elders—Leadership Training Library | HD | ENGLISH
 
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
 
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Anciens—Bibliothèque de formation des dirigeants | HD | FRENCH
 
Église de Jésus-Christ des Saints des Derniers Jours
 
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Seminary Centennial Podcast | SD | ENGLISH
 
Commemorating 100 Years of Seminary with President Boyd K. Packer of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles
 
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Innovation LabCast
Monthly
 
What began as a means of documenting the development of the OLC Innovation Lab (an exploratory installation built around design thinking at the 2016 OLC Accelerate Conference), the Innovation LabCast serves as a weekly quorum for three compadres and education tech practitioners to talk shop and predict the future. And drink bourbon. So much bourbon.The Innovation Labcast records weekly on Wednesdays at 9:00PM ET. Listen live and hit us up on Twitter with the hashtag #innovationlabcast so tha ...
 
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In chapter 7 I addressed the schedule for church every Sunday. On top of those three hours, Mormons typically have activities throughout the week, especially for the teenagers. Every week, typically on Tuesday or Wednesday nights, all the youth will go to the church for what is called Mutual. I'm not exactly sure why they call it that, and I ac ...…
 
KSL Newsradio's Becky Bruce takes a look back at the life and legacy of Elder Robert D. Hales of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, a member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles. A native of New York, the LDS apostle played baseball and served as a fighter pilot before his successful career in business and eventual calling to serv ...…
 
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Mormon Discussion Podcast: Leading With Faith
 
Elder Oaks gave a talk this past week that raises for me several questions. Here are the things he seemed to have said and my questions that follow. Remember it is Elder Oaks himself who stated that “Questions are honored” and so I hope you will do just that by taking them seriously. Also, Elder Ballard said gone are the days when we bear testi ...…
 
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Mormon Discussion Podcast: Leading With Faith
 
Elder Oaks gave a talk this past week that raises for me several questions. Here are the things he seemed to have said and my questions that follow. Remember it is Elder Oaks himself who stated that “Questions are honored” and so I hope you will do just that by taking them seriously. Also, Elder Ballard said gone are the days when we bear testi ...…
 
What is LeadingLDS?You can read more about LeadingLDS on our ABOUT PAGE, but in short, LeadingLDS is a non-profit (501c3) organization that is striving to help lay leader enhance their ability and capacity as leaders. Simply put, we help leader say, "I know what to do!" As many of you probably know, when you are called to lay leadership in the ...…
 
What is LeadingLDS? You can read more about LeadingLDS on our ABOUT PAGE, but in short, LeadingLDS is a non-profit (501c3) organization that is striving to help lay leader enhance their ability and capacity as leaders. Simply put, we help leader say, “I know what to do!” As many of you probably know, when you are called to lay leadership in the ...…
 
Episode #8 of the Apex Roundup Podcast. It’s the “Human Trafficking” special. “Unbridled” deals with the recovery of victims of Human Trafficking through horsemanship Intro In this episode, I’ve rounded up for you… Part 1 of my interview with Whitney Ludlow, Human Trafficking Freedom Fighter, Old News from the Western Wake Herald on August 15, ...…
 
Rituals such as the sacrament, baptism, and going to the temple are very important in the life of a Mormon. But before any of these things can happen, one needs to pass a what is often referred to as a worthiness interview. These interviews are conducted by the bishop and he asks you a series of questions to gauge your worthiness to perform the ...…
 
On 25 August, the Church announced a new plan for Relief Society and Priesthood meetings to begin January 2018. Instead of focusing two weeks each month on lessons drawn from a teachings of the prophets manual (this year studying President Gordon B. Hinckley), those two weeks will focus on recent conference addresses, but will allow each indivi ...…
 
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Mormon Discussion Podcast: Leading With Faith
 
Today we delve into Part 2 regarding the process by which Apostles became the ruling body in the LDS Church. The different leadership bodies, who had a higher authority and stewardship, what happened at Joseph Smith’s death, who he had appointed as his successor, and how the Quorum of the twelve removed every other possible contender to take le ...…
 
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Mormon Discussion Podcast: Leading With Faith
 
Today we delve into the process by which Apostles became the ruling body in the LDS Church. The different leadership bodies, who had a higher authority and stewardship, what happened at Joseph Smith’s death, who he had appointed as his successor, and how the Quorum of the twelve removed every other possible contender to take leadership upon Jos ...…
 
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KUAR's Week In Review Podcast
 
Lawyers for the American Civil Liberties Union and the Center for Reproductive Rights spar with lawyers for the state of Arkansas as they present their first formal arguments in court over a lawsuit challenging four abortion laws passed by the legislature this year.By chrishickey@kuar.org (Chris Hickey).
 
[Mike Ward is on special assignment, traveling to Washington this week so Scott tackled the podcast duties solo today.] It’s official: Governor Greg Abbott announced his re-election campaign just after 3 p.m. today in San Antonio, where he also announced his first gubernatorial campaign exactly four years ago. As of yet, Abbott is facing no ser ...…
 
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Naked Mormonism Podcast
 
On this week’s episode, we jump right into the latter part of 1839 with the quorum of the Twelve petitioning Jo to release the copyright on the Book of Mormon to begin printing the 1840 edition. The Times and Season church periodical begins circulating, and Jo finally departs for Washington D.C. to speak with the POTUS about helping the Mormon ...…
 
We learn from the Fifth Article of Faith and from the Church Handbooks that "a person must be called of God to serve in the Church." Notice the preposition is “called of God,” not called by God. It's easy for leaders to assume that God has a calling board in heaven on the wall of His office covered with magnetic pictures of each person in your ...…
 
We learn from the Fifth Article of Faith and from the Church Handbooks that “a person must be called of God to serve in the Church.” Notice the preposition is “called of God,” not called by God. It’s easy for leaders to assume that God has a calling board in heaven on the wall of His office covered with magnetic pictures of each person in your ...…
 
We discuss the next steps for the Senate GOP's health care bill, whether the House is any closer to passing a budget, and why Senate retirements are down so far in the 2018 election cycle.
 
Fresh off the long holiday weekend, it appears the reset button has been pushed on the upcoming special session of the Texas Legislature. Mike Ward is on assignment this week so Quorum Report Editor Scott Braddock welcomed journalist Erica Grieder to the Texas Take Podcast. Grieder's work appears in The Week and The Economist, among other publi ...…
 
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Naked Mormonism Podcast
 
On this week’s episode, we cover June and early July 1839. Jo was signing land purchase agreements faster than he could tour the landscape to see if the sale was a good deal or not. He names a new town to be built under the banner of Zarahemla and continues to visit a bunch of Mormons to set straight the record of how the BoM came to be. The qu ...…
 
Is Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick really the Conservative North Star of Texas Politics? That's what a confidant, Houston Sen. Paul Bettencourt, told a group of pastors, explaining that the Senate's presiding officer "doesn't change. He doesn't move. Every night, you get up and he's right there." Bettencourt was explaining how the solidly conservative Sen ...…
 
This week, we break down the politics and policy of the Senate GOP's health care plan: how it differs from the House version, what it will take for skeptical senators to get to "yes," and whether leadership will hold a vote before the July 4 recess.
 
Kate Holbrook is the managing historian for Women’s History at the Church History Department of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Kate is co-editor of two books, The First Fifty Years of Relief Society, and At The Pulpit, 185 years of Discourses by Latter-Day Saint Women. Before working for the church Kate served a mission in Rus ...…
 
Kate Holbrook is the managing historian for Women’s History at the Church History Department of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Kate is co-editor of two books, The First Fifty Years of Relief Society, and At The Pulpit, 185 years of Discourses by Latter-Day Saint Women. Before working for the church Kate served a mission in Rus ...…
 
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Engaging Gospel Doctrine (Mormon Sunday School - LDS)
 
Priesthood: “The Power of Godliness” The concept of priesthood is central to the LDS faith, but what *is* it exactly? Priesthood is the presence and power of God, manifest on earth. I break it down into Presence of God Power of God Authority of God How do each of us experience these elements of divinity? And how does the experience differ for m ...…
 
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Engaging Gospel Doctrine (Mormon Sunday School - LDS)
 
Priesthood: “The Power of Godliness” The concept of priesthood is central to the LDS faith, but what *is* it exactly? Priesthood is the presence and power of God, manifest on earth. I break it down into Presence of God Power of God Authority of God How do each of us experience these elements of divinity? And how does the experience differ for m ...…
 
If the Texas political fight of the week was most recently in Austin, it's now moved to Washington. U.S. Senate. John Cornyn of Texas has pushed ahead on a GOP Senate plan to dump Obamacare, and Democrats have all jumped ship, saying it was hatched in secret and, essentially, sucks. The Senate's leading Democrat, Charles Schumer of New York, in ...…
 
We break down the results of the special election in Georgia's Sixth Congressional District, and what they mean for control of the House of Representatives.
 
Jed Woodworth works in the Church History Department of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He is also the author of the Revelations in Context essay on Section 89 […] The post Episode 41: The Word of Wisdom with Jed Woodworth appeared first on LDS Perspectives Podcast.
 
Jed Woodworth works in the Church History Department of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He is also the author of the Revelations in Context essay on Section 89 […] The post Episode 41: The Word of Wisdom with Jed Woodworth appeared first on LDS Perspectives Podcast.
 
Published on 09 Jun 2017. Our little quorum this week, which included Indy Guha from Bain Capital Ventures, dove into critical stories, including Pinterest's new capital event which saw the firm bring in a comparatively modest sum for a comparatively modest valuation bump; Snap's purchase of Placed to, in the words of TechCrunch's Josh Constine ...…
 
Die Lunae (12.6.) in eo erat, ut regimen Finlandiae caderet. Causa et origo huius rei erat conventus factionis Finnorum fundamentalium in urbe Jyväskylä habitus. Ibi enim duces partium omnino permutati sunt, cum praeses electus est Jussi Halla-aho et vicepraesides tres fautores eius creati sunt. Constabat victores suffragii de multis rebus alit ...…
 
House Speaker Joe Straus seems sick and tired of it all. After months of critical swipes from Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick at him and his legislative chamber, and a week after Gov. Greg Abbott said lawmakers will be lazy if they don't pass all 20 of his agenda items in a special legislative session starting July 18, the normally reserved Straus has res ...…
 
In 1841 in Nauvoo, Illinois, Joseph Smith began to secretly teach that Old Testament polygamy as practiced by Abraham, Jacob, and Moses was to be restored. It appears he first taught devout followers and then members of the Church’s highest leadership quorum. Before his death on June 27, 1844, 115 men and women had entered into plural unions, a ...…
 
We discuss the next steps in the Russia investigations, the White House's slow pace for putting forth nominees at top federal agency posts, and the Senate GOP divide on health care.
 
Our little quorum this week, which included Indy Guha from Bain Capital Ventures, dove into critical stories, including Pinterest's new capital event which saw the firm bring in a comparatively modest sum for a comparatively modest valuation bump; Snap's purchase of Placed to, in the words of TechCrunch's Josh Constine "prove geofilters drive s ...…
 
On July 18, the Texas Legislature will be back to finish its business -- and then some. And if they don't pass all 20 items that Gov. Greg Abbott has put on the agenda for a special session, then they'll just be lazy. In an interview on a Lubbock radio show, the governor ramped up the pressure for lawmakers to approve the conservative and contr ...…
 
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The Cultural Hall Podcast
 
President Howard W. Hunter quoted by The Atlantic in article on Six-Day War and religion It’s a rare occasion to see a Latter-day Saint prophet cited in The Atlantic. But in the article “How the Six-Day War Transformed Religion,” President Howard W. Hunter, then of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day S ...…
 
As House Speaker Joe Straus gaveled his chamber to adjournment, he acknowledged that the end of the 140-day legislative session had been, well, a bit exciting. And he wished members the best until he sees them again, "which, like you, I hope won't be anytime soon." Exciting was probably an understatement. On the last day, Senate and House leade ...…
 
We discuss Senate Republicans' efforts to draft a health care bill that's different from the House's, Greg Gianforte emerging victory in Montana after body slamming a reporter, and how to correctly pronounce "covfefe."
 
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