Radio Free Mormon: 076: Spying For The Lord

Todays Episode of Radio Free Mormon has RFM reaching out personally to the Strengthening Church Members Committee.  You heard that right.  RFM picked up the phone and called Elder Dyches of the Seventy and a member of the strengthening Church Members Committee to see what they might tell him about his file there and what the Church had on him.  In the end this secret organization told RFM way more than they got about its anonymous caller on the other end of their line.  This episode also features the closing song by Weird Alma


8 thoughts on “Radio Free Mormon: 076: Spying For The Lord

  1. Was expecting “Somebody’s Watching Me” by Rockwell as an outro, but the Weird Alma song is great.

  2. RFM has painted the church into a corner and the church has no defense against the truth. Will they excommunicate the hundred of thousands who are members of the church but know the church leaders have not received a revelation from God in the last 100 plus years? The best thing the church can do is just keep building their ugly buildings all over the world waiting for God to appear again and lead them once more. They are getting more desperate by the minute. Weird Alma has a hit song once again.

  3. What a story RFM! The more I learn about Mormonism the more I realize that it is a cult, something I never thought I would say of the church I grew up in.

    Thank you for introducing me to Weird Alma!

  4. I’m sure the only reason this secretive committee was so open with you RFM was to confirm your identity. I’m sure they are reasonably certain of your name but are too cautious to initiate a disciplinary council until they are certain. A very good move on your part if you want to avoid that kangaroo court. You followed Horace Rumpole’s advice of never confessing.

  5. My thoughts exactly, Nancy!

    Thanks for listening!


  6. This episode totally rocked!! We were up and dancing during the ending song. Thank you for all your work.

  7. The SCMC existed long before the letter that comprised Section 123. As D. Michael Quinn revealed, a lot of the “persecution” in Missouri was actually retaliation against church members for the actions of the Danites (the original and still a common name for the SCMC).

    When David Whitmer called out the church for harboring secret combinations, he had to flee for his life. And, as we all know, the history is written by the victors, so of course the church paints itself as the eternal victim in Missouri and Nauvoo.

    I helped write a book on calling out the Utah cult as the Book of Mormon’s “great and abominable” church, but have yet to hear anything regarding disciplinary action, primarily because I have publicly told the LDS corporation, “You have no authority over me. I burned my temple recommend and garments. I renounced the idolatrous blood oaths made in the masonic lodges you pretend are temples of God. I removed my own records from the ward boundaries I was in at the time. You placed them back without my permission. I do not sustain that ward’s bishop. I do not sustain the local or general authorities. You have no power over me.”

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