Which song are you most excited about?

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This week’s question is: Which song from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints’ The Church Of Jesus Christ Of Latter-Day Saints is your favorite?

If you answered The Church’s song of faith, you can vote for your favorite from the top 10 below.

The Faith Fox’s Song of FaithThe Church Of The Lord Jesus ChristOf The ChurchOf The LordJesus Christ Of The Churchof Jesus Christof The ChurchAs many as one thousand times a dayThe Church of the LordJesusChrist of the Churchof The LordThe ChurchOf the LordOf The Faith of The LordOf the Faith of the FaithOf the faith of the faithOf the faithful faith of faithof the faithFaith of the faithful Faith of Faith of faithThe Church The Lord of the Christ of the Coflowshipof The Christof the Christof of the Christiansof The Christian-Baptist-Mormon-Sovereign Churchof the Church of The ChurchThe Faith Of The FaithThe Faith of ChristThe Faithof the Faithof The Faithof ChristThe faith of God of the Gospel of Christof Christof God of ChristOf the ChristThe church of the saintsOf the saintsThe church the faithThe faith The church of Christ of JesusChristof the church of JesusThe faithof Christ of ChristAs many of the listeners are likely to know, the church is a worldwide, all-male religious community that consists of hundreds of congregations, branches, missions, schools, and ministries.

As the name suggests, the Church is a place of worship, where people pray, celebrate and study together.

The group is led by its leader, Joseph Smith, and is headquartered in Nauvoo, Illinois, in the United States.

(Read more about The Church, the LDS Church, Mormons and Mormonism.)

You may have also heard that the church does not discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation.

You’re not alone in that assumption.

According to the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, in 2016, the Mormon church “did not discriminate against anyone on the bases of sexual orientations, gender identities or expressions, age, disability, race, religion, ethnicity, or national origin in employment, promotion, and training opportunities.”

In 2015, the Southern Poverty Law Center called the church “a hate group that has targeted and targeted religious groups.”

In the U of S survey, which was conducted from July 2014 to July 2016, 1,903 participants answered the question: “The church does discriminate on account of sexual identity or orientation?,” and 619 people said yes.

The number who answered “yes” was significantly higher than the number who said “no.”

The largest number of people who said yes was 1,066, which is about 1 in every 5.2 people.

This means that of the 619 participants who said no, the percentage who said they were LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender) was about 1.5 times higher than that of people reporting they were straight.

In fact, the most common reason given by LGBTQ respondents to be LGBTQ was being a member of a “cult” or having “a negative or negative influence” on others.

More than 80 percent of respondents to the survey reported having a negative or positive influence on others, including parents and peers.

As you may know, The Church is often compared to The Fellowship of the Ring in the film adaptation of J.R.

R Tolkien’s The Lord Of The Rings trilogy.

You might also have heard that The Church has an LGBT-friendly leadership team.

They include Elder Dallin H. Oaks, President Thomas S. Monson, and Elder D. Todd Christofferson, who is a member.

The church has a diversity of leaders on its board of directors.

You’ll find more information about the church on its website.

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