Mission President

Mission President. Head of missionaries in a particular area who works with local bishops and meets regularly with stake presidents to coordinate missionary efforts. While he is not officially paid or pays taxes on his expenses, we estimated in 2013 tht the total worth of his package begins at $100,000 per year, tax- and tithe-free. For more information, see here.

Apostles
“Even those in the celestial kingdom, however, who do not go on to exaltation, will have immortality only and not eternal life. Along with those of the telestial and terrestrial worlds they will be ‘ministering servants, to minister for those who are worthy of a far more, and an exceeding, and an eternal weight of glory.’ They will live ‘separately and singly’ in an unmarried state ‘without exaltation, in their saved condition, to all eternity’” (Bruce R. McConkie, Mormon Doctrine, 1966, p. 670).
Seventies
“‘In the celestial glory there are three heavens or degrees: and in order to obtain the highest, a man must enter into this order of the Priesthood (meaning the new and everlasting covenant of marriage).’ If men and women obey all the other laws of the Gospel except that of celestial marriage, they ‘are appointed angels in heaven, which angels are ministering servants, to minister for those who are worthy of a far more, and an exceeding, and an eternal weight of glory’” (Milton R. Hunter, The Gospel through the Ages, pp. 119-120).
Other Sources
“I tell others, many of them, the difference between civil marriage and celestial or temple marriage is the difference between slavery and godhood for eternity. The Lord makes it sound a little nicer when he says those who reject the law of celestial marriage will be ministering angels, and worlds without end shall have no increase” (Church Patriarch Eldred G. Smith, Conference Reports, April 1950, p. 70).
“Those who are endowed

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