Wednesday, December 22, 2010

LDS Apostles and Prophet Thomas S. Monson Homes..

These signs were throughout every apostle's home that I took...I called them and they were very upset...It's the Church Security..Interesting..?

Thomas S. Monson, the Prophet of the LDS Home..  4125 CARTER CIR SALT LAKE CITY, UT. This still is his home..I heard that he doesn't live here that much now since he's been the prophet..I believe he lives in a condo that's owned by the LDS church near the LDS temple.This home has a large back yard..but quite humble.



This is Henry B. Erying Home in Bountiful...HENRY B EYRING   1977 CHOKECHERRY DR    BOUNTIFUL, UT  84010  




Neil L. Andersen  2608 FAIRWAY Circle   BOUNTIFUL, UT  84010. There were two workers taking care of his yard..I asked them if they worked for the LDS Church and one of them said yes...Interesting? So this is where tithing also goes? This home is in a beautiful area with homes in the $800-1 million dollar range..


Robert Hales Home: 
ROBERT D HALES   987 EAGLE WAY    NORTH SALT LAKE, UT  84054  At Eagle Wood Golf Course..


DAVID A BEDNAR   967 EAGLE WAY   NORTH SALT LAKE, UT  84054



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Dallin H. Oaks 1813 Yale Ave. Currently For Sale for $650,000..Any buyers? Back of the home below..


This is a new location for Dallin H. Oaks: DALLIN H OAKS   398 AERIE CIR NORTH SALT LAKE, UT  84054 . Very interesting that the CS sign is in Red where all the other CS signs are in blue in front of the apostles homes..I'm not sure what it means but it could mean something interesting...CS is known as Church Security....Hmmmm. Also, this is right across the street from DIETER F UCHTDORF...

This is the Gate Entrance to Boyd K. Packer's Home..It's at the end of a very prestigeous and wealthy area..I would guess that homes are in the 2 to 3 million dollar range...I heard that he has over 10 acres within his property range...Kind of interesting since he has only worked for the majority of his working years at the LDS Church?
This is a home right next to Boyd K. Packer's home...Huge!
Home of RICHARD G SCOTT   3823 PARKVIEW DR    SALT Lake, UT.



I am sorry that I missed taking a few other homes but this helps, hopefully I will get the next 3 or so very soon..Enjoy!

35 comments:

  1. Wow those modest living allowances that are provided from income on Church investments sure provide comfortable living quarters! ;)

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    1. That's not the only thing they did
      Good living brings.... good things
      How would you feel about Solomon
      or how would you feel about Peter.... if you was his wife and children
      People can pick anything apart
      It is wrong to do this
      If darkness can keep you dwelling on someone else
      and their lives
      Then you wont have any time to look at your self
      This is not of GOD
      Christs Followers are at Peace
      Showing forth Christ like Love
      This Dave person is a very evil man
      He is a follower of Lucifer
      Not of GOD
      CE Mason

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  2. great homes i wish i could have one of them to live in.

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  3. I would hardly consider any of these homes as excessive...has anyone seen some of the homes of the evangelical crew or the catholic bishops and archbishops? They are truly palatial.

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    1. I was pleasantly shocked to see such modest homes.

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    2. When these very nice homes are paid for by church goers who are giving money to help the needy I think it is excessive.

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    3. These homes are not paid for by "church goers" - and many of them sit on boards of corporations and have worked in business and paid for them on their own. Further, the church has many investments that go toward various operations of the church. The comment on one of the pictures about a gardener and the snide comment about tithing money is just ridiculous. These are all fairly modest homes. The church doesn't own them. And, if you are the president of a church of 15 million people and are not living in a "palace" and living an extravagant lifestyle, that is pretty impressive. This entire website is ridiculous.

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  4. Does anyone think that Neil L. Anderson's home looks like a mini temple gone wrong? lol

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    1. Looked up Elder Anderson's home on Zillow. It's 1900 sf and only worth about $450K. That's not a mansion, nor is it excessive. He has an MBA from Harvard, sold a lucrative advertising agency when he left to serve as a mission president, and I'm sure he understands investing.

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  5. Richard G Scott was a nuclear engineer, Niel L Anderson earned a MBA From Harvard and worked as vice president of the Morton Plant Health System, Russell M Nelson was an internationally renowned cardiothoracic surgeon Dieter F Uchtdorf was an airline piolt and airline executive. Those are just a few examples. Many of them have also written a number of books. It is very interesting to see their homes, but just so people know. They do not get rich off of the church.

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  6. @Johnston Family:

    The original apostles of Christ gave up all of their worldly possessions to follow Him. Even if these guys DID rely solely on their personal success to build their wealth (a claim I find dubious), people who live in homes such as these have no business calling themselves themselves apostles.

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    1. Actually a very close source of mind revealed that many of the the apostles make more than $600,000 a year. This really needs to be brought out. I believe many Mormons would not like this..

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    2. Seriously? You couldn't be an apostle if you aren't a homeless person? Okay, that makes sense. Well I do see a lot of homeless people who hold signs proclaiming they are prophets and that it's the end of the world. I guess they must be right! Dude, these are not even fancy homes! David Bartos homeS are way nicer than those he has posted here - and so where does he get his $$ to pay for them...hmm interesting?? So gaining knowledge and education to provide for your family is wrong? These men were already set before they began serving full time and I guarantee they could have made way more money continuing in their career paths than if they had retired early and received compensation for their travel, food, clothing and other living expenses. How is it so dubious that surgeons, lawyers, CEO's and so forth couldn't afford these homes? I'm SHOCKED that the homes are so old and modest, especially compared to what most of their occupations salaries could afford. And you forget that the original 12 Apostles were fishermen which was considered a higher paid and successful profession back then, which I think requires more faith to walk away from. But they could probably walk away from it because they also could afford to and had the means to AND people of the church then helped to feed, clothe, house and provide for them. (hey, that's just like tithing today!). Any member of the church who pays tithing knows that the General Authorities receive money in order to be able to serve full time - it's called common sense. They can't just wander around the street holding signs, hitchhiking, eating out of garbage cans or living on a wing and a prayer, and I don't want them to! They represent the Savior and his service, and I'm glad to give tithing to help them in that calling. Their service benefits me in many ways, it benefits my family and it benefits the church all over the world, that's the whole purpose of tithing! Paying my tithing today is like housing, feeding, clothing and supporting the Apostles in Christ's time. I think that's awesome! If they came to my house, I would give the best I had, not the left overs, because I love the Savior and these are His Apostles. Of course they have security and drivers, we have have all of the obsessed ex- and anti-Mormon delusional whacko's who threaten them and the church and drive by taking pics of their homes and posting them online and take their security signs to thank for that. (stalker much?) At least I'm not paying for Olsteen's fancy rings (you should see his houses and cars, WO!), Tammy Baker's (RIP) gold toilets or Billy Graham's many MANSIONS just so they can hold massive gatherings where they speak in tongues and knock people in the head to proclaim them healed and whole to "prove" their power and calling. And for them to "reveal God's" definition of being a Christian which is so ironic that they think they can receive or share any revelation from God since a big part of "their" definition of being a Christian is that there is no such thing as modern day revelation and that God does not have prophets are not on the earth anymore. And btw, many ex and anti mormons are making a lot of money off of "speaking engagements", blogs and selling books and DVDs --and people love pay for it and then they turn around and criticize tithing and the Apostles. Go figure. Amen and Halleluyer

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    3. Thank you Kimberly for your message...!

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    4. Weren't the orginal12 Homeless

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  7. Just 2 of Dave's homes. Wonder where he gets all of his money...hmmm

    http://www.vacationrentals.com/vacation-rentals/90004.html

    205 N Country Ln, Fruit Heights, UT

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    1. http://www.exmormonfiles.com/donate/index.htm

      "Donate" here to pay for Dave's houses.

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    2. Kimberly, I have never received money for doing any of my religious work. None, only having some businesses and investing. That's it. Don't try to lie here, please.

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    3. Same goes for you, Dave. All of those church leaders had professions before they were church authorities. They have their own money and investments, just like you do.

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  8. My Husband and I live in a community called Magrath in Southern Alberta, Canada. The Mormons like to brag how none of the leadership of the "church" (and I use that term loosely) are paid. If you want to know the truth about what goes on inside the mormon organization, please visit these websites, both put up by former several generation Mormons. www.utlm.org As well as www.hotm.tv . Both these sites are very eye opening and these people TELL THE TRUTH about the mormon organization. Joseph Smith gave 9 different accounts of the first vision, but the mormon church doesn't tell people that. Gordon B. Hinckley said "our faith, our belief rests on the validity of that first vision, either it is true or it is not true..." Hey Mormons, do some research and find out what is truth, your eternal salvation depends on it. Quit giving "praise to the man" and give it instead to the the one who died so you could have assurance of everlasting life, Jesus Christ himself and him alone. God Bless, Rhoda Parent & Warren Schoff

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    1. I am sorry to tell you that moist of the stories are lies. I suggest reading http://www.fairmormon.org/

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    2. No they are not....It's in your mormon books. If they lie, than they your apostles are lying.

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    4. Sorry my last comment had a grammatical error and those drive me crazy!
      Our Church does teach us about the different accounts of the First Vision. I learned about it in Seminary. :)
      BTW the official and proper name of our Church is: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.

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  9. Funny to read this comments. My friend who lives in Utah who migrated from Europe has even a larger house and he has a simple computer programmer job and 5 kids. What is wrong of having a good home for his family and some of them are rather very modest when thinking how successful these men are in their profession and in writing books. God commanded (see the bible) us to give to the church only 10% not all our earnings!!!
    Think about that and get yourself a free copy of the Book of Mormon from mormon dot org (search on google "free Book of Mormon") and find out on your own if it is true or not. I know that the book is true and that "The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints" is the restored and true church of Jesus Christ our Savior for all humankind.

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    1. 10% is the law of Moses, not what Christ taught. Consecration is what Christ taught. Read Acts 4. There are very few "Christian" churches out there who live what Christ taught. They are more Judaism than Christian when they live the law of tithing. Christ said to sell everything. Million dollar houses by any religious leader mocks what Christ taught.

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    2. A survey conducted by the Leadership Network, an organization created for the advancement of the Christian church, megachurch pastors earned an average of $147,000 annually, with some pastors earning as much as $400,000. http://work.chron.com/average-income-pastor-mega-church-9682.html

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  10. http://youtu.be/M5Db_HFmJdg

    Former Mormon Missionary's sing this song about these leaders

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  11. If you would be interested in sharing these image on Wikipida, I would love to help you do it. Let me know and I will contact you via e-mal

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    1. You should put a link to Zillow so the truth of what they're worth is shown too Pres MOnson's house is 1200 sf. Wow, what a huge mansion that is. AND he built it in 1957 and has never sold it. So, he probably paid $15K for it. (My parents paid $16K for a slightly bigger one in 1964). The only two high end homes here are Elder Utchdorf and Elder Oaks, and since they were an airline executive and a lawyer/judge, their $800K homes don't seem excessive.

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  12. Let's find your address and post it on the Internet. I hope the Church sues you! These men have familie and grandchildren. You are petty and obviously jealous. These men live in modest homes that are beautiful. They have worked hard in this life and recieved an education but still remain humble. Early apostles of Jesus were physicians, attorneys and business men. Fishing business was big business. I'm a Jewish convert to the Church. I know these men are apostles of God and have met several myself in person. They are full of the love of Jesus Christ and humility.

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    1. Thank you for your response, Sheila.

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  13. And the home of David Bartosiewicz in St. George:

    http://www.homeaway.com/vacation-rental/p259269

    I'm sure it's a business venture, but it's pretty much on par with the ones mentioned above.

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  14. And the home of David Bartosiewicz in St. George:

    http://www.homeaway.com/vacation-rental/p259269

    I'm sure it's a business venture, but it's pretty much on par with the ones mentioned above.

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  15. i find it very troubling
    Has any one looked at the Popes house
    or Dave's house
    and Just how does Dave make his living?
    It is easy to find
    Just how much does he make
    How much does his church pay him?
    Tell the truth
    Remember your a Christen
    And Father is watching you all very closely
    Our Father Who Dwells in the heaven above
    Is very near
    CE Mason


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