Episode 77

Tim Ballard's Divine Plan: "Capitalism to Converts"

On this informative episode of Mormonish Podcast, Rebecca and Landon delve deeper into what is known as Tim Ballard's "Whiteboard Meeting."

In this 2019 meeting, Tim Ballard gathered his elite team of associates and investors to outline his plans and goals for the future. Each person had to sign an NDA to even be in the room.

The plan was outlined on a whiteboard, also known as a dry erase board, and revealed many surprising details that caused several participants in the room to part ways with Tiim Ballard at that point.

Not only did it present a strategy to funnel funds from multiple non profits into Tim Ballard's for profit businesses, but it also outlined a plan to use the pubicity of the OUR rescue missions to convents as many people as possible to the LDS church.

You'll learn everything you ever wanted to know but were afraid to ask about the "Whiteboard Meeting" on this episode of Mormonish, I know we did!

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Rebecca Bibliotheca

Rebecca Bibliotheca is a mother or three boys, co-founder of "The Good Book Club," a virtual reading group for post and nuanced Mormons, cohost of "Mormon Media Reviews," and leader of the "Mormon Stories Book Club." She has a Masters of Library and Information Science from BYU and worked for many years at the BYU Library. She and her husband, Tom, also founded a youth theater program that is in its 19th year. Rebecca loves the theater, reading, film, spending times outdoors, church watching and iced coffee!
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Landon Brophy

Landon Brophy is the proud father of four children, two grandchildren, three ATVs and a boat. He's a former military officer, the co-founder of The Good Book Club, a reading group for post and nuanced Mormons, ann international manager for a global defense contractor, and a worldwide traveler. He and his wife founded "Utah Wanderers," an online travel guide to exploring Utah. Landon loves the outdoors, ATVing, boating, flying, reading, observing the "ongoing restoration" and second Saturdays!