RussellHltn wrote:And I seem to remember some hints that there might be some financial tie-in in the future. If that's on the drawing board, it would explain what's happening the MRNs now.
Foolproof? I don't think it exists. But I would suggest that a list tucked into the recommend book is likely more secure then having it run around on the Bishopric's smart phones.
As for updating the list, I seem to remember some "minimum time" requirements that have to be met. Otherwise a call to the prior Bishop is in order. So I'd think updating the list each quarter or so would do fine.
What's the big deal with the MRN? Security... from what? The address and phone number are available and if some stalker wanted access to you they're not going to look for your MRN. I guess it's just my little rant about a decision that's hurting more than it's helping. Anyone out there that really understands the decision, I welcome your input... Not really interested in the, "Brother, that's the way it is" comments...