Mormons believe it is important to honor and sustain the government by doing one’s civic duty and serving on a jury.
Mormons no longer practice polygamy, but if his first wife dies, a man can be married to second woman in a Mormon temple.
Mormons must wait one year after a civil marriage for a Temple wedding to help them understand how important it is. Mormons should explain to non-Mormon relatives and friends how important temple marriage is.
The Mormon Church has no policy on a woman donating her eggs to infertile couples. This is up to the individual’s consicence. Mormons are encouraged to talk to their bishop for guidance.
In order to be married in a Mormon temple, members must receive a recommend from their bishop and stake president attesting to their worthiness. All guests who attend a Mormon temple wedding must have similar, valid recommends.
The only conditions to receive a priesthood blessing in the Mormon faith are faith in Jesus Christ and a desire for a blessing from the Lord.
When Mormons sustain someone as a leader, they promise to help and support that leader and not to criticize him. If there is a serious issue of worthiness, Mormons are advised to go to the leader who is directly over the leader in question and leave the matter to be handled by the proper authority.