This isn't a sophomoric tirade against acronymy in the church; nor is it that sing-song "poem" (that's not what I would call it, however) that strains to fit the entire cow of mormon acronyms into one alphabet soup. If I had posted in one of those veins then my next posts would have to be on the gray question of caffeinated soda and changes made in scriptural puncuation through the years, and THE BIG ONE: consecration is similar to communism!
No, this is a post to exclaim my wonder. I found somehow a website called www.acronymfinder.com . I went there, and typed in LDS as a test. We were counted among the worthy. Then I pulled out a big gun--FHE--and to amazement, there it was Family Home Evening. This was unreal! So I came up with BYC (which apparently I had misunderstood) and it came up with Bishop's Youth Committee!!!! This amazing website got all three BYU campus with the -I or -H for Idaho and Hawaii. It got BoM for the Book of Mormon and, the true shocker: MIA as Mutual Improvement Association with the parenthetical note "(Formerly use the by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints)" Is our acronymy that interesting or worthy of documentation? I am unsure about its officiality, and have heard occasional suggestions to avoid acronymy, as it is alien to those not of LDS faith/cultural experience.