Here’s an “outside the box” concept for you. Let me know whether you think we should implement something like this in the modern Church:
“The Lord commanded the first man to take a wife, and the commandment is applicable to every other man, therefore those who do not obey it are living in persistent opposition to the will of heaven. It was suggested at one of our Conferences, that all the unmarried young men over a certain age should pay $200 annually to the P.E. Fund till married. Those young men who are liable to this fine are reminded that the fund needs replenishing, and he would advise those young ladies who are still single through the dereliction of such young men, to stir them up and help collect the fines.” 
I don’t know, but I’m guessing that $200 a year in 1870 was some serious coin! So what do you think, would something like this work? Would it backfire? If we did it today, should the money go to the Perpetual Education Fund or somewhere else? How much should the fine be in 2010? Should it apply only to men and not to women? What is the age after which we should start assessing the fine? Let’s do a little social engineering…
 President George A. Smith, General Conference, Friday, October 7, 1870, 10 a.m. Deseret News 19. 36 (October 12, 1870): 417-420; reprinted Millennial Star 32 (1870): 706.