The Cumorah Project is a privately funded initiative that engages in research and education. All resources developed are made available online at no cost. Our major areas of emphasis include:
An online atlas providing the location and organizational structure of LDS congregations, missions, stakes, and districts worldwide. The atlas also contains country and state maps of the most populous unreached cities and the status of LDS outreach by ethnolinguistic group. Access the atlas on the left-hand column under "LDS International Atlas - Google Maps." The atlas is strictly for educational purposes. For information regarding LDS meetinghouse locations and times, visit lds.org/maps. Below are links to world regions of the atlas.
“What an elder sees sitting, the young can't see standing.”Ibo Proverbs
“A few years ago, Bishop Stanley Smoot was interviewed by President Spencer W. Kimball. President Kimball asked, 'How often do you have family prayer?' Bishop Smoot answered, 'We try to have family prayer twice a day, but we average about once.' President Kimball answered, 'In the past, having family prayer once a day may have been all right. But in the future it will not be enough if we are going to save our families.'”James E. Faust LDS General Conference, October 1990
“Let me tell thee, time is a very precious gift of God; so precious that it is only given to us moment by moment.”Amelia Barr
A series of case study essays examining successes, challenges, and opportunities for LDS growth worldwide. New case study reports are added regularly.
LDS Growth Encyclopedia on Missionary Work and Church Growth (Missiology).
Originally prepared electronic versions of classic LDS texts.
Digitized texts of some of the world's best books. World classics, history, self-improvement, and more.
Over 2000 inspirational quotations, many related to missionary work. Great for talks or lessons on any topic.
Resource essays for sharing the gospel.
Short missionary-oriented articles and resources in other languages including many original translations of the Cumorah Foundation.