The Cumorah Project is a privately funded initiative that engages in research and education. Our major areas of emphasis include:
All resources developed are made available online at no cost. The cumorah.com website has been in operation since 1999. We neither solicit nor accept donations. We provide only research, analysis, and resources and do not engage in proselytization. We respect world cultures and other faiths, and believe in "obeying, honoring, and sustaining the law" in every nation. All content is the sole responsibility of the individual authors, and is neither authorized nor approved by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints nor by any outside group or institution. We request that those who desire to make a donation related to LDS missionary efforts donate to the general missionary fund of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Individuals who have participated in the development of these resources include:
David Stewart. I am a lifelong active LDS member with interest in international cultures, missiology research, comparative religion, and philosophy. In the course of my research, I have interviewed dozens of LDS mission presidents and hundreds of missionaries, members, and investigators in thirty countries over the course of more than fifteen years. Among other callings, I have served as a ward and stake missionary, ward mission leader, and counselor in a branch presidency.
Matt Martinich is a church growth researcher and writer on the international church who is collaborating on the Taking the Gospel to the Nations: Challenges and Opportunities for International LDS Growth, the new LDS International Atlas, and church growth case studies. Matt also maintains a church growth blog at http://ldschurchgrowth.blogspot.com. Matt lives in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
Marc Schindler of Spruce Grove, Alberta prepared the maps of the international LDS atlas. Marc passed away unexpectedly in October 2003 at the age of 45. Marc was well-known in the online LDS community for his tireless work as a proponent and defender of the faith. His inexhaustable energy, vast knowledge, and kindly disposition touched all those who knew him.
Susan Pixley of New York state. Susan has prepared electronic versions of numerous electronic texts in both English and in ancient language fonts for the Cumorah Foundation. Susan has also helped in editing documents for the website.
Zeeshan Ahmad of Lahore, Pakistan. Zeeshan is an excellent web designer who has built the site's current PHP interface and database features.
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