Monday, October 7, 2019

The Great Plan of Adventure - free plan of salvation map download

Elder Dieter F. Uchtdorf gave a wonderful sermon yesterday about the adventure of our life and eternal progression, likening it to Bilbo's journey in The Hobbit. It made my Tolkien-loving heart so happy. So what could be better than a fantasy map version of the Plan of Salvation? I hope you enjoy it - you can download this file for free and print it at 8x10 (Just right click on the image below and save to your computer, then print as you would any picture. For personal use only.).

If you'd like to print larger, you can purchase a higher resolution file here:

or a nice 11x14 print here:

The background for this map came from - a wonderful resource!


  1. So fantastic! I love this! Thank you!

  2. This is amazing! Showing it to my Seminary class. Well done!!! And thank you!

  3. I want to print this large and hang in my home. How large would you recommend?

  4. I just uploaded this to Office Depot and it looks like I can print it 16x20. It's so beautiful. Thank you so much for sharing this!!

  5. This is so great, thank you for sharing it!

  6. We loved this talk too! Now with your beautiful map hanging in our home (and in my seminary class) we can remember it often. Thank you for sharing!!

  7. Thank you! What a wonderful tool you have provided so many people. It would be great to see it as a 16X20 poster!

  8. Thank you so much for sharing your wonderful talent! Love this so much!

  9. This is so amazing!! Thank you for sharing!

  10. I just read the lyrics to the song, “The Road Goes Ever Ever On”, recited by Bilbo Baggins at the end of The Hobbit and your drawing brought a whole new meaning to those words. If you haven’t read them recently you might want to give it a try.


    Roads go ever ever on,
    Over rock and under tree,
    By caves where never sun has shone,
    By streams that never find the sea;
    Over snow by winter sown,
    And through the merry flowers of June,
    Over grass and over stone,
    And under mountains in the moon.
    Roads go ever ever on
    Under cloud and under star,
    Yet feet that wandering have gone
    Turn at last to home afar.
    Eyes that fire and sword have seen
    And horror in the halls of stone
    Look at last on meadows green
    And trees and hills they long have known.