Barbara and I, in our 27 years of married life, have left the United States three times to do mission work. While these moves always involved sacrifice, tears and a little apprehension, they all pale in comparison to the move that we made five months ago to return to my hometown of Clemson, SC. Why, you may ask, would it be harder to return home than go to a foreign country? How could returning home be more difficult than learning a new language and culture in an unfamiliar and sometimes dangerous place? I believe that the answer lies in the security that we can often derive from the approval of our peers and superiors. In our case, our moves to Mexico and Brazil to do missionary work were

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