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14 devotional Bible studies that are specifically designed to match elements of the reentry stress curve. Many long-term and short-term organzations use Coming Home to help returnees. Reentry stress is a real issue and needs effective tools to minimize its effects.

Lisa Espineli Chinn, a noted reentry specialist, says COMING HOME (previously entitled Fishers of Men) is a "m
spiral, 74 pages
Published 2007 by Deeper Roots Publications (first published 1994)

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Sep 21, 2008 rated it it was amazing
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I received all sorts of advice from friends on how to survive re-entry after living overseas for 2 years. One friend advised me to purchase things to take with me that I would miss (I ended up buying about 15 pairs of socks I thought I'd miss). Another friend encouraged me to cook an ethnic meal for friends back home (ended up being fun, but slightly underwhelming...). A third friend recommended this devotional to me. (And I'm so glad she did!) This was definitely the best advice I received!

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