Going Home by Robbin J. Peterson

February 4, 2015 | 1 Comment
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Going Home by Robbin J. PetersonGoing Home
Author: Robbin J. Peterson
Genres: Women's Fiction
Format: eBook, Print
Pages: 272
Date: February 3, 2015
Publisher: Covenant

For eighteen months, Elder John Miller has served faithfully as a missionary in the jungles of Peru. Everything seems to be clicking, including his easy camaraderie with his companion, Elder Kaai, and his girl waiting for him back home. But when Kaai passes away unexpectedly, John is overwhelmed with grief, and his faith is shaken to the core. Why did God let this happen? John returns home to heal from the devastating loss. Determined to leave the past behind him, he struggles to move forward with life to pretend Peru never happened. But Peru did happen, and the memories continue to haunt him, not to mention the confusion he feels over his relationship with his girlfriend.

It isn’t until an old friend reaches out to him that John finds the lifeline he needs. Now he must decide if he can put aside his fears and love more deeply than he’s ever loved before.

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One response to “Going Home by Robbin J. Peterson

  1. Gayle Humpherys

    Very touching LDS story about a missionary who returns home early after experiencing the traumatic death of his companion. It’s mostly about his journey of recovery and the people that help him along the way.

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