On November 28, 2014, while serving in the Belgium/Netherlands mission, I was hit by a car while biking across the street. My bike got the worst of it; I walked away with some cuts and bruises as well as some neck and back pain from some whiplash. I shook it off, found a new bike, and moved on. USA firstname.lastname@example.org
This is my story of coming home early from my full-time mission. When I look back on a span of almost 2 years, it is amazing to think about what has happened in my life. It has definitely made me into who I am today.
First off I wanted to thank the creators of this site for their courage and insight they provide many returning RMs. It’s been a number of years since I returned home and didn’t have the education, support or outlet that this site provides and hope that my story can help others.
When I was 19 years old I started serving the Japan, Kobe Mission. I was excited and ready to meet the challenge full-speed ahead. It was difficult at first, but I quickly fell into the flow of things. My first transfer, I started having some stomach issues.
We hope to open community discussion about missionary health issues. Every year, over 1,100 missionaries return home early for a medical reason. Hundreds more serve two years but still deal with injuries and illnesses that went unresolved during
We hope to open community discussion about missionary health issues. We're putting our stories and the stories of those who have chosen to share out there. We hope you come away with a better understanding of what those who are injured or sick