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LDS church releases new resources to help missionaries adjust

LDS church releases new resources to help missionaries adjust

(Deseret News Archives)



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OREM — Zach Bullock never opened the dark gray suitcase when he returned home early from his LDS mission to Italy in 2008. Instead, he stashed the medium-size piece of luggage, "Italia" tag still taped around the handle, at the foot of his boyhood bed in Springville. Then he got a job working Sundays so he could avoid church meetings, where he felt uncomfortable after serving seven months of a two-year mission call.

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