Reuniting and remembering the mission at the reunion

Missions are filled with trials and challenges, spiritual growth and blessings. Not to mention new foods and languages and at least a few fond memories. The general conference-time tradition of mission reunions is a chance for many missionaries, both who have served recently or who now have grandchildren, to remember the time when they wore a black name tag and were called "elder" or "sister."
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