Coming Home is an autobiography which spans 60 years of Dr. Robert S. Kreider's life from 1952 through 2011. Dr. Kreider documented the first part of his life (1919-1952) in My Early Years (Pandora Press, 2002.) Coming Home continues his life story, beginning with his move to the Bluffton (OH) College campus to begin his teaching career. The chapters cover a variety of professional and family topics --often within an historical context. Coming Home includes Dr. Kreider's narrative of his travels to set up the MCC Teachers Abroad Program in Africa, his Bluffton (OH) College presidency, the family's 6-month Mediterranean sabbatical, the move from Ohio to Kansas, and more.