So Far from Home is the first installment in a space-themed trilogy released by Christian rock band Brave Saint Saturn. This release contains less elements of the trilogy's plot that was developed in the two subsequent albums, opting for a more general feeling of darkness and loneliness. It was released in 2000. Lyricist Reese Roper shows his typical awareness of social issues, albeit with an unusual melancholy. "Under Bridges" samples clips from the Apollo 8 Genesis reading and tackles homelessness, through a contemporary interpretation of the Parable of the Sheep and the Goats."Two-Twenty-Nine" keeps with the space theme, beginning with a clip from the countdown sequence of the Space Shuttle Challenger disaster, and relays the personal loss of his grandmother.