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How debriefing changes the brain

“When a person tells his story and is truly heard and understood, he undergoes actual changes in his brain circuitry that corresponds to a greater sense of emotional and relational connection, decreased anxiety, and greater awareness of and compassion for...

7th reason debriefing is refreshing

“Resting in the reality that what they have gone through, and what they have come to understand about God and themselves through the process, are treasures that they can draw from to bless other global servants is refreshing to a missionary.” (Jeff...

I couldn’t have said it better myself

You should check out this post by Anisha Hopkinson over at A Life Overseas. It’s entitled Debriefing: Do I Need It? I could give you the short answer, but then you wouldn’t read this excellent article. After you’ve read it, you should forward it to...

Reason Number 6 Why Recalibrate Will Be Refreshing

“Believing that they have begun or furthered a relationship with someone who they’ve shared so much of their life and story with, and that the relationship will continue and deepen in this life and carry on in to the next, is refreshing to a missionary.”...

How Debriefing Refreshes, Part 3

“Being encouraged that this season of feeling disoriented, misunderstood, disconnected, overwhelmed, and frustrated—is normal, and that it will come to an end, is refreshing to a missionary.” (Jeff Jackson, Shepherd’s Staff) When missionaries have...

The Second Way Debriefing Refreshes a Missionary

As stressful as fitting the debriefing into their schedule might be, intentionally stepping off the high speed merry-go-round that life in the U.S. feels like in order to take a couple of days to unpack and reflect on what they experienced over there, and since they...