Debriefing is a 5 day, “set apart time” to slow down and make space in our lives so we can see what God has been doing and is doing. You will meet with two debriefers each day for 3-4 hrs. You will then be given “out of session” work to be completed through out the rest of the day and evening. This work will set the stage for the following days session. It has been our experience that this model of debriefing provides us the opportunity to process events and seasons of our busy lives in a safe and supportive place. Debriefing brings perspective, healing and hope to our brokenness and the brokenness of the world around us.

A Debriefing week can look very different depending on if you are doing a personal, corporate, or team debrief. You will however be guided through a debriefing model that allows you or your team to express in detail your journey. As you journey with God allowing Him to bring personal revelation, you become what Isaiah speaks about in Isaiah 61:3… “and they will be called Oaks of righteousness, a planting of the Lord for the display of His splendor”.

The best way to describe debriefing is to hear from those who have walked through the process.