Lindsey Schacter – The Vitalness of Debrief (2019)

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Speaker: Lindsey Schacter

Organization: Global Aid Network (GAiN) Canada

Seminar Description:
Knowing how to process a time of cross cultural ministry individually and with others is key to applying missions experiences to life at home. Come discuss why debrief is key in a cross cultural missions experience, critical to the health of individuals and gain tools for how to debrief your team.

Speaker's Biography:
Lindsey serves with the Operations team at Global Aid Network (GAiN) Canada and is passionate about seeing people mobilized locally & globally to reach others with the love of Christ. Lindsey & her husband Tyler have two little boys who have been teaching them many things about patience & grace.

Concentration: Going Global - Cross Cultural Mission

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