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Reply To: After taking this course, in your own words, please define Hebraic leadership and what it means to you.

Kyle Hansen

Alex, I love the point you make about not trying to be the hero of our story, but rather being humble and trying to understand out part it God’s ultimate story. A professor told me several times when facing issues, “it’s not about you”, and bringing it back to spiritual realities. You mention being steward over what God has given us, talking about our abilities over the earth, and the control we have to lay down our lives. I think to lead, we have to have a perspective that while we are taking people somewhere, the leader is not the end goal of life, God is. I think God’s judgment after death, is one of the greatest examples of his control, and if we trust Jesus’ grace, we can have more peace about what we might face here, and more confidence that if he calls us to walk down a road, we will see him in the end not matter what.