Hebraic leadership is not one simple, one-size-fits-all slogan or catchphrase. But if I had to sum up one of the core tenets of this style of leadership, I would say it is about being grounded and confident in the promises of God. Only without sure foundation can one then help guide others as well. The pathfinder course notes that the most important question for a Hebraic leader to ask and know the answer to is “where.” Where are you going? What is the ultimate destination? We must continually remind ourselves and others that the Kingdom of God is our ultimate destination. In our fast-paced modern society, there are so many siren songs calling to us, be that social media, a million different career paths, and the constant tug of obligation and responsibilities and temptations of self-indulgence. Any one of these things can end up distracting us or pulling us off of the path. The Hebraic leader must remain grounded and steadfast so that, though he or she navigates a world that preaches opposite messages, they can navigate this in-between time with grace and confidence.