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

Gabrielle Nobles

Hebraic leadership follows a Kingdom attitude while acknowledging and appreciating the humanistic realities of the world we live in. A hebraic leader will address a problem from a biblical centered perspective, and examine the history, culture, and society in which the dispute arises.They have a close relationship with God and with their church community, which allows them to develop the aptitude and empathy required to understand groups of people while  keeping their own self-centered views to a minimum.One takes action by engaging wherever they are, both within their local communities and on a worldwide scale.The core of Hebraic leadership resides in being both a leader and an active follower. Hebraic leaders maintain an open mind and humility in knowing that they do not know everything, but are eager to learn holistically in order to address crises in the best way possible.They research individuals from the Bible and use Jesus Christ as a foundation for interacting with both the problem and the people involved. Hebraic leaders recognize the Holy Spirit’s power, position, and function in their lives and allow Him to guide them in all situations.