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Reply To: What is one tangible way that you plan to exhibit Hebraic leadership in your own neighborhood after taking this course?

Loncey Elie

One important quality in Hebraic leadership that stood out to me is that it is not individualistic, but collective. I value this because in my experiences as a leader I believe that it is not all about you, it is bigger than you. I began to realize that what I do is not all about me, but it is about the impact that I make on the people around me by spreading the message about the kingdom of God. In my neighborhood, I have led by example in the way I conduct myself and also being a part of a tennis team effort to help the individuals in my community improve on their levels has served as a testimony about the importance of teamwork to make things happen. Several people and I have served our community since we have a strong passion for tennis and for four years I have been able to realize the strong love and growth we experience to elevate to a new level. What matters the most is our happiness and the inspiration we have for others in the small and big ways to enhance the kingdom of God.