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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?

Layne Peters

One tangible way that I plan to exhibit Hebraic leadership in my own neighborhood after taking this course is by looking for opportunities to add intentionality into my daily interactions. One of the fundamental ideas to be a Hebraic leader is to love the neighbor that crosses my path. Living that out and calling those around me to live that out in my neighborhood, job, and as I go is how I will exert my time. I want to employ the pillar of plurality of not forcing others to hold my view but simply showing Jesus through my words and actions in the opportunities of conversation and acts of service in my neighborhood. Thankfully, my job is community development and ministry in my neighborhood, so I do not have to go far in order to put these ideals into practice weather that be offering heathly relationships to kids and families around me, meeting needs and providing resources even when it’s not easy or the best time for me. But also going out of my way to live sacrificially with my time and money to help care and show who Jesus is by how he is calling me to be and act.