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

Ryanne Ross

After taking this course, Hebraic leadership means leadership based on the leadership displayed by throughout the Bible in both the Old Testament and New Testament. A Hebraic leader is in the world but not of the world – an exile in a foreign land. Living for the hope of Jesus’ return but managing the plurality of living in a sin-laden world. Abraham is one such example of a Hebraic Leader. God called him out from among his own land and people to a place to which God promised him and his descendants forever but while he was alive he was not able to fully claim that land for himself but future generations would inherit and live in the land promised by God. A Hebraic leader is able to use power as a means of establishing God’s will on the Earth without being corrupted by the power. A Hebraic leader should be making a difference in their own neighborhood, city, state and country before engaging in the Near East.