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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?

Sara Vasquez

As a daughter of immigrants from a country whose government is unfortunately corrupt, I have always strongly disliked politics. I have run from it and avoided it in my legal classes. However, when encountering this point in the lessons on Hebraic leadership, it struck a chord because it really is a platform that can be used to influence others in a way that points to our Creator. Because of this, I think one tangible way that I will begin to exhibit Hebraic leadership is by getting more involved in the opportunities that come my way to make an influence on a political level in my neighborhood.

Secondly, like many of the other people who have taken this course, I really was reminded by all the stories of the Bible mentioned in the course that godly Hebraic leadership encompasses many qualities that make one a better intellectual, leader, friend, student, worker, minister, etc. Because Hebraic leadership spreads to all of these areas, I will be more intentional in embracing the gifts God has put in me and nurturing them, not only in the church but also in other areas of my life.