Hebraic leadership is living your life and leading with consciousness and understanding. For me, this means diving deep into my Christian faith and applying the various historical and philosophical lessons we take in through our faith. Philos Project stood out to me because it seems as if many Christians have lost touch with the lessons of our faith. Hebraic leadership means learning how history has shaped us and how we can use history to lead others to a better place. Through doing this, we avoid complacency in our current time in this world. Through Hebraic leadership, we understand and study our place in time. As mentioned in the course, we are in a period of exile. However, the Hebraic leader does not use this as an excuse to not be a person living in righteousness through Christ. In fact, our state in exile, in between the two ends of our faith, drives the Hebraic leader to positive, grounded actions.