- Pathfinder

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

Anastasia Hegman

This course added one new concept to my ongoing study of what it means to be a faithful follower of Jesus and His Way. We’re not solo heroes wandering in a circular journey. We have a map. It isn’t viewed through power or rationale, but through a hebraic lens of how to walk the finely balanced narrow road from where we’re coming from to where we’re going – Destination Jerusalem. We’re not alone either. The journey includes leaders, followers, strangers and family all headed in the same general direction. As we are guided daily along the Way, we can look to the Cloud and the Fire, the Truth and the Light, having trust that He will guide us in the right path for His name sake. The more we can walk with trust, purpose, and responsibility for our actions and our immediate circumstances, the more people will desire to follow our lead. The Hebraic Hero’s Journey through the wilderness is a picture of leadership development on the way through the wilderness to Jerusalem. Clarity of destination and what it takes to get there gives one the audacity and strength to leave everything behind, sell all that they own to buy a field with a hidden treasure, or be willing to persevere despite the insistance of that staying put temporarily is more comfortable than the effort needed to make the lifelong pilgrimage.