Hebraic leadership is understanding the word of God and the responsibilities given to us in it. It is impossible to be a Christian without multiplying. We see it in Genesis with the first great commission, to be fruitful and multiply, making disciples in our homes. We see it Deuteronomy 6 after the Shema, that we are to talk about our love for the Lord with everyone. Then famously we see it in Matthew 28, to go make disciples of all nations. The Hebraic leader understands that it’s their duty this side of eternity to reach the world. This starts within ones own community but inevitably expands. However, we know that the lives we live on earth our temporary but the work of multiplication is meant to last for eternity when we dwell with God and the nations in the new Jerusalem.