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

Jonathan Avendano

Hebraic leadership is driven by a profound commitment to interpreting the world through a Biblical prism, specifically through the Hebrew perspective akin to how Jesus perceived it. In the heart of this worldview lies a fervent focus on Jerusalem, a city of immense spiritual significance. While this was undoubtedly true in the days of Jesus, a Hebraic leader firmly believes that this significance endures today, as Jerusalem is poised to become the tangible epicenter of God’s Kingdom on Earth.

Even more significantly, a Hebraic leader recognizes that, despite God’s ultimate sovereignty, they possess the power to effect profound change through their positive leadership and active engagement. They don’t simply wait passively, expecting others to do the work; they ardently strive to touch souls and inspire transformation. By fully grasping and embracing these perspectives, a Hebraic leader can ignite profound change for the Kingdom of God, not only in the Near East but wherever the Gospel of Christ needs to be shared, with a special emphasis on reaching the depths of human souls.