- Pathfinder

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

Alie Brand

Nothing is more important for Christian leadership than returning to the Hebraic map
that undergirds our faith. I learned these three important lessons:

Seek the Kingdom of God always:
God must remain at the center of the Christian leader’s life. Never lose sight of your
destination. We are bound for Jerusalem.


Check your compass all the time (immerse yourself in the Bible, seek the baseline, pray to see the world as God sees it and learn to laugh at the paradoxes of life).

Take responsibility where you are. Always think in terms of the two dimensions – then choose the right tool for the job, carve your path through history and bring others with you towards Jerusalem. Always be humble: know your limits and walk by the light of revelation.


You cannot promote positive Christian leadership if you are not first promoting positive
engagement with your neighbor. Be involved in your community, because Christians
are not meant to walk alone. Join a church and be an active member. Respect
religious and political authorities—but only as agents of the God who created them.