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

William Duggan

Hebraic leadership is seeing and acting on the world-view of Hebraic tradition just as Jesus Messiah did. To see and lead from a place undiluted with foreign ideas and influences. Hebraic leadership calls on the believers to draw back to the origins of the early church, looking at historical and prophetic realities to help develop a clear understanding of seeking the kingdom and righteousness so that all else will be given unto us. In doing this, others will follow us as leaders because we possess the knowledge and understanding (good fruits) of the Spirit of God and His ultimate goal of reunifying humanity with Himself and the ultimate destination for the Body of Christ, the New Jerusalem. Focusing on the Hebraic map allows me to stay focused on the goal and run the race well. We need to walk towards and lead others to our actual destination and be good stewards of the power and authority we possess where we find ourselves in time and space here and now. The Hebraic map simplifies the ultimate purpose and goal of our walk with Christ. It helps me focus on the core tenets of my Christian heritage and faith and how to best steward my responsibility as a member of the body of Christ.