Justin Hiebert

Catalyzing Change

God’s Radical Economy

Why you need margin

Posted on 02 Mar 2016 in Books, Christianity, Coaching, Culture, Leadership | Comments Off on Why you need margin

While in seminary I remember walking back to our on campus housing one day, coffee mug in hand, and feeling how thirsty I was. It was a warm spring day, but the level of thirst seemed out of the ordinary. As I walked into the door and told my wife how thirsty I was, she […]

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Assessing Response

Posted on 04 May 2015 in Christianity, Church, Culture, missional theology | Comments Off on Assessing Response

I recently saw a video of a gentleman with a portable loud speaker and microphone petitioning the crowd to follow Jesus. With great passion, he wanted them that God was angry and they were heading to hell unless they repented. One lady stepped forward to confront him, he passed her a mic and an angry […]

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Buying the Kingdom

Posted on 22 Jan 2015 in Christianity, Culture, Discipleship | 1 comment

It was every little boys dream. I remember sitting riveted to my television screen, I couldn’t believe my eyes. I suddenly knew what I wanted to do with my life.

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Made Up Persecution

Posted on 22 Dec 2014 in Christianity, Culture, missional theology | 2 comments

A few months ago, I met with a pastor at another church to talk about ways his church could engage the surrounding community. His church had been experiencing some trouble and wasn’t seeing the sort of breakthrough that it wanted. He had earnestly taught about the importance of evangelism and even tried to find ways to engage church […]

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Power, Privilege, and Squelching the Spirit

Posted on 18 Dec 2014 in Christianity, Church, Culture | Comments Off on Power, Privilege, and Squelching the Spirit

No, it’s not. It is a highly sophisticated interlocking block system. That’s the explanation from Will Ferrell’s character in The Lego Movie. His son is messing with the legos and Ferrell is desperately trying to put everything in it’s proper place. He was tired of everyone messing with his stuff.

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