Justin Hiebert

Catalyzing Change

Greed and Life in the Kingdom

Our brokenness and hope

Posted on 07 Sep 2014 in Ministry, Teaching, Uncategorized | 6 comments

Stand up. That’s what you’re going to have to do…. At least, that’s what I hope you’re about to do. You see, I’m standing. I’m standing because I find that it’s time to face my fears. I’m standing, because quite frankly, it’s time to take a stand. I’m standing now to declare that Jesus wins. […]

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Investments and Redemption

Posted on 26 Aug 2014 in Church, Discipleship, Teaching | Comments Off on Investments and Redemption

Today’s text is from Matthew 25. Note: This is an adaptation of a sermon given at Garden Park Church.   When I graduated seminary, Elise and I took a weekend trip up in the Yosemite area of the California mountains. I found us a nice bed a breakfast and our weekend was gloriously filled with nothing. […]

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Vineyards, Mission, and a lesson in Humility

Posted on 11 Aug 2014 in Christianity, Culture, Teaching | Comments Off on Vineyards, Mission, and a lesson in Humility

Usually on Sunday evening, or early on Monday morning, I post my sermon text (this week from Matthew 20, the workers in the vineyard), but this week I want to offer a few general thoughts, since what I had written for my sermon changed fairly dramatically based on some of the events of this last week.

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Sunday Sermon: Living Forgiveness

Posted on 03 Aug 2014 in Church, Teaching | Comments Off on Sunday Sermon: Living Forgiveness

I love you. I’m sorry. Excuse me. Please. Thank you. You’re welcome Please forgive me. ————— Let’s label these phrases as the seven keys to a happy life. It’s the basic manners that we were taught as children. Show affection, express appreciation, be polite, and extend forgiveness.

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A little goes a long way

Posted on 21 Jul 2014 in Church, Teaching | Comments Off on A little goes a long way

Adapted from a sermon given at Garden Park. The text is from Luke 13. ———- 18Then Jesus asked, “What is the kingdom of God like? What shall I compare it to? 19It is like a mustard seed, which a man took and planted in his garden. It grew and became a tree, and the birds […]

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