Justin Hiebert

Catalyzing Change


When our choices make us fail

Posted on 14 Jan 2016 in Coaching, Leadership, Life | Comments Off on When our choices make us fail

Sometimes, choices can make us fail. Say what?

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Natural reproduction

Posted on 17 Sep 2013 in Discipleship | 4 comments

I’ve noticed something about the natural life-cycle of every living thing on the planet: reproduction is natural, and to some extent it’s expected. No one needs to tell salmon that it is spawning season, or an oak tree that it’s time to drop an acorn, it’s built into their natural, biological cycle. And this holds […]

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Oh grow up already

Posted on 01 Sep 2013 in Christianity, Church, Discipleship, Ministry, Teaching | Comments Off on Oh grow up already

Ephesians chapter 4 is one of those passages that speaks deeply to several issues within the church. Not only does Paul make his shift from resting in God’s love (chapters 1-3) to our response in the world (chapters 4-6), but also begins by highlighting some of the significant battles that every church faces:

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Words are power

Posted on 23 Jun 2013 in Christianity, Church, Culture, Teaching | 1 comment

Today’s sermon focused primarily on James chapter three and continue our series on the ‘one anothers’ of Scripture, today we talked about the way we speak. ———- I’m sure we’ve all heard the phrase, “Sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me.”[pullquote]Sticks and stones may break my bones but words […]

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When I’m awesome and no one else recognizes it

Posted on 30 May 2013 in Christianity, Church, Leadership | Comments Off on When I’m awesome and no one else recognizes it

I’m going to be honest here: I’m full of great ideas. In fact, I can’t remember the last time I had a bad idea. It was probably somewhere in the mid-2000’s and had something to do with the way I dressed. But, by in large, everything that comes out of my head is amazing, insightful and borderline transcendent. The […]

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