Justin Hiebert

Catalyzing Change


Understanding Financial Health

Posted on 22 Dec 2016 in Coaching, Discipleship, Leadership, Life, Life Purpose, Teaching | Comments Off on Understanding Financial Health

Sometimes, financial health isn’t what it seems… Born in 1839, John D. Rockefeller combined an astute business mind with some fortuitous timing to become one of the richest men of his day. In his later years he was widely regarded as a generous philanthropist, paving the way for cultural engagements, the arts, and higher education. […]

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Work is Worship

Posted on 24 Oct 2013 in Christianity, Discipleship, missional theology | Comments Off on Work is Worship

To those who work in the boardroom, cubicle, or classroom: God has called you to be on mission where you are. Will you join in?

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Why being debt free is idolatry (at least for me)

Posted on 14 Aug 2012 in Culture, Discipleship | Comments Off on Why being debt free is idolatry (at least for me)

One of my biggest desires (until fairly recently) has been to be debt free. I have amassed a good portion of student loan debt, and having spent a summer unemployed after graduating from my Master’s program, quite a bit of credit card debt as well. Having been raised in the church, I’ve been told how […]

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