Justin Hiebert

Catalyzing Change

Relationship

What’s Your Relational Scent?

Posted on 01 Dec 2016 in Christianity, Church, Coaching, Discipleship, Life, Marriage Coaching | Comments Off on What’s Your Relational Scent?

Have you ever stopped to consider what your relational scent is? A couple of weeks ago I ran into an old friend and they asked how the family was doing. Rather excitedly, I shared that today had been the only day in the last two weeks that our family had all been healthy at the […]

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Firm Foundations For Relational Health

Posted on 17 Nov 2016 in Christianity, Coaching, Discipleship, Leadership, Life, Marriage Coaching | Comments Off on Firm Foundations For Relational Health

We have done a disservice to our children in terms of relational health. We have, in a myriad of ways, taught them not how to handle conflict or to reconcile relationships, but to avoid conflict and deny it’s existence. On the playground, when conflict arises, we often tell them, “Then if you can’t play nicely […]

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It’s about the relationship, stupid

Posted on 03 Sep 2013 in Uncategorized | 3 comments

James Carville, heading into the 1992 presidential election, created a three point plan for Clinton staffers to remember. Undoubtedly, the most commonly remembered point was number two: “It’s the economy, stupid.” When staffers wanted to know how Clinton was different from Bush type politics, this was one key idea to hammer home: his economic policy. […]

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The one constant

Posted on 21 Aug 2013 in Christianity, Ministry | 3 comments

Last week, while driving my daughter to one of the last days of her preschool program, I had a seemingly random thought: “We’re getting towards the time when the leaves start to change colors.” And it’s an odd thought because I’m not particularly a fall person. I like it, but I’m not one of those […]

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Adapting the metric

Posted on 02 Jul 2013 in Culture, Discipleship | Comments Off on Adapting the metric

How are you doing? Interesting question isn’t it? Depending on the context, you are likely to answer it in a variety of different ways.

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