Justin Hiebert

Catalyzing Change


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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Fragmented Faith – Jesus saves all of me

Posted on 27 Aug 2013 in Christianity, Discipleship, missional theology | Comments Off on Fragmented Faith – Jesus saves all of me

Today is part one of a two part series called “Fragmented Faith” which is a look at the totality of the Gospel in our lives and what it means for discipleship.  ———- Awhile back, my wife and I had a conversation about what it means to be saved. Here in the West, we have developed […]

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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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The transformation and the journey

Posted on 25 Jun 2013 in Discipleship, missional theology, Uncategorized | 2 comments

Tonight we had a family over and they shared with us some of their recent adventures as teachers abroad in South Korea. Home for a few weeks in the summer, it was a great time to catch up with old friends, hear new stories, and indulge in some BBQ and homemade cookie sandwiches. Then, with […]

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