Justin Hiebert

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Not to Comfortability but to Faithfulness

Posted on 20 Feb 2017 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Not to Comfortability but to Faithfulness

God does not always call us to comfortability but to faithfulness. In the times where those two are in tension, choose faithfulness over comfortability. I remember speaking those words recently. Truth be told, I’ve said those words a lot recently. Those are dangerous words, and a dangerous belief. It is what can cause a family to […]

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Little By Little

Posted on 19 Jan 2017 in Christianity, Coaching, Discipleship, Leadership | Comments Off on Little By Little

Day by day, little by little, step by step, and moment by moment we are chasing, pursuing, and becoming something. The reality of our story is that we are shaped by how we spend our time. The matters of life that get our most energy have a profound destiny on where we end up. This […]

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New Years Resolution

Posted on 09 Jan 2017 in Christianity, Church, Coaching, Culture, Discipleship, Goals | Comments Off on New Years Resolution

Chances are, you’ve broken your New Years Resolution already. I know, I know. This was going to be the year that you finally __________. If you haven’t broken them already, there’s likely a good reason for that. Chances are, it probably boils down to one of two reasons: 1.) You will break them. Likely soon. […]

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A Life of Total Generosity

Posted on 29 Dec 2016 in Christianity, Coaching, Leadership, Life, Life Purpose | Comments Off on A Life of Total Generosity

What does it take to have a life of total generosity? Work. Lots and lots of work. Hard work. Endless work. A relentless pursuit to be and do all that God would have for you. It’s a journey that will take the rest of your life. But I’m also just as firmly convinced that it […]

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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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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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From Inward to Outward Health

Posted on 10 Nov 2016 in Coaching, Leadership | Comments Off on From Inward to Outward Health

At this point in our journey through the Health and Leadership Pyramid we make the shift from inward to outward health. The pyramid is intentionally structured this way. Far too many leaders (and their followers) prize only the outward fruit of leadership: charisma, the ability to draw a crowd, increased budgets and profits, loyal subjects. […]

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Physical Activity for Leadership Health

Posted on 27 Oct 2016 in Coaching, Leadership, Life | Comments Off on Physical Activity for Leadership Health

Perhaps one of the biggest complaints I hear about physical activity, getting enough rest, and healthy eating is that people often, “don’t have enough time.” The reality behind that statement is that we are unwilling to make time. Because we can always find times for the things that matter most to us. Most people, who “don’t have enough […]

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Towards Total Physical Health

Posted on 22 Oct 2016 in Coaching, Discipleship, Leadership, Life, Life Purpose | Comments Off on Towards Total Physical Health

Perhaps more than any other aspect of the Health and Integrity Pyramid, physical health is the one we know we should engage in more intentionally and don’t. Yet creating time for physical health is a necessary component of healthy leadership development. I’ve discovered that most people agree with this sentiment. I’ve also discovered that once […]

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