Justin Hiebert

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Church movements in Post-Christendom

Posted on 10 Oct 2013 in Christianity, Discipleship, missional theology | 2 comments

Thursday’s missional spotlight video this week is a brief discussion between Eddie Gibbs, Mike Breen, and Lance Ford.


Please leave comments below. Tell me what you thought or how you were challenged?

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Justin Hiebert

Leadership Catalyst - Entrepreneur - Coach at JSHiebert Leadership Coaching
I am a Business and Life Coach in both non-profit and for profit settings. I coach leaders, executives, and pastors in areas of vision, clarity, and values. In relationship coaching I focus on healthy and sustainable relationships, and in leadership development roles I catalyze change for individuals and groups to thrive. I also consult churches and organizations on how to train new leaders and create a healthy culture. In addition to that, I am an Anabaptist pastor in the Denver metro area. I specialize on topics that include: missional theology, discipleship, culture and the church in today’s society. I am married to my wonderful wife Elise and we have three kids. I grew up and now work in the United States Mennonite Brethren Church (USMB) and love the people and history of the Mennonite Brethren faith. I am a graduate of Tabor College with a dual degree in Youth Ministry and Christian Leadership, a graduate of Fresno Pacific Biblical Seminary with a Masters of Divinity, and a Doctoral Student and Bethel Seminary. I also teach college classes in areas of Bible, Communication, and Business.

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  • Tyler M. Tully

    I was fortunate to be a part of a house church network that celebrated together in OKC. Mike Breen was often a guest at our communal gathering. I’m struck with how similar this conversation’s priorities seem to be in line with the Early Church. The priority then is placed upon the Good News that changes the world, meeting people on their own terms, and boiling the message down past the gnitty gritty.

    • Thanks for commenting Tyler. We’ve definitely lost something with the drastic shift in institutionalism. Hoping we can reclaim some of that early passion and fervor.

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