Jason Hildebrand is a Canadian Actor who was the leading artist and speaker at the 2012 onWord Conference.

Quoted from - http://jasonhildebrand.com/#/about - December 16, 2013

Part storyteller, part creative catalyst—Jason works extensively as an actor, producer, filmmaker and communication coach. For the past 17 years, Jason has partnered with theatre and film companies, organizations and educational institutions as an artist/coach around the world.

He is most recognized for his acclaimed solo performances: Blue Like Jazz//Live – based on Donald Miller’s New York Times best-selling book of the same name, The Prodigal Trilogy, Life of David and Kingdom of Herod. Jason also tours two-man productions, including: Fish Eyes, and Breathe, with Mike Janzen – based on Greg Paul’s award-winning book, Close Enough to Hear God Breathe.

Jason has developed and produced two films: multi-award-winning film The Prodigal Trilogy and a cinematic adaptation of Blue Like Jazz//Live.

Jason coaches executives and leaders on a regular basis on the art of communication. His greatest passion is to see people living in the fullness of who they were created to be.

Jason lives in downtown Toronto, Canada with his wife and four children.

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2012 OnWord Conference on The Life of David

Saturday Sessions

Four Teaching Sessions on the Life of David
1. The Life of David: Family Man, featuring Dr. Willy Muller
David was many things, but he is not remembered for being an outstanding father. See what lessons we can learn from looking at David’s life at home.

2. An Actor’s Journey with the Life of David, featuring Jason Hildebrand
It’s one thing to read the story – but to write a play based on David’s life, and then to perform those scenes and those words over and over again? Jason will talk about ‘living’ the Life of David.

3. It’s a Cold and Broken Hallelujah! The Life of David in the Book of Psalms, featuring Dr. Jerry Shepherd
Taylor Seminary Old Testament professor Dr. Jerry Shepherd will share rich insights into the Psalms – the praise, the laments, the complaints.

4. David’s Journey into the Heartland of God’s Kingdomfeaturing Pastor Sieg Koslowski
For all of his failings, King David may be best described as a man after God’s own heart. Re-trace his journey into the Kingdom of God.