Dr. Andrew Hébert has been in pastoral ministry since 2005, serving churches in Texas and New Mexico. He has led Mobberly Baptist Church since 2022. Andrew is passionate about investing his life in others and developing disciples who know Jesus Christ and grow in their relationship with Him. He is committed to expository preaching, evangelism, discipleship, prayer, missions, and Christ-centered leadership.
Andrew and his wife Amy met while they were students at Criswell College in Dallas. They married in 2007 and have four children: Jenna, Austin, Mackenzie, and Brooklyn.
Amy has a B.A. in Biblical Studies from Criswell College. Prior to Criswell, Amy played volleyball at Texas A&M University. She enjoys teaching, as well as ministry to college students and women. Her hobbies include art, bird watching, SCUBA diving, and horseback riding.
Andrew holds degrees from Criswell College (B.A., M.A.) and The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary (Th.M., Ph.D). In addition to his experience as a pastor, Andrew has served in Christian higher education, teaching at Criswell College, Midwestern Seminary, and Southwestern Seminary and leading in the administration at Criswell College. He has also been a denominational leader within the Southern Baptist Convention. He has preached at the SBC Pastors’ Conference and has served previously as a member of the SBC Sex Abuse Task Force and as Chairman of the SBC Committee on Order of Business. He is also the author of Shepherding Like Jesus: Returning to the Wild Idea that Character Matters in Ministry (B&H Books, 2022).
Among other interests, Andrew enjoys reading, hunting, traveling, SCUBA diving, baseball, and coffee.