Nicholas immigrated with his parents to America in 1875 and settled in Mountain Lake, Minnesota. He attended McPherson College in 1897-1898. Hiebert was appointed missionary to India by the Mennonite Brethren Church in 1898 and sailed in 1899. After selecting and opening a field he returned from India in 1901 because of ill health, and then traveled for the conference in the interest of missions 1901-1912 and served as secretary to the Mennonite Brethren Board of Foreign Missions 1903-1936. He taught district school five years, served as principal of the Mountain Lake Bible School 1912-1927, and was instructor in Bible at Tabor College 1930-1932. After retirement he resided in Salem, Oregon, 1935-1942; Blaine, Washington, 1942-1945; and Hillsboro, Kansas, 1947-1957. He published Missions-Album (Mennonite Brethren Publishing House 1914) and Commentary for Sunday School Quarterly.
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