He and his wife Amanda have three children: Grace, Sam, and Elise.
Nate’s Call to Plant
The Hoberts moved to Madison in 2010 to plant the Vine Church with a team of like-minded pastors. This call to Madison to plant was precipitated by two significant factors. The first was a deep desire to see those who did not yet follow Jesus come to hear the Gospel and in so doing respond in faith. This passion had been primarily lived out among students as a College Pastor. The second came while attending Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando. During this time a robust view of the local church and its mission through the Scriptures became clear. It was during a church planting class that it became apparent that the most effective way to reach a city and transform a culture was through church planting. The Hoberts' move to Madison to plant was driven by a vision not to see merely one church planted, but multiple churches planted in Madison. After planting the Vine Church in 2010, Nate planted Redeemer City Church alongside Casey Johnson in 2014. Nate has served as the Pastor of Redeemer City Church since then.