Broken Escalators by Peter Haas
Funny & Frightful Lessons About Moth Eating and Moving to the Next Level

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Synopsis

“The science of happiness meets the God of happiness.”

Did you know that circumstantial things like money, good looks, and geography only affect our happiness by about 10 percent? So, what accounts for the other 90 percent? Did you know that people who survive traumatic events often report higher levels of happiness? Ironically, pain is one of the greatest things that could ever happen to us! Did you know that your prayers can actually reveal your “promotability”? Amidst absurd humor, bizarre stats, and hilarious storytelling, Broken Escalators explores 10 counterintuitive myths of promotion and happiness that regularly sucker people into bad jobs, bad moves, and bad relationships. But which myths do you believe? After reading this book, you will never make decisions the same way again.

 

About Peter Haas

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Although only in his mid-30's, Pastor Peter Haas has already become a well-known pastor, author, and conference speaker. After experiencing a radical conversion to Christianity while working in a nightclub as a rave-DJ, he has traveled the world sharing God's miraculous passion. In 2004, Peter relocated to Minneapolis and planted an arts-oriented multi-site church called Substance. In just a few short years, Substance has become one of the fastest growing and most youthful mega-churches in the United States. Known for his progressive worship, cell methods, and appeal to unchurched 20-somethings, Pastor Peter speaks at conferences all over the world on progressive church methodology. He also consults with church planters all over the globe as he serves on the A-Team of the Association of Related Churches. He currently resides in Minneapolis with his wife and three kids.
 
Published October 13, 2015 by Salubris Resources. 224 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction