Broken Escalators: Funny & Frightful Lessons about Moth Eating and Moving to the Next Level
by Peter Haas
Pop-science meets theology in an engaging book from Peter Haas. Approaching Scripture with comedy, stats, and story-telling, a Minnesota minister explores some counter-intuitive twists behind happiness and promotion. Diving deeper than others would dare, this gutsy writer wrestles with theological issues many leaders would avoid on Sunday. He asks, What if your prayers could reveal your promotability or odds of happiness? and Did you know some people who survive traumatic events report higher levels of happiness? Get the book and you'll see all of his other brilliant prompts. This author's bold goal is to tweak people's minds. He hopes to increase the time and energy you and the people you know are investing in prayer, thinking, and even blogging.
Size: 5½ x 8½
Pub. Date: October 2015
Meet the Author
Blending his skills as a comedian, futurist, researcher, and Bible teacher, Peter Haas speaks at conferences and college events on topics ranging from spiritual growth to progressive church methods. His first national book, Pharisectomy: How to Remove Your Inner Pharisee and Other Religiously Transmitted Diseases, was released with Influence Resources and quickly became an Amazon bestseller. He and his wife, Carolyn, have three children and live in Minneapolis. Visit him at PeterHaas.org and SubstanceChurch.com. Follow him on Twitter and Instagram @peterhaas1.