1st Impressions Conference Value Adds!
In my talk, I mentioned that I had an extended teaching on how we apply the 3 Catalysts of Church Satisfaction. As a bonus, I added a secondary teaching on the “5 Reasons why Volunteers quit our ministries.” We recorded both of these videos for our pastors training curriculum. But, leaders across the United States have been finding them helpful. So enjoy. And be sure to check out the links to our Electronic Dance Music and worship projects below:
VIDEO: “3 CATALYST TEACHING” (EXTENDED VERSION)
Description: Pastor Peter trains Small Group Leaders & Ministry Teams the “3 Catalysts” of spiritual growth; 3 ingredients that form the foundation of our entire model of discipleship. If we can guarantee our church is great at these three things, the format of our churches (size, style, digital vs. physical) won’t even matter: Click https://vimeo.com/340038567
VIDEO: “The CLIFF TEACHING” – THE 5 REASONS VOLUNTEERS QUIT OUR MINISTRIES:
Description: Pastor Peter trains Small Group Leaders & Ministry Teams the “Cliff Teaching” – the 5 reasons why people quit small groups and ministry teams. All ministries struggle with various “cliffs” – different obstructions that prevent people from volunteering. But, do you know how to identify them? And are you actively building “ladders” to compensate for them? https://vimeo.com/348228993 (For the Handout, click here)
VIDEOS – Substance Variant is our mainstream E.D.M. projects. Substance I/O is our worship expression:
Here are some of our recent videos for Substance Variant!
Here are some of our recent videos for Substance Input / Output!
- “Good Grace”
- “Heart of God“
- “Love On the Line”
- “Lord Send Revival”
- “Awake My Soul”
- “Who is Like the Lord”
- “Surgical Love”
Peter Haas – Lead Pastor of Substance Church – an international multisite church based in Minneapolis. Peter is also a dj-turntablist who produces & tours with Substance Variant. He writes comedy books on spirituality: “Pharisectomy: How to Remove Your Inner Pharisee and Other Religiously Transmitted Diseases” (2012) and Broken Escalators (2015). See www.SubstanceChurch.com – @peterhaas1 (twitter & instagram)