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Marty Hasz
Christopher R. Johnson
Rev. Mark Loder
Jeremy Klaustermeier
Rushia Klassen
Leanita Buchanan
Robert Buchanan
Susan Millsaps
Michelle Downey
Trevor Buhr
Sarah DeYoung
Derek Crawford
Rev. James Fuchs
Cort Thomas
Mark Johnson
Brian Virtue
Phil Heiser
Nicholas DeYoung
Krista McCutcheon
Michelle Argue
Andrew Caudal
Josh Gerber
Jonathan Griffith
Bennie Bourn
Fred Flintstone
Dwight Schettler

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Rev. Hasz is a family man. He & his wife have three sons and live in the rolling hills of Cape Girardeau near the Mississippi River in Southeast Missouri. Rev. Hasz says, “What I love about serving the Lord in full-time ministry is seeing a person or a group of people light up with the joy of the Good News of our Lord Jesus.” Rev. Hasz loves to spend time in God’s creation with his family hiking, mountain biking, traveling & snow skiing, when headed north to visit extended family.

Rev. Marty Hasz holds a Master of Arts in mental health counseling from Southeast Missouri State University. He is a Licensed Professional Counselor specializing in Emotionally Focused Therapy. Rev. Hasz served as a Director of Christian Education in the Indiana District before ministering as a Pastor in Missouri. He is a Christian Reconciler through Ambassadors of Reconciliation and has been leading people through biblical personal & group peace-making, with LCMS church workers and congregations since 2015. Rev. Hasz has served full-time with the Missouri District-LCMS as the Director of Church Worker Support since January, 2020.

My wife and I have 3 boys who are growing from their older teen years into their young 20's. We spend our family time outdoors hiking, fishing, working on the yard & cars and upping our golf game. We keep busy at church by supporting congregational fellowship and singing on the praise team.

We joined Good Shepherd Lutheran Chapel during the pandemic and as I took a call to serve with the Missouri District-LCMS. It is a small to medium sized congregation with a full-time called pastor, a part-time organist/praise band/bell choir director, a volunteer choir director and a full-time office worker. We sponsor and run a variety of service projects/ministries throughout the year including Stephen's Ministries, adult small group Bible studies, monthly fellowship meals for the general congregation, tuition sponsorship for member-students enrolled in local Lutheran Schools, Phil's Friends which provides care packages & visitation with cancer-center patients.

Personal Disclosures

Experience and Education

As an international ministry, we receive cases that require cultural sensitivity and awareness. Please describe your experience working in other cultures and any additional information that would be helpful for us to know, such as your ethnic heritage, languages spoken, and time spent living abroad.

I am Caucasian and grew up in suburban Indianapolis, Indiana. I have traveled to Europe where I visited 5 different countries on a two week trip, spent one week on a mission trip to Guatemala, visited Canada briefly, lived in Wisconsin for a year, lived in California two summers during college and lived in Missouri since 2008. Regarding heritage, I descend from German Lutherans and early American Kentuckians mixed with Cherokee. In my masters in counseling training I took a class on cultural integration to counsel people different than myself.

American English.

I have taken all of the courses offered by Ambassadors of Reconciliation including Coaching & Mediation, Advanced Coaching & Mediation and Arbitration. I am a professionally licensed mental health counselor with the State of Missouri. The counselor training masters degree includes helping people in conflict, group counseling and I have begun training with Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) which includes helping couples in conflict.

1. High School: Peer Ministry Training with experience as a peer minister through my senior year at Lutheran High School of Indianapolis. Graduated 1988.
2. Undergrad: Concordia University, BA in Elementary Education & DCE Specialization. 4 year degree with 5th year internship completed in1993.
3. Calling & Caring Ministry: 40 hours of training in 11 different listening skills, 1999.
4. Strategic Communication Skills leader training: 40 hours of training to teach Calling & Caring Ministry, 2000.
5. Kindle: ~2004
6. M-Div. Seminary, Certification & Ordination, Church plant training: 2008-2012
Masters in Counseling: 2019
7. AoR Reconciler.
8. LPC: 2023
9. Mental Health First Aid Training & Instructor Certification: 2023

2020-Current: Missouri District-LCMS, Director of Church Worker Support.
2011-2020: Eisleben Lutheran Church, Vicar & Pastor.
2008-2012: Concordia Seminary, student.
2008-2011: Concordia Seminary Campus Security, Security Supervisor.
1999-2008: Our Shepherd Lutheran Church & School, Director of Christian Education.
1993-1999: St. Paul Lutheran Church, Director of Christian Education.
1992-1993: St. John Lutheran Church, Director of Christian Education Intern.
1988-1992: Concordia University-River Forest (Chicago), student.
1990: Curry Company, Yosemite National Park Tuolumne Meadows Rooms-keeper, summer job.
1989: Pine Tree Market, Wawona Yosemite National Park, clerk, summer job.
1986-1988: Hardees, cook/closer.
1977-1986: Indianapolis Star & News, Paperboy.

Ambassadors of Reconciliation is the only service which trained me to provide mediation/arbitration services. See AoR profile for specific training dates. Here are approximations:
2019: Teaching AoR Seminar, Chapel of the Cross-St. Louis
2020: Coaching & Mediation, Pioneer Camp & Retreat Center.
2021: Advanced Coaching & Mediation, online course.
2023: Arbitration, online course.
Experiences: Since 2019 I have been doing personal coaching. I have facilitated multiple mediations, taught Go & Be Reconciled/Reconciliation vs. Conflict Management as mini-courses and full courses (multiple occasions), co-mediated with Rev. Ed Keinath twice. See answers from question #4 above regarding other specialized trainings.

No other memberships of other Dispute Resolution organizations.

8. Please check any areas of conflict resolution in which you have particular interest or expertise:

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