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In this episode of The Leadership Unstuck Podcast, I talk to Gabe Kolstad, Lead Pastor of Westside Community Church in Beaverton, Oregon about the creative process and how to make church services less predictable.

New things are often uncomfortable. It’s easier to do what we’ve always done and hope, somehow, the results will be different in the future. But it takes risk and intentionality to create remarkable moments that will connect people to your weekend services.

In this episode, you will discover:

  • Reasons why churches tend to get stuck in a rut.
  • How to walk through the creative process and who to involve.
  • Practical ways to successfully move beyond the routine and add life to your weekend services.

Additional Resources:

Predictable: It Feels Like I Am Attending the Same Worship Service Every Sunday

Predictable: 9 Reasons Your Church Services Are Stuck in a Rut

Predictable: 4 Biases to Promote Creativity and Make Services More Engaging

10 Keys to Leading Creative People

Why Creativity Matters in the Church

Top 2 Creativity Crushers

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We would love to hear about some of the intentional steps that you plan to take this month to help you move beyond predictability in your weekend services. Comment on this post or share on social media using the hashtag #unstuck.

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