6 Steps To Avoid Predictable Services

It can be easy for your church service or your event to get in a rut, especially if it happens every month or weekly, like a Sunday service. Over 52 weeks a year, your creative teams can start to tank out. When this happens, they start to rely on past successes instead of creating dynamic, new ones. When you get to this point, your services have become predictable and you’re in a rut.

Regardless of how you structure your services, if they’re timed out to the minute, or if they’re open ended, Ben Stapley provides  a number of steps to help develop dynamic services. Hopefully these will get you in a fresh perspective and help you put your best creative foot forward.

Team Application Guide


Team Application Guide

In this Application Guide, we will be working through each of the 6 steps Ben shared with us in the video and giving you leading questions in order to challenge yourself and your team to think outside the box and avoid making your services predictable.

To begin, print out the notes for this video and go through the teaching video, either by yourself or maybe together as a team. Write down anything major that stands out to you in the video so you can share after. Then print off a copy of this Application Guide for yourself and for your team. Work through the Team Discussion Questions listed below with your team and then begin working individually or as a team together through the What’s Next Section.

Related Workshops

"You have surely done your homework. I don’t know anything quite like this.  I really love it.  Clean, organized, and easy to follow."  


Jason  -  Excecutive Pastor


I must say, this is an incredible idea. The creative way that you display the information really keeps my attention.   I am already planning on showing at least one of these videos in our staff meeting each week so my entire team can learn some bite-size, practical information."   


Jarred -  Excecutive Pastor  


And become a more confident leader today!