How to End Mediocre Weekend Experiences – Episode 73 | The Unstuck Church Podcast | 12/19/2018 | Tony Morgan
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This is our last episode for 2018! In case you’re new to The Unstuck Church Podcast, we first launched in September 2016, but this was the first full year that we released a new episode every single week. We had more than 150,000 downloads this year, and you made that happen!

To wrap up the year, we wanted to take a look back at the conversations that seemed to have the biggest connection—the topics pastors kept bringing up when we talked with them, and that kept getting downloads and shares on social media.

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In short, we wanted to make sure one of the most important conversations we had this year got a second chance.

So, today we’re revisiting the conversation from our most downloaded episode of 2018. It happened a while ago (the original was Episode 28). You may have missed it the first time around. But even if you didn’t, we’d encourage you to listen one more time.

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This conversation has the potential to help you make some effective shifts to how you’re doing weekend services.

In this conversation, I shared with Amy the three most common issues our team has collectively seen plaguing weekend church services—the things most pastors don’t see that keep the overall experience from giving people a compelling reason to show up and invite friends.

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You’ll get a fresh perspective on the services you put so much effort into providing. All of the issues we share are fixable once you see them—but you have to see them first.

In this conversation, we discussed:

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We’ll be talking about this more on Facebook and Twitter this week. Listen to the episode and then join in. Some things we are hoping to discuss:

What allows us to let mediocre weekend experiences continue on and on for years without it ever feeling urgent enough to address?

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