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LARRY OSBORNE

The Difference Between Establishing Experience and Bragging

Larry sits down with Jusin Blaney and talks about when it is appropriate to talk about the number of people who attend your church and when this crosses the line into pridefulness.

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What I Wish I’d Known About Pastoring

You can lead a horse to water. But you can’t make him drink. If you try, you’ll regret it. Horses don’t respond too well when they have their faces shoved into the water.

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What I Wish I’d Known About Discipleship

I once thought that discipleship was something for super-saints. I thought that when you made a disciple, you made a leader. So I pressed everyone to become the equivalent of a spiritual Navy SEAL.

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What I Wish I’d Known About Finances

I’m married to an accountant, so the personal side of finances has always come easy to my family and me. From the first years of our marriage we followed a solid pattern of generosity, living within our means, and setting aside a margin. It worked out well.

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Three Keys to Innovation

IT SEEMS THAT EVERY LEADER AND ORGANIZATION WANTS TO BE INNOVATIVE. But innovation in ministry is often misunderstood.

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Happier than a Caveman with a Lighter

A fun video used to promote small groups at North Coast Church.  

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What I Wish I’d Known About Faith

Early on in my walk with God I confused faith with risk. I thought they were nearly synonymous.

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Church Finances

A video explaining Larry’s philosophy about church finances.

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Fewer People Are Calling Themselves Christians: Here’s Why That’s A Good Thing

The magazine Christianity Today recently reported the results of a national poll that showed a huge drop in the number of people who self-identify as Protestant Christians.

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