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LARRY OSBORNE

A New Way to Get My Discipleship and Leadership Content

It’s no secret that I’m passionate about both discipleship and leadership. To provide easier access to my content and training, we’ve launched a new YouTube channel.   We’ve already uploaded a series of short videos on Raising Kids, Leading for the Long Haul, and more. I’ll obviously be adding new content on a regular basis.…

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The Two Biggest Mistakes Pastors Make When Launching A Multisite Campus

There are two huge mistakes that pastors tend to make when moving to a multisite model. They reinvent the wheel and they pick the wrong kind of person to be a campus pastor. Multisite has become so common and ubiquitous that most pastors and leadership teams assume that they can figure it out on the…

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Leading Well For the Long Haul

  Everybody wants to leave a legacy. But the reality is we can’t control the impact or the length of our legacy. We’re prophets to our own generation (Acts 13:36) who serve God, play our role and are gone. That said, how we live and lead does have an impact on our endurance. Our perspective,…

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Larry Osborne and Chris Brown Church Leadership Interview

This Video was part of “The Creative Leadership Tour: LA to San Diego.”

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Bungee Jumping Video

One of my favorite videos promoting small groups at North Coast Church.

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Innovation’s Dirty Little Secret Interview with Tony Morgan

Tony Morgan, founder of TonyMorganLive.com, interviews Larry Osborne, a teaching pastor at North Coast Church in Vista, California, about his new book “Innovations Dirty Little Secret.”

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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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