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Larry's church

Vista California , 92083
(760) 724-6700

About Larry
  • Education: Larry holds the M.Div. and D.Min. Degrees from Talbot Theological Seminary.
  • Family: Larry Osborne is the senior pastor of North Coast Church. He is a popular contributor to LEADERSHIP Journal, he writes and speaks extensively on the subject of leadership and developing healthy ministry teams. Larry and his wife, Nancy, live in Oceanside, California, with their children, Nathan, Rachel and Joshua.
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  • Why Legalism Stinks

    Contributed on Jun 13, 2007
    based on 19 ratings

    Having a clear understanding of God’s law can help us avoid the trap of legalism. King David, the apostle Paul and Jesus can each give us a healthy perspective on God’s law.

  • The Marks Of Maturity: A Leadership Checklist

    Contributed on Jun 13, 2007
    based on 15 ratings

    Spiritual growth and maturity is often accelerated under difficult circumstances. In Paul’s letter to the Thessalonians (see 1 Thessalonians 1:1-10), he describes what spiritual growth looks like in the midst of “severe suffering.”

  • How To Deal With A Controversial Passage

    Contributed on Jun 13, 2007
    based on 11 ratings

    Working your way through a controversial passage that’s dividing the ranks can at times be no small challenge. When reading the New Testament it doesn’t take long to find some examples of these kinds of controversies and their adverse impact. Paul gives

  • Beware: The Bible Can Mess You Up!

    Contributed on Jun 13, 2007
    based on 27 ratings

    This weekend we explored the difference between the proper use and the misuse of the Bible. We saw that the ultimate goal of studying and knowing the Bible is not to simply fill our minds with biblical information; it’s to change the way we think about Go

  • Lunch Bucket Christians

    Contributed on Jun 13, 2007
    based on 12 ratings

    Which of these attitudes and actions do you find hardest to exhibit? What challenges do you face in consistently exhibiting them?