Building Leaders for the Next One Hundred Years


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The Century Leadership Experience is an on-going leadership development journey. One of the major vehicles for this journey is the Century Leadership Roundtable. Three times throughout the year, we will gather to grow as leaders. 

In each of these roundtables, Century Leaders have opportunities to hear from great speakers in an intimate setting with their peers. Not only will those in the Experience learn from today's best leaders, but they will also learn from each other. One more thing, each Roundtable will feature great resources!

The Century Leadership Experience also includes the 2018 Century Leadership Conference. This one-day leadership development event features a great lineup of speakers and resources!

More information about the 2018 conference will be available soon!

Registration for the CLE is currently closed, but stay tuned for information on the 2018-2019 experience!



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Each Experience Roundtable will feature talks from today's great leaders. During the Roundtable, there will be opportunities for Q&A, group discussions and developing relationships with other spiritual leaders. Each Roundtable begins at 10:00am and will end at 3:00pm, and don't worry, lunch is included!

August 24, 2017

Edmond Spring Creek
1600 SE 15th
Edmond, OK 73013

Larry Osborne has served as a Senior Pastor at North Coast Church in Vista, California since 1980. The church has grown from 128 to over 11,000 in weekend attendance, and has been honored as one of the ten most influential churches in America for its pioneering efforts in the multi-site movement, sermon-based small groups, and its creative approach to shared leadership. Larry’s books include Thriving in Babylon, Accidental Pharisees, Innovation’s Dirty Little Secret, Sticky Teams, Sticky Church, Ten Dumb Things Smart Christians Believe, Spirituality For The Rest Of Us, Mission Creep, and The Unity Factor.

November 16, 2017

Christian Chapel
7807 E. 76th
Tulsa, OK 74133

Phil Vischer made his first animated film when he was nine years old and by age fourteen was convinced he would be a filmmaker when he grew up. After a brief stint in Bible College, Phil struck out on his own, looking for a way to integrate his faith with his filmmaking.  This quest led him to a tomato and a cucumber.  The year was 1991, and Phil was a newly married 25 year-old with no financial backing and no idea how his vegetables would ever see the light of day.  Today, more than 60 million VeggieTales videos have been purchased and Phil’s faith-filled stories can be found in 1/3 of all American homes with young children.  Although Phil’s original company, Big Idea Productions, collapsed in bankruptcy in 2003, Phil continues some involvement with VeggieTales, while actively developing new ways to integrate faith and storytelling through his new company, Jellyfish Labs, including the new DVD series, What’s in the Bible?  Phil captured the breathtaking rise and heartbreaking fall of Big Idea Productions in the book Me, Myself & Bob - published by Thomas Nelson.

Phil lives with his wife Lisa (aka Junior Asparagus) and their three kids in West Chicago, Illinois.

January 18, 2018

Victory Family Church
4343 N. Flood Ave.
Norman, OK 73069

Rich Wilkerson, since 1972, has been helping people who are in crises of every description. His main function has been as a communicator. From 1980 to 1990, he spoke in person to 1.5 million students in 1700 public schools throughout the United States and Canada. Rich has traveled to 27 countries lecturing on Hope, Love, and Faith.

In 1998, he and his wife, Robyn, and their children moved to Miami, Florida to work with those in need. He and Robyn assumed their current leadership positions as co-pastors of Trinity Church, which at that time consisted of about 250 mostly Haitian people. Today, over 4,000 people call Trinity their church home each week. Rich and Robyn also founded the Peacemakers Family Center, a social service organization that has won nearly $30 million in government funding since 2000. Rich earned a Masters in organizational leadership, and is currently seeking his doctorate at Southeastern University.

Robyn Wilkerson began her journey with her husband Rich in 1973. Her achievements and successes include her position as the Vice President of a Mortgage Banking Firm in Sacramento California, serving as Co-Anchor for the National TV Show “Introduction to Life” with her father, the late Dr. Fulton Buntain, and coaching women ministry leaders to success. Robyn earned her Masters of Arts in Christian Ministry and will receive her Doctoral degree from Evangel University in Springfield, Missouri in May 2017. She is a dynamic public speaker who has lectured around the World.

Rich and Robyn are the parents of four sons, Jonfulton, Rich Jr., Graham, and Taylor, and has three Daughters-N-Love Ashley, Dawn-Chere, and Kristen, and three Grand-Darlings Israel (Izzy), Fulton, and Nora.

eager to lead.

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