I’m incredibly passionate to bring glory to Jesus by teaching others about leadership, creativity, church growth, and vision. That’s why I write this blog, write books, and host a leadership podcast.

About Jeremy

Follower of Jesus

Husband, Father of 2 Girls

Lead Pastor of Brushy Creek Baptist Church, Taylors, SC

Adjunct Professor at Liberty University & Midwestern Seminary

Author of Several Books

Leadership. Church Growth. Vision. Creativity

I am married with two children and serve as the Lead Pastor of Brushy Creek Baptist Church, Taylors, SC; Adjunct Professor at Liberty University and Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary; write lots of books and blog posts; and host a weekly leadership podcast.

– BS in Religion, Liberty University (’05)
– MA in Religion, Liberty University (’07)
– MDiv in Biblical Languages, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary (’07)
– DMin in Church Growth, Liberty University (’09)

– Intern: Great Hills Baptist Church Austin, TX
– Intern: First Baptist Church of Roanoke, VA
– Pastor’s Assistant: Cross Church, Springdale, AR
– Dr. Jay Strack’s Research Assistant: Student Leadership University, Orlando, FL
– Pastor’s Intern: Prestonwood Baptist Church, Plano, TX
– Lead Pastor: Refuge Church at Pleasant Hill, Lenoir City, TN
– Minister/Church Relations Assoc: Southern Baptists of TX Convention, Grapevine, TX
– Lead Pastor: Church of the Highlands, Chattanooga, TN
– Lead Pastor: Brushy Creek Baptist Church, Taylors, SC


This website, and the social media outlets I use, exist for me to build on four key pillars: equipping people in the areas church growth, leadership, creativity, and how to cast vision.

Here’s the typical weekly schedule of what is posted on JeremyRoberts.org:

  • Sundays: My sermon notes from that week’s message
  • Mondays: A new episode from The Jeremy Roberts Audio Experience, which is my weekly leadership podcast

  • Tuesdays-Thursdays: Articles that are typically 500-600 words in length, along with an audio version of the articles that last 4:00-5:00 in length.