Dr. Jeremy Roberts, Lead Pastor
Dr. Jeremy Roberts, 32, has served as the Lead Pastor of Church of the Highlands in Chattanooga, TN since April, 2012. Under his leadership, The Highlands "re-planted" out of a dead downtown church in Highland Park to a thriving contemporary congregation in the northern suburbs of Chattanooga. The church has tripled in size and reaches people living in Alabama, Georgia, and Tennessee since it re-planted January 20, 2013 while concentrating on reaching the un-churched and de-churched.
Previously, he pastored Pleasant Hill Church, Lenoir City, Tennessee and interim pastored First Baptist Church of Blue Ridge, Texas. Dr. Roberts currently serves as an online Adjunct Professor at both Midwestern Seminary & Liberty University and previously served as a Professor at Criswell College, Dallas, TX. Dr. Roberts served on staff with missions organizations in Texas and Virginia. Additionally, he has also served as personal assistant and intern to influential leaders such as Dr. Jack Graham, Prestonwood Baptist Church, Plano, TX; Dr. Ronnie Floyd, Cross Church, Northwest AR; and Dr. Jay Strack, Student Leadership University, Orlando, FL.
Jeremy earned his Master of Divinity (MDiv) from Southwestern Seminary in Fort Worth, TX and his Bachelor of Science (BS), Master of Arts (MA), and Doctor of Ministry (DMin) from Liberty University where he served as President of the student body. Jeremy was born in Atlanta and raised in both Dallas and Virginia Beach. His wife, the former Charity Hope Crisp, is a native of Knoxville, who earned a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) from Union University in Jackson, TN. They have two daughters, Autumn & Lily.
Connect with Pastor Jeremy online: Twitter | Facebook | Blog | Email
Listen to the Jeremy Roberts Leadership Podcast on iTunes.
Buy Pastor's Books Online:
- 40 Days of Revival
- Dream Home: 7 Keys to Spiritual Growth in Your Family
- Joel: A Practical Commentary On the 29th Book of the Bible
- I Love My Church
- Toxic Relationships
- 40 Days of Family
- Jesus Is . . .