Jessica LaGrone

Jessica LaGrone

Jessica LaGrone is an acclaimed pastor, teacher, speaker, and writer whose engaging communication style endears her to her audiences. Currently she is Pastor of Worship at The Woodlands United Methodist Church in The Woodlands, Texas, a church with over 8,000 members. In this position she serves as worship architect, planning and developing four of the church’s seven weekly worship experiences and working with contractors whose talent in music, media, and preaching build worship services that shine for the glory of God. Her other projects include leading the development of The Woodland UMC’s online church initiative and acting as the church’s pastoral liaison and chaplain to the Asbury Theological Seminary program. Her popular blog “Reverend Mother” encompasses her dual roles of pastor and mom. She writes, “This is a blog about having a foot in two worlds, and being imperfect, inadequate, and available to God in both at the same time.” Jessica enjoys speaking at retreats and events at churches throughout the United States. She and her husband, Jim, have two young children, Drew and Kate.

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Resources

Under Wraps | Leader Guide

Under Wraps | Leader Guide

Broken and Blessed - Women's Bible Study Leader Kit

Broken and Blessed - Women's Bible Study Leader Kit

Under Wraps | DVD

Under Wraps | DVD

Namesake | Women's Bible Study Leader Guide

Namesake | Women's Bible Study Leader Guide

Articles

Naming Jacob: The Power of Words

By Jessica LaGrone
Words are powerful, and we should be mindful of that when we speak them over our friends, our family, and especially our children. This clip is from Jessica Lagrone's teaching… read more

Namesake

By Jessica LaGrone
In the classroom I answered to the name of Jessica, but as soon as we hit the playground for recess I had an alter ego, a code name. I was Crystal. The playground was a place of… read more

Ditto

By Jessica LaGrone
I remember the conversations we had when trying to find a name for our first child Drew. We decided to continue a family tradition of giving a kid his dad's first name as his… read more