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Pastor Mark Jeske

Pastor Mark Jeske

Pastor Mark Jeske brought the good news of Jesus Christ to viewers of Time of Grace for 18 years. He is currently the senior pastor at St. Marcus Church, a thriving multicultural congregation in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Mark is the author of several books and dozens of devotional booklets on various topics. He and his wife, Carol, have four adult children.

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Life’s Challenges

My procrastination

I get a lot of laughs from “demotivation” posters—you know, the ones designed to look like inspirational office artwork but that instead have a…

Living My Faith

Church jargon: Latin terms

If you want to study music, you have to learn some Italian. Can you say adagio, andante, allegro? If you want to be a…

Living My Faith

What’s fellowship?

Every business has its own jargon, i.e., insider talk that makes total sense to the old guard and is confusing and embarrassing to the…

Living My Faith

Love your congregation

I’ve become a total perfectionist when it comes to dining out. There are so many entertainment choices these days that if a restaurant disappoints…

Living My Faith

Don’t ever say, “just a layperson”

No Christians want weak pastors at their congregations. Church members want a pastor who is a good speaker; a hard worker; a good manager;…

Bible 101

It’s great to be Jewish

Jewish people have suffered from anti-Semitism for thousands of years. Satan must have a bitter and permanent grudge against the nation that gave the…

Living My Faith

You can learn to be content

Literature is full of stories that offer explanations of why things happen. Shakespeare presented Romeo and Juliet as star-crossed lovers, i.e., their deaths were…

Living My Faith

Teachers from hell

The digital revolution has brought enormous good to our world, but like every technological advance, it’s brought bad things too. We can get news…

Social Issues

Love your country

It might be my imagination, but it sure seems to me that our country is getting more polarized every year. Politically, of course—election seasons…

Who is God?

Love your God

A million songs and a million poems and a million stories have been written about the meaning of love. You may have your own…

Living My Faith

Who, me? Pessimistic?

A woman I know has the habit of giving people only one chance. If disappointed even once, she will drop the person from her…

Friends & Family

The church is people

People can be forgiven for thinking of the church as real estate or buildings. After all, those are seemingly the most permanent features of…