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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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Bible 101

Don’t get too attached

The cities of Sodom and Gomorrah have become legendary as benchmarks for violent depravity and the drastic punishment brought upon them by God. Though…

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Abide with me

The risen Lord Jesus gave an extraordinary gift to two disciples from his wider acquaintance, to a man named Cleopas and his friend. Without…

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Memorial stones

I’m a visual person, and I bet you are too. When I receive a gift from a friend, I like to display it where…

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I’m hungry to learn, Lord

All educators will tell you that it’s never too late to learn. They love growing in knowledge and want to encourage people of all…

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Unlikely Lenten preachers: Roman soldiers

Foreign soldiers performing garrison duty in a conquered territory that hated them knew to be on their guard at all times. They also quickly…

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Unlikely Lenten preachers: Pontius Pilate

The Romans were justifiably proud of their legal system, elements of which form the backbone of Western law today. It didn’t take the Roman…

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Unlikely Lenten preachers: The Sanhedrin

Trial by a jury of your peers is one of the features of the American justice system of which we are most proud. In…

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Unlikely Lenten preachers: Caiaphas

It’s a basic principle of any legal justice system that people should not be convicted or suffer penalties for the offenses of others. And…

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The stakes are higher now

Jesus told his disciples once that those to whom much had been given, from them much would be expected and even demanded. God’s self-revelation…

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Why do I exist?

On his second missionary journey, St. Paul traveled to the center of the ancient city of Athens to start a conversation with the Greeks…

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Magnificat: He kept his word to Abraham

Mary’s Advent joy was communal. She was excited not only for herself but for her nation as well. And not just because of a…

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Magnificat: They will call me blessed

A magnifying glass makes things look really big, and a magnificent event is huge fun. The title of the virgin Mary’s poetic outburst of…