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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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Judging talk

Being “judgmental” is one of the greatest social sins you can commit today. You can hold any ideas you may care to, but you…

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What am I living for?

From the moment our eyes pop open in the morning, we are driven by our appetites, our physical and emotional wants and needs. All…

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Lying talk

Why do people tell lies? Well, that’s easy. Because lying might enable guilty people to escape responsibility and consequences for their misdeeds. Because lying…

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People notice generosity

All promoters of their particular version of religion are good talkers. They all have a particular value proposition that they are peddling. People who…

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Joy and sorrow intertwined

Have you ever noticed how closely joy and sorrow are intertwined in our lives? You just can’t separate them, though you may wish you…

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Schadenfreude not allowed

Laughing at and enjoying other people’s misfortunes is in our DNA. Renaissance-era puppeteers invented the “Punch and Judy” routines where one puppet with a…

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Complaining talk

We all know the saying, “I’d complain, but nobody wants to hear it.” We all nod. We agree in theory. Who wants to hear…

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Still at risk

How different Israelite society was 3,400 years ago! The conquest of Canaan had just begun; most of the people had a subsistence lifestyle and…

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Pray for leaders

You know the old saying about what drives the value of real estate, right? Location, location, location. Do you know what drives the growth…

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Dependence day

In the United States, the Fourth of July is a national holiday. It commemorates the date on which the Continental Congress adopted Mr. Jefferson’s…

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Super seniors: Abraham

The older I get, the more “senior moments” I have. You know what those are, don’t you? Where you try to pull up a…

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Divine dithering

The Kingdom of Judah had finally collapsed, collapsed in every way—economically, militarily, socially, politically. The few surviving army officers and inhabitants of Jerusalem took…