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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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Good medicine

You are probably aware that the United States leads the world in consumption of antidepressant drugs—one in five adults gets prescription medication of one…

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Mission impossible

If I were Jonah, I would have run away from God’s call too. But for the opposite reason. I would have fled because the…

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Plan and pray

So—when you want to accomplish something significant, is it important to plan or pray? The answer, once again, is Yes. It’s another of the…

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What am I doing here?

In every board game I’ve ever played, it is absolutely vital that everyone starts out even. In the game of life, however, we all…

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Recognition blues

It’s nice when your efforts are noticed, isn’t it? It’s nice to be appreciated, nice to be thanked, nice to be recognized publicly. One…

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Humbly self-aware

Satan just cannot abide Christians walking peacefully and happily along the middle of the road of our lives. He will either try to shove…

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Lord, give me patience with my healing

One of the great mysteries of life as a Christian is our lack of understanding of God’s divine timetable. Why does he do what…

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Entitlement sickness

In our country the consumer is king. Or queen. Businesses fall over each other trying to give consumers what they want, or the herd…

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He’s just waiting to be asked

“Why should I bother praying? If God is as omniscient as you Christians say, he should know what I need and just give it….

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When leaders go first, people will follow

Five friends are wasting time trying to decide where to have lunch. One wants speed, one wants ambience, one wants a particular cuisine, yada…

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Find joy in little things

Those of us who own old houses have a maxim: “Never say you’ll be happy when the house is all fixed up, because then…

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My impulsiveness

Look before you leap.” Ha! That’s for other people, right? I know when to buy a car, buy a house, sign a contract, or…