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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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Living My Faith

Faith and obedience are good for business

There is a sad cynicism in our land that the entire world of work is rigged, that only privileged insiders profit, that hard work…

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God’s judgment timetable

One of the sad features of our broken lives on a broken planet is that justice is often murky and delayed and sometimes seems…

Friends & Family

I know I’m right

I hope you and I never get into an argument. I’m pretty stubborn, and even when seeming to yield, I’m probably just pretending to…

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Evidence of the Spirit: Forbearance

What a blessing it is to live so deep into the 21st century! The internet, search engines, apps, and the cloud all make it…

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Evidence of the Spirit: Joy

I must admit that I am drawn to joyful people. By that I don’t necessarily mean joke tellers (although I like them too). Humor…

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Hosanna youth choir

Jesus’ disciples had a problem with Jesus’ child followers, and ironically so did his enemies. The crowds of people who welcomed King Jesus to…

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Worship is rejoicing

There’s a lot of logical content to our worship life. There are stories to be told, analyzed, and digested. There are doctrinal truths to…

Friends & Family

Lies: I need everyone’s approval

To some degree everybody needs to be liked. Mainly that’s a good thing. Friends can make our lives a lot better—they can bring encouragement,…

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God’s kingdom work starts so small

I love reading the history of congregations and church bodies, especially the stories of their founding and early days. How tiny the groups were…

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Worship is remembering

The Deists in England and colonial America in the 1700s believed in a God who created the world, but they had no confidence that…

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Abusive talk

One of my children patiently explained to me once why he would ridicule and belittle his younger sibling. “Dad,” he said, “I’m just getting…

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Ambition in the church

These are hard days to be in authority in the church. We live in an age of severe antiauthoritarianism. It seems as if nobody…