Welcome

Welcome to markdupre.com. This site is dedicated to a variety of my Christian-related blogs, articles and dialogues. I hope it’s helpful, informational, thought-provoking, and occasionally challenging. There are several different categories here, so take a few moments to check them all out. Thanks and God bless!

Note: Other sites by this author are film-prof.com, dedicatedtogrammar.com, and actlikeagrownup.com.

12 thoughts on “Welcome

  1. Hi Mark,
    I just checked an old email account and saw you launched a book!! Why doesn’t that surprise me! As a fellow Marionite, I’d love to catch up with you. I’ll leave a better email address for you. Jim Kohler

  2. I love your daily devotional and only wish I had known about it sooner. It’s now my favorite part of every morning. Thank you and many blessings upon you!

  3. Your devotional is a huge blessing! The Lord speaks to me daily through it. Thank you so much for your commitment. Have you thought of publishing it as a book/yearly devotional?

  4. Hi Mark-
    I thoroughly enjoyed your presentation at the Liftbridge. I invite you to check out my website. Glad to know that you and your humor are out there.
    Craig

  5. Hello, Mark. It’s your college-age friend and small group attender from your days on the Upper West Side, at whose wedding you sang! Glad to find your site. I see you and your family have been bearing fruit. Drop me a line, I’ll catch you up. Our love to Diane. (Tell her “Cereal cold”)
    Jeff

    • Jeff: Got your message–thanks! We’re doing well. Oh, my, so much water under the bridge since the ’80s! Yes, my three children are doing well–all quite different in some ways, yet all having the same kind of humor. A lawyer, a musician, and an accountant! Can you give me your email address and I’ll do better than this short note? My most common email is pastormark@cccbrockport.org. Take a hug!

      Mark

  6. Pastor DuPrue, I received your devotional “My Light and My Salvation”. PTL. I am so pleased and blessed by this devotional. Thank you for your insights. Sometime back, my Pastor at that time said “we are beggars showing other beggars where the bread is”, thank you for showing this beggar the Bread of Life.

    • Thank you, Gale, for taking the time to write. I pray it will continue to bless you throughout the year. So grateful for your kind comments.

      • Hello, Mark,

        It’s Jeff Benz. From the Upper West Side of the 1980s.

        I left a comment a while ago on your blog, but as I realized later it was on a page that was commented on infrequently (most recently in 2014), so maybe you don’t check the comments on that page very often (I don’t know how it works).

        For that matter, I don’t know if contacting you is as simple as hitting “reply” here, either.

        Anyway, as I wrote at greater length elsewhere, how are you? Glad to see you and Diane and your three kids are thriving. If you want to catch up, shoot me an e-mail.

        God bless,

        Jeff

        On Tue, Dec 29, 2015 at 10:16 AM, “Mark DuPré” wrote:

  7. Mr.Dupre I just got finished reading ( How to Act Like a GROWN-UP) Excellent! I have to say I grow up when I gave my life to Jesus, but you are never to old to learn. My daughter is already 26 years old but I AM going to tell her about this book. Also, my sister has a son that is 13 and daughter that is 10 of age. I told her about the book and she whats to read with her kids. I will share this book with others who have teenager and young adult.

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