About Mark

J. Mark Fox serves Antioch Community Church as Pastor and one of the seven elders. Mark is a native of Winston-Salem, went to school at UNC (B.A., M.A.) where he met his wife, Cindy. They have been married for 37 years (as of June 2019) and have seven children, ages 35 to 20: Micah, Caleb, Hannah, Luke, Jesse, Judah, and Susanna. He has three daughters-in-law, Kari Shoemaker Fox, married to Micah on May 3, 2008, Celia Henry Fox, married to Caleb on June 9, 2012, and Koehna Jordan Fox, married to Jesse on June 4, 2016. Micah and Kari have four sons, Blake, Seth, Owen, and Ian, and one daughter, Liza! Mark has one son-in-law: Hannah married Isaiah Maher on September 19, 2015, and they have three daughters (Katie, Emma, and Violet).

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Mark is the author of A Faithful Man, published in 2012, and Age-Integrated Church, published in 2016, which tells the story of how God changed the vision and the direction for Antioch over the years, and gives a blueprint of sorts for planting an age-integrated church. He is also the author of Real Life Moments: a Dad’s Devotional (2008), and Planting a Family-Integrated Church (2009). He was a weekly columnist for the Times-News in Burlington for 15 years, and now writes a column once every five weeks for them. His columns have won five Amy Awards (2004, 2005, 2006, 2010, 2012) which are “designed to recognize creative, skillful writing that presents in a sensitive, thought-provoking manner the biblical position on issues affecting the world today” (www.amyfound.org). Mark also speaks at home school conferences and does men’s conferences, marriage conferences (with Cindy) and pastors’ conferences in places like Moldova, Germany, Kenya, and Colombia.

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