His civic involvement has shaped his social consciousness
regarding a prophetic justice religion. Bishop Freeman
seamlessly blended the sacred and secular duality of his
ministry and training by serving as First Vice President of the
NAACP Nashville Branch. He honed that skill set serving as
Executive Assistant to the National Youth and College
President traveling the length and breadth of the Country
establishing and reinforcing existing chapters at HBCU’s.
Freeman is member of several civic and social organizations,
including Hiram #4 PHA and was duly initiated into Omega Psi
Phi, Fraternity, Inc. in 2002.
Throughout his life and ministry, Bishop Freeman has
demonstrated a caliber of leadership well beyond his years.
Recognized as a man from humble beginnings, he is a teacher,
humanitarian, philanthropist, businessman, community leader
and volunteer. Bishop Freeman is an anointed man of God,
who is rapidly becoming a voice calling for substantial
national referendums which will enhance the quality of life for
Bishop Mark Freeman is the ﬁfth Pastor of Second Missionary
Baptist Church at Racine, Wisconsin. As Senior Pastor of
Second Missionary Baptist Church Inc., Bishop Freeman is
providing powerful and positive leadership to a thriving
congregation as well as, to a community desperately in need
of a caring and loving shepherd. His commitment to
excellence and attention to the smallest detail continue to
propel the ministry to higher dimensions.
Bishop Freeman is called upon often to preach, teach and
lecture in churches, conferences, and corporate meetings
throughout the United States and in various countries around
the world. His travels have taken him to The Grand Bahamas,
Trinidad Tobago and Hawaii.
Bishop Freeman is married to the former Valerie Iresha Webb;
she is his partner in life. Valerie holds a baccalaureate degree
in Electrical Engineering with emphasis in computer
engineering from Tennessee State University. They share in
loving and parenting two sons Jacob and Jo’El.