About Sean Mills

Married with 2 fine daughters 8 yrs. of service with Food for the Hungry My passion - to help stewards honor God with what He's placed in their hands.
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Stay seated on your throne, steward

  Abdicate – “to renounce or relinquish a throne, right, power, claim, responsibility …”   The movie “The King’s Speech” tells the fascinating story of two royal brothers struggling in their ascent to the throne. The usual storyline would involve a fight for the throne with all its intrigues and abuses of power. None of that here. […]

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Important to do … but not now

  Me to my girls:  “When was the last time you wrote Macua (our sponsored child) a letter?” Silence. Me to my girls: “How about you make a card for Macua sometime today. Getting a card from you would really make her day, you know.” My reluctant writers Why is it that my two girls rarely […]

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Protecting precious girls

My girls I have the incredible honor to be “dad” to two tween girls. By nature I want to protect them. As a steward before God, I take my responsibility to protect them even more seriously. I protect because they’re precious both to me and to God who gave them to me. My girls are growing up […]

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“Visiting” makes me a better giver

Kitties Galore Three days after moving into our home last May, we discovered a couple of tiny, abandoned kittens in our yard. Of course, my 9 and 11 year-old daughters believed this was providential. My wife and I had other words for it. We had said no to pets the past five years while living […]

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Give Like a Wise Man

‘Tis the season for gift-giving! The exchange of gifts at Christmas is something special at any age. The pleasure of giving and receiving with those I know best and care about most never gets dull. But that specialness ramped up to a whole new level once I had kids old enough to understand it. There’s nothing […]

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How Can I Escape the Trap of More, More, More?

how much is enough?

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“You are now the proud owner of . . .”

This month my wife and I become the proud owners of our first home. Ta-dah! Aint she a beauty? A little late to ownership, perhaps, seeing how a 30 year mortgage means I could still be paying it off at age 72. (Happy thought indeed!) Still, it feels good to have that piece of the […]

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Run like a hamster or climb like a monkey?

My family recently moved across the country. There’s nothing like a move to make one feel like a hamster in his wheel! It got me thinking about how easily I can get duped into thinking that my role as a “good and faithful steward” is to run faster and harder. Run like a hamster. There […]

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