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The Rev. Michael Mills The Rev. Michael Mills is rector of the Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd in Dallas, TX.

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The Rev. Michael Mills

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The Rev. Michael Mills is rector of the Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd in Dallas, TX, where he has served for 7 years. He earlier was dean and rector of the Cathedral Church of St. Matthew in Dallas, the acting dean of the Anglican School of Theology, and served in a variety of roles in other churches. 

Michael is also an attorney, having worked in two Dallas firms. He earned a master of arts in English from the University of Montevallo, his M.Div. from Nashotah House Theological Seminary, and his Juris Doctor from the University of Alabama School of Law.


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The Rev. Michael Mills

Michael Mills: Finding Spiritual Balance

Colossians 1:1-10

5th Sunday after Pentecost - Year C

July 14, 2019

The Rev. Michael Mills (TEC)

 

One of the joys of my ministry is that I am in a church that has a parish school on the same campus. Which means that I get to participate in the school's outdoor education program. Basically, I get to go camping a few weeks a year with middle school students. My favorite trip of the year is one that takes us to the deserts of southwest Texas. It is beautiful country but it is a challenging trip, not just for me, but for the seventh-grade students who are going to carry a backpack into the desert for three days and two nights. They carry their own camping supplies, and they have to partner with the adults in carrying their share of food, and the water, and the shelter for the whole group. It is, quite literally, a heavy load for a young person to carry.

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