Sean studied Theater and Criminal Justice with a focus on Sociology at the University of Akron and then went on to receive a BA in Youth Ministries from Eastern University.
And yes, he knows that theater and criminal justice/sociology don’t mix. His “face for radio” and the call of God ultimately won out and led him to a career in ministry.
Sean has served in vocational ministry, both church world and parachurch ministry since 1995. For over 20 years Sean served in different roles within Young Life Ministries. Some of those roles include Mission Staff in Copley, Ohio, and Area Director positions for Greater Akron/Medina County, and Florence, South Carolina. Sean has also served as Youth Director for Copley UMC and as the Youth and Young Adult Minister at Northside Christian Church in Wadsworth, Ohio.
BRIEFLY DESCRIBE YOUR ROLE AND DUTIES AT FRESHWATER:
I have the privilege of coming alongside our people as they walk through their father journeys. That means helping people plug into discipleship, growth, and fellowship opportunities where they can go deeper with Jesus and closer
TELL US ABOUT YOUR FAMILY:
I have been married to the love of my life Charleen for 20+ years and we have been blessed with three kids. Arianna the lover, Braedyn the jokester, and Chessa the thinker. We also have menagerie of animals made up of Cash the German shepherd, Tango and Tito the guard cats, Dynamite the gecko, and the feathered ladies (the hens).
WHAT IS YOUR IDEA OF A PERFECT DAY OFF?
Sunny, 75-80 degrees, no humidity, and doing something the whole family enjoys. That could be in the mountains, the beach, or just in our backyard.
MOST USED EMOJI ON YOUR PHONE? 👍
YOU HAVE YOUR OWN LATE NIGHT TALK SHOW. WHO DO YOU INVITE AS YOUR FIRST GUEST?
WHAT WAS YOUR LEAST FAVORITE FOOD AS A CHILD? DO YOU EAT IT AS AN ADULT?
Lima beans!!! And no way!!
WHAT IS A BOOK THAT YOU’VE READ LATELY THAT HAS IMPACTED YOUR LIFE?
Take Heart by Matt Chandler
IF YOU COULD ELIMINATE ONE THING FROM YOUR DAILY ROUTINE, WHAT WOULD IT BE AND WHY?
Putting on socks. Socks rob me of joy. I bet if you think about it you would agree.