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Telling the Story: Rev. Krystina Meyers

Telling the Story: Rev. Krystina Meyers

Rev. Crystal January 31, 2014 0 comments
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Name: Rev. Krystina Lea Meyers

Age: 26
Vocation: Banking- Human Resources
Education:  Bachelor of Science- Business Administration
Geography: I live in International Falls, Minnesota, but go to church in Fort Frances, Ontario.
License: Local License
Ministry: Sunday school teacher, worship leader, TCG coordinator for the Central Canadian District, and youth ministry. I have ministered in a ladies maximum security prison, gone to Sweden for three months as an AIM worker, ministered in Uganda and Kenya, as well as ministered in my local church and in my Uncle’s church in New Haven, Indiana.
Ministry Vision: My heart is in missions both global and home. God has placed in me a passion for putting my hand to the plow and building for the kingdom. As a single female things can change suddenly, which is why I don’t have plans for tomorrow, but a passion to be in God’s will and minister where ever He takes me.
Favorite Books: The Bible, Sis. Janet Trout’s books, Sis. Shirley Carson’s books, and For Preacher’s Only by Bro. Pugh.
Favorite Foods: Sushi, Walleye, perogies, cabbage rolls, and wild rice. I have learned in my travels to enjoy trying new a different foods.
Favorite pastimes: I would say that I love adventure and my favorite pastimes are the great things God has shown me in my life. From traveling to New Zealand, Australia, Sweden, Uganda, and Kenya to the waters of Rainy Lake were my family has our lake cabin. It is in these wonderful times that I have seen where my strength comes from and who orders my footsteps.
Favorite Quote: Don’t allow the fear of striking out to keep you from playing the game. In life we make mistakes, but it is by those mistakes that we grow and become who God wants us to be. Fear is the worst hindrance in our lives and something that keeps us from those grand slams that God wants for us to make.

Advice for other female leaders: My advice is to follow the voice of the Lord and don’t underestimate the power of the calling in your life. Ministry is about service and if you can’t allow the Holy Ghost to work through you, you’ll never be able to serve others the way God desires for you to be used. You’ll make mistakes in your ministry but get up, and ask God what you can learn from it.
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About The Author Rev. Crystal Rev. Crystal Schmalz is a licensed minister in the United Pentecostal Church International, holds a Master of Divinity degree from Urshan Graduate School of Theology, and a Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Humanities and History from Michigan State University. Crystal has served as a staff chaplain at Barnes Jewish Hospital, has completed five units of Clinical Pastoral Education, and is a member of ACPE. She served as a ministry staff leader for ACMNP in Yellowstone National Park and enjoys the beauty of God’s creation. She served on staff at Life Christian Church pastored by David Stephens doing outreach, guest coordination, youth leadership, Sunday school, and music ministry. She currently attends New Life Center pastored by Garry Tracy, and is involved in teaching Sunday school, preaching at nursing homes, teaching Bible Studies, and helping people connect to God and community. Crystal loves to spend time with her husband Luke, and her hobbies include writing, “thrifting,” eating ice cream, and playing Settlers of Catan and Scrabble with friends and family.

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