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My name is Krystal Tomlin, I recently moved to Maryland from Orlando, Florida. I enjoy music, health and fitness, meeting new people and a well constructed grill cheese (among many other pescetarian friendly foods -- minus the shellfish of course--)! Any ministry that encompasses any of these things and gives me an opportunity to serve the God that I love so much is alright with me!

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Krystal Tomlin

Krystal Tomlin

My name is Krystal Tomlin, I recently moved to Maryland from Orlando, Florida. I enjoy music, health and fitness, meeting new people and a well constructed grill cheese (among many other pescetarian friendly foods -- minus the shellfish of course--)! Any ministry that encompasses any of these things and gives me an opportunity to serve the God that I love so much is alright with me!

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IMG 20120609 135222You know that feeling you get when you say you're going to do something and you actually do it? You know the feeling!  Especially knowing how many other times you said you should, or you would, or you could, but in reality you didn't!  Well if that's not your testimony it sure is mine!

I thank God for a successful day of ministry on Sabbath!  If you didn't get to join the group who visited with our neighbors at Chillum Oaks and the fire department, or the group who braved the heat as we passed out cold water and reading materials to the folks we met in the Langley Park Shopping Plaza area...you definitely missed out on an encouraging and humbling experience.

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tn living water for a thirsty soul wide t nvMany of us have been coming to Prep School and being spiritually fed for the past year and growing more and more each day. Like the disciples, we are being trained and groomed not for just our own benefit, but to go out and share God with others. Thankfully I've been learning that I don't necessarily need to be the preacher or even the teacher.  I can simply be a doer, for others!

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