Cynthia L. Simmons is the mother of five and retired president of Christian Authors Guild. Imperfect and down to earth, she uses her experience to model God’s grace for all who accept and speaks from the heart of a spiritual mom.
She hosts Heart of the Matter Radio and her podcast releases new episodes every Thursday evening, encouraging women worldwide with God's timeless wisdom.
Fond of the times past, she writes both historical fiction and nonfiction, while combining history and scripture to ministers to women of all ages. However, she has a special place in her heart for homeschool mothers.
While she loves writing—books, blogs, articles, and notes—Cynthia also enjoys traveling around the nation speaking at homeschool events, bookstores, libraries, and churches. Plus, conducts writing workshops and leads retreats.
Cynthia is a huge fan of tea, sugar, the color purple, orchids, her community of friends, and weekly ballroom dancing with her husband.
"When I stand at the foot of the cross, I keep my balance. I know I'm a sinner, but I remember that I'm loved and forgiven."
"Cynthia's presentation helped me tremendously." -An anonymous homeschool mom
- Cynthia has a heart for encouraging women in today’s crazy, upside-down world.
- She loves history and peppers her speaking and teaching with fascinating vignettes from the past.
- When researching, Cynthia tends to get attached to women from the past.
- She enjoys doing impersonations of the women she loves.
- "Cyndi" was born in Chattanooga, TN.
- She graduated from Erlanger School of Nursing and became an RN
- Her parents named her Cynthia Lynn so that she'd have the same initials as her father, C.L. Thomas.
- She married Ray in 1978 and they are madly in love.
- Cynthia homeschooled all five of her children through high school. She laughs about how she survived them. When she got tired, she sang 'I'm a Little Teapot' and danced through the house.
- She loves her ragdoll cats, Colonel Brandon, and Sir Edmund.
- After she learned her youngest had severe disabilities, she studied special education so she could educate him also.Cynthia and her husband host a weekly 'Tea Party" (not political) with real British tea. People can come and ask any question. They often discuss apologetics and the Bible.
- Presently she writes "The Big Question" for Leading Hearts Magazine.
- Cynthia hosts Heart of the Matter Radio to address questions woman face today.
- She's served as Mentor Mom for a local MOPS group.
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