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Tuesday, November 27, 2007

Cindy Beall

Cindy was born in the great state of Texas to a couple of Texas school teachers. Although she considers herself to have been tortured by her two older brothers, her family life was very stable and she knew she was loved.

She grew up attending a Baptist church and although she accepted Christ as her Savior at the ripe old age of eight, she did not truly make him her Lord until she was thrust into the life-altering situation of losing her father to leukemia when she was just 19 years old.

Shortly after her fatherʼs death, Cindy attended Southwest Texas State University in San Marcos, Texas, (now Texas State University) where she met her husband, Chris. They met and married within ten months and have recently celebrated their fifteenth anniversary.

The Bealls moved to San Antonio shortly after she graduated from SWT so that Chris could pursue his degree while Cindy commuted to and from New Braunfels, Texas, for her job as a 3rd grade school teacher. It was during this time that their involvement with their church in San Antonio led them to surrender their lives to full-time vocational ministry in 1995.

During the last thirteen years, Cindy has been supporting her husband in his pastoral role at three different churches in three different states. After living in Texas for most of their lives and in Memphis, Tennessee, for four years, they now reside in Edmond, Oklahoma, and have three sons between them. Cindy is a stay-at-home mom who also gets the added blessing of working for a Texas company remotely from her home.

Cindy will tell you very openly about the near death of her marriage in 2002 when a startling confession from her husband nearly took both her and her husband out of ministry forever. God had other plans as He usually does. They have returned to full-time ministry where her husband serves on staff at the church where he had a moral failure.

Her calling is to mentor women and help them walk through difficult times as they seek to follow Christ. She uses her passion for writing and her gift of exhortation to accomplish this on her personal blog. She has even written her own book about the journey she has walked and continues to walk in her marriage. This can be read on her blog as well.

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