Cynthia Simmons

Cynthia L Simmons and her husband, Ray, have five children and reside in Atlanta. She taught for over twenty-five years as a homeschool mother, homeschooling her five children through high school, including her youngest who is on the autism spectrum. She and her husband also teach Bible studies together and host a weekly discussion group on Biblical topics for college age and above. Active in the Christian Authors Guild (CAG), she conducts writing workshops and has served as president, vice president, and conference director.  “Cyndi” 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. Her first book, Struggles and Triumphs, was nominated for 2008 Georgia Author of the year.  She hosts two radio programs, CAG Spotlight for writers, and Heart of the Matter for women who want to get deeper in their faith. For more information, visit her website.




Cynthia Simmons' Talks:


How to Homeschool and Keep Your Sanity
Teaching Your Children to Think
Surviving Your Special Needs Child
How to Homeschool and Stay Organized



Room 341

How to Homeschool And Keep Your Sanity

Taking on the education of our children forces a mother to juggle many responsibilities. Many mothers quit because of stress and others succumb to illness. This class teaches mothers to set goals and live a balanced life.


Room 341

Teaching Kids to Think

In this postmodern society, it is vital that we teach our kids more than facts. This class will cover ways to instruct your children how to discern so that they won’t succumb to manipulation and deceit.



Room 313

Surviving Your Special Needs Child

Raising a disabled child feels like swallowing razor blades for breakfast. As a mom of a disabled child, Cynthia will offer ideas and tips on how to handle the intense emotions and pitfalls while meeting your child’s needs.


Room 372

How to Homeschool and Stay Organized

A disorganized home can prevent you from reaching your educational goals. This class will cover tools to keep your home organized and functioning smoothly.