Dr. Cynthia Ann Perkins grew up in the southeastern corner of Oklahoma in the Kiamichi Mountains. There, her family were missionaries in a small community called Zafra. Bud was a part of her family both personally and church. Her beginning education was in Zafra’s one-room schoolhouse, the same place where Bud had gone several years earlier.
At the age of eighteen, she left for college, where she met her husband, Kent Perkins. They both embraced the ministry. After marriage, she received her PhD in Music Education from the University of Oklahoma. Cynthia and Kent have been missionaries in both Nicaragua and the Kiamichis. Cynthia has taught music to all ages in public schools, colleges, and churches. She has also been the Christian education minister in the churches where her husband has been called to minister.
Cynthia has been published by Standard Publishing Company and numerous community newspapers and magazines. STILL WATERS, her first book, is a 365 daily devotional study over the Twenty-third Psalm. Cynthia is a speaker and singer for any churches, groups or organizations.
Contact her at 918-755-4462 or email@example.com.
Kent and Cynthia have two children: Ann Marie Brown, married to Sig, and Keri Lynn Lawson, married to Jake. She has four wonderful grandchildren: Brodie and Audrey Anna Brown and Dewey Wayne and Lucille Lynn Lawson. She and her husband Kent live between Nashoba and Honobia, Oklahoma. They currently minister at the Zafra Church in Zafra, Oklahoma, the church where Bud was a member. The church of her childhood.