Cynthia Culp Allen, & Charity Winters's Bio:
Cynthia Culp Allen has been a veteran in the beauty industry since 1973. Cynthia has worked as a licensed cosmetologist and image consultant, helping women become their best through personal consultations and printed advice. She has published over six hundred articles in publications such as Focus on the Family, Brio, Guideposts, and Decision. Honored with six national writing awards, Cynthia has contributed to eight best-sellers, including Chicken Soup for the Christian Family Soul (Health Communications), The Hidden Hand of God (Guideposts), God’s Vitamin C for the Hurting Spirit (Starburst Publishers), Raising Them Right (Focus on the Family), and The Women’s Devotional Bible II (Zondervan). Cynthia is a popular speaker for churches, conferences, and retreats and has also been a guest on several radio and television programs.
This mother of five lives in Northern California with her husband, Charles, and her three younger children. She stays busy with her writing and speaking, home schooling her children, and taking long walks in the country.
Charity Allen Winters is an established model in the fashion industry. Her print work can be found in such publications as Sunset Magazine, Focus on the Family, Living with Teenagers, Brio, Bongos, and Model USA. She is also a rising actress who is recognized in Europe as the lead host of “Liberty Television” and has also been featured on many national television shows including Just Shoot Me, Disney’s So Little Time, and MTV.
As a recording artist, she has soloed with the Los Angeles Opera Company, and has made a variety of television appearances, and has even opened for country star Charlie Daniels. She has also been the honored guest for a performance at the Canterbury Cathedral. After her 1999 graduation from Biola University with a B.A. in Mass Media Communications, Charity has spent recent years traveling the country as a speaker and gospel singer, but loves coming home to her new husband, Kelvin, in Los Angeles.