Are you living out YOUR good purpose -- or trying to live out someone else's?
Author / speaker Cyndie Claypool de Neve is an Associate Marriage & Family Therapist who is passionate about helping people discover their God-given purpose. She was featured on the international broadcast Focus on the Family on February 5, 2021.
She is the author of God Confident-Kids: Helping Your Child Find True Purpose, Passion, and Peace published October 2019 by Baker Books. Additionally, she has co-authored four books with President of Moms in Prayer International Sally Burke. Published by Harvest House, those books include:
Start with Praise, a 40-day devotional
Cyndie is a therapist at Palomar Family Counseling Service in San Diego County, where she predominantly counsels children, teens and moms. (California residents can email firstname.lastname@example.org for a telehealth appointment.) She has an M.A. in Counseling Psychology and is working on her Doctor of Ministry in Family
& Congregation Care through Bethel Seminary.
An official speaker for MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers), Cyndie has been a Moms in Prayer group leader for almost 15 years, and is on the Board of Directors for Moms in Prayer International.
Previously as the Director of Communications at Moms in Prayer International for five years, Cyndie started the ministry’s social media presence. To encourage moms to pray daily, Cyndie coordinated the creation of the daily Scripture prayers that were emailed to thousands of women every weekday morning. She also oversaw the name change from Moms In Touch International to its current name, Moms in Prayer International, and worked to create and establish the church-wide day of prayer, Bless Our Schools Sunday.
Additionally, Cyndie was the Senior Creative Director at Emmanuel Faith Community Church for eight years, before working at Palomar Family Counseling Service.
Cyndie and her husband, Marcel, live in Escondido, California, with their two creative kiddos and two rambunctious rescue dogs.
(CLICK HERE for Cyndie's previous blog, Are We There Yet.)