Wendy Cutchins

Wendy Cutchins is a National Board Certified teacher with over 20 years of experience in the classroom. Wendy earned a Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from Winthrop University and a Master’s degree in Education with an emphasis in divergent learning from Columbia College. During her years in Education, she has taught third, fourth, and fifth grades in various states, including South Carolina, North Carolina, Texas, and Georgia.

Her first years of teaching were in the award-winning Fort Mill School District of South Carolina, where she taught at Gold Hill Elementary School. During her time there, she served as grade level chair and was named Teacher Of The Year.

She currently teaches in the Columbia County School System of Georgia, where she also serves as grade level chair at Riverside Elementary School and was named Teacher Of The Year in 2019. Although most of her teaching experience is in public schools, she also taught at Hyde Park Christian School in Austin, TX.

In 2021, Wendy received notification that she has been officially recommended for acceptance to the Doctorate of Education (Ed.D.) in Educational Innovation program at Augusta University. She is actively pursuing her doctorate and is scheduled to graduate in 2024. 

Both Wendy and Stephen are also certified facilitators for Prepare/Enrich and work as a team to help couples enrich their marriages by providing biblical counsel. In 2019, Wendy and Stephen celebrated their 20th anniversary. In 2020, they launched a collaborative blog committed to regularly posting relatable content to help curious and growing people answer hard questions about life, leadership, and learning. As a couple, Wendy and Stephen have been praying about launching this collaborative effort for years. Throughout each year, they regularly post new content. Wendy enjoys sharing personal stories to inspire spiritual development.

“Thank you for sharing your vulnerabilities with us.” 

Andrea M. | Blog Subscriber

I loved listening to the two of you! This is a great ministry for all of us! Thank you for sharing!!!!

Roberta V. | Blog Subscriber



Wendy was born in California but, because her dad was in the Air Force, she moved all over the world before landing at Shaw Air Force Base in Sumter, SC. Wendy and Stephen met in ninth grade at Sumter High School and began dating in tenth grade. Shortly after they started dating, Stephen shared the gospel with her and led her to faith in Christ. Wendy was later baptized at their home church, Alice Drive Baptist Church. Today, Wendy enjoys serving in the church in numerous ways including singing in the choir, working with couples, and leading ladies bible studies and groups. She loves spending time with her family, traveling, and photography.


Recent Posts


As Christians, we see culture paint an interesting picture of what is considered an “influencer” these days. It may even appear these “influencers” are celebrated for such disgusting perversion while Christians are hated for spreading hope and speaking truth.

The week before Easter, I posted this video about a popular “artist” that has released a song and put out a product, a pair of shoes that he’s calling “satan shoes.”

This rapper, Lil Nas X, has reportedly taken some Nike shoes and infringed on their trademarks by modifying them with some very concerning things. To be quite honest, it’s sick. These “satan shoes” are reported to have a drop of blood in them. They also display the satanic symbol on the outside and inside of them. He even went a little further with this, making the shoe launch a limited edition and only offered 666 pairs of this product. Of course, 666 is the mark of the beast. Now, the launch of this project is not the only sad thing going on here. It’s reported these shoes sold for over $1000 a pair AND sold out in minutes.

The “artist” launched these shoes simultaneously with his new song that takes demonic and perversion to a whole new level. It’s not even worth describing, but it’s drawn quite the response from many people.

It’s times like these as Christians, the future seems bleak, and we can feel like we are losing a battle with culture.

Here is the reality…
* Our leader was murdered 2000 years ago
* We’re going to be hated because they first hated Him
* We’re going to have trouble because the enemy only has plans of evil for us

But as we reflect on this past Easter Sunday and the Good News that Jesus is alive and well and available to ALL, I can’t help but rejoice even in this storm because I know God is still in control.

So Satan can have his shoes. He can wear them all the way to the end of his journey. I have no interest in walking a mile in Satan’s shoes because he can’t stand up to the power of our Savior. Jesus has the VICTORY! No matter what happens in this world, Satan shoes and all.

The truth is, this is just the latest installment of Satan’s failed plan to try to drag down the message of Christianity. Jesus tells us in John 16:33, “TAKE HEART, because I have overcome the world.”

No matter what happens in this world, Satan’s shoes and all, God has OVERCOME THE WORLD! No matter the trials and tribulations you face, Jesus has the victory. No evil will ever be able to stand up to the power of our Savior.

Regardless of who appears to be winning in the world right now, remember God reigns supreme. Through Him, we fight FROM victory, not for victory.

Be encouraged.
Stand strong.
Be the light in the darkness.
Be the salt to preserve a corrupted world.
TAKE HEART, because HE has overcome the world!


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