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 as well as 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. Wendy has experience teaching in 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 the majority of her teaching experience is in public schools, she also taught at Hyde Park Christian School in Austin, TX. In 2020, Stephen and Wendy launched a collaborative blog committed to regularly posting relatable content.



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 and leads a lady’s Connection Group. She loves spending time with her family, traveling, and photography. In 2019, Wendy and Stephen celebrated their 20th anniversary.

Recent Posts

Afterthoughts | July 19, 2020

Copy of Stephen & Wendy Podcast

LISTEN NOW: July 19, 2020


SERMON TITLE: “Without Measure” 

SCRIPTURE: John 3:31-36

On Sunday afternoons at the Cutchins’ home, we usually have some early afternoon coffee, and find ourselves discussing the morning message. “AFTERTHOUGHTS is our way of sharing the conversation and discussion with you. In each post, we will ask five questions to spark discussion over a cup of coffee.


  • What stood out to you?
  • What did you think needs more discussion?
  • What were your biggest takeaways?
  • What did you find most challenging?
  • Why did you think this message was important?



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