About

Cindy Beall is a pastor, writer, speaker and mentor. Cindy has been married to Chris since 1993. They have been in full-time ministry for most of their marriage. They have three sons between them which means there is very little pink in their home. Cindy serves alongside Chris at Life.Church at the Oklahoma City location. In addition, Chris also oversees the other nine Life.Church locations in the Oklahoma City metro area. When Cindy isn’t speaking, writing or leading at her church, you will find her spending time with her sons, exercising, taking in sunsets on their back porch, and enjoying an afternoon of riding 4-wheelers with her family. Cindy has written two books: Healing Your Marriage When Trust Is Broken and Rebuilding a Marriage Better Than New. Connect with her on social media here: @cindybeall

 

25 thoughts on “About”

  1. Needed a break from studying.. I really enjoyed it.. your pic is beautiful! Your new home looks awesome, especially having just moved in! Looking forward to chatting soon!

  2. Hey Little Cousin, Your mom gave me your blog site and I couldn’t wait to ck it out. I’m so impressed by your decision to blog and you do it so well! At least I can see how the boys are growing up since it seems we never get to visit when you come down. The house it absolutely gorgeous and so deserved by you and Chris. I’ve got to get over your way when we visit Drew in Tulsa, we just haven’t done that yet this semester. Please let me know when you might be visiting again….maybe at spring break? I’d so love to see you and give you a hug and talk and talk as we can always do!!! I love you.

  3. Thanks for letting me post in your ‘submit’ thread. Yes, we can borrow each other’s soap boxes too!

    🙂

  4. oh my goodness girl – God is SO good! the ground is trembling – it’s moving! I can feel it!!!! Looking forward to seeing the magnitude for which He uses your life! LOVE!!!!

  5. Hi Cindy!

    Thanks for stopping by this morning!

    I share your passion for women. Being redeemed and given a new life I want so desperately for women to release the anchors of their pasts.

    I am currently writing a book on my two abortions as a teenager. It’s called “The Day I Told My Daughter” (which I finally did in Sept) Since i went public with this there have been SO many women coming out of the dark. It breaks my heart and causes me to rejoice all at the same time.

    We truly need each other!

    I’m looking forward to visiting and reading here often!

    Tam

  6. I’m not sure how I just stumbled upon your blog, but I do know it was God. Is there a possibility of me emailing you? I didn’t see an address anywhere. My story is a little like yours, and, if you have the time, I’d like to bend your ear.
    Thanks,
    Alicia

  7. Hey Cuz!! Talked to Nancy this morning and she told me about your blog. You look great!! Sorry about the crutches thing. Looks like you are doing well. Take care and next time you are back in the Lone Star state, you have to give me a call. Talk to you soon………I hope!!

  8. I am not the same Alicia as above…ironically though, I have the same question. I would also like to email you some specific questions to pick your brain about my situation. If you have the time, I would very much appreciate to ask and get your response. It was absolutely God’s timing that yesterday I read your book. It ministered to me in numerous ways. As your story from your blog also did many months ago. Thank you!
    Alicia

  9. I just ran across your blog from another’s. I am very touched by your story. A verse comes to mind when I think of the ministry the Lord has given you…

    “Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of mercies and God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our affliction so that we will be able to comfort those who are in any affliction with the comfort with which we ourselves are comforted by God.” – 2 Corinthians 1:4

    Amen sister. You are an inspiration.

  10. Don’t fall over in shock. Cindy, I’ve been stalking you for about 5 months now and I’ve never commented. I feel like such a loser friend. I’ve drafted a couple of emails to you and never sent them – just too much to say. No excuse. Anyway, I’ve loved getting to know you again through your blog. Funny thing – My sister and I were together a couple of weeks ago, and she asked me if I read any blogs. I told her the names of two others that I read and then I said “CindyBeall.com”. And she said, so do I! I totally cracked up b/c she did not even know/remember that we were friends way back when in SA. How random is that? She loves your blog by the way and has been so touched/inspired by your story…as I have been. I so love getting a dose every couple of days of your sense of humor, your encouragement, and your wisdom. Please forgive me for not writing sooner.

  11. Cindy,
    I am in the opposite situation of you as I am from OKLA. Living in TX, and would like to flip flop! I am engaged… I often read your blog to get advice or peace of mind– I am not married yet…(we are getting married in the spring). I have never been the best at compromise…in fact I can be very selfish.
    I really don’t like it–but I don’t seem to be making much change–we are not even married yet—but there are same days I don’t know if I have what it takes.
    Some days after work I am exhausted and I just don’t give my marriage (future) what I know it deserves!

    help!

  12. Hey Cyn,

    I wanted to let you know that the video with Sether Joe saying the Pledge of Allegiance was great. He is still such a cutie. I also think you are doing a great thing here with the website. I try to get on and read when I get a chance but it does not happen as often as I would like. I love you and keep doing what you are doing.

    Dave

  13. I’m thankful for NOs. It means that God has something better for me.

    God gives His best to those who leave the choice to Him.

    Thanks for the reminder.

    The Queen of Clean Comedy

  14. Hai chris and cindy beall greatings to you in the name of our lord jesus christ you look like handsum and prayerfully please pray for our ministries and come INDIA visakhapatnam to preach testmoney and gosple thanking you

  15. Wow – Cindy, I came across your page from reading an article you wrote in the Streaming Faith Daily Devotional. Now I know why I had such a strong leading to click on the link to your page. You and your husband are absolutely amazing and very encouraging to me. My marriage has been suffering, but know that God is using you both and your ministry to cause all things to work together for good. Thank you for loving God and being real! I praise God for speaking to me through you both and giving me direction. Many blessings upon your family.

  16. Thanks for helping us singles also! You may never know just how many people that you are helping. Keep Keeping it real!!!! THANK YOU LORD!

  17. Sorry I was unable to hear your message on Monday due to a power outage.
    I would really like to hear or read what you had to say.
    Is there any way I could get a copy of your message?
    Jean

  18. Hi,

    I am the manager for Rejoce 105.5 FM WHFD Radio. After looking over your website. I think your ministry is excellent for our station format. I hope you except this invitation to broadcast with us. Our rates are very reasonable and non are wedged in stone.

    Blessings,

    Cathy Fielding, GM
    434-848-9433

  19. I just got your SF devotional. I love what you had to say about – Why Do You Do What You Do?
    I wrote this a while back and thought you may want to use it. a funny sort of poem with a message.

    “What to Do For Who”
    My thinker just thunk, a thought made of junk.
    My feeler went high and then it just sunk.
    Now my chooser must choose
    And one choice will lose.
    Which choice should it be, will any choice do?
    It is confusing to me ….Is it confusing for you?
    I’m sure I don’t know, or did I forget.
    What I should do to get my needs met.
    Whom should I please, what should I do?
    Is it about me or is there a who?
    My doer must do, my pleaser must please.
    They go together like carrots and peas.
    One thought, I’ve been taught, during my youth.
    Is, when you don’t know, go with the truth.
    The truth knows much better, than my thinker can think
    My feelings betray me, like disappearing ink.
    What is the truth and how do I know?
    What path should I choose, which way should I go?
    Jesus is Life, the Truth and the Way.
    Jesus is with me at work … Is He with me all day?
    The Life is in me, and He comes from above.
    It is not about me, it is all about love.
    He will work through me, to show you the Who.
    This is the answer, for what I should do.
    Jesus loves me, and He loves you too.
    Maybe that’s why… We should do what we do.
    Author: Bret Brown Sr.

  20. Hi Cindy,

    I have enjoyed your Daily devotional articles on Streaming Faith over the past year. You offer hope and inspire through God’s word. I am interested in doing the same thing. I would like to know how I could go about writing articles of faith for Streaming Faith. Is it possible for you to guide me in what I need to do? You have my email address so when you’re available please give me the directions on how can I inspire the people of God just as you do.

    Thank you and God Bless !!

  21. Hello Cindy

    I just read your article on Gossiping and got interested when I read the bit about you and your husband’s testimony. Wanting to know what that was about, I clicked on your link and read your blog abour your ‘Firstborn son’. I thought it was funny cos I call my first born son that too! I have my First born son, my only princess and my last born son! Anyway but what really struck me was how you described yourself – A Christ Follower. I love that! Can I ‘steal’ it? Lol!

    I have always loved to write and early this year some lady dont even know encouraged me to start blogging and now am trying real hard not to be a blog junkie! lol! I love your writing style and am going to ‘follow’ your site.

    Have a Just as it should be day!

    God Bless!

    Bola

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