Cynthia Perry Ed.D., is an Associate Professor of Education at Edgewood College. She teaches Infancy and Childhood, Exceptional Children and Youth, Helping Relationship, Literature for Childhood through Early Adolescence, and supervises student teachers. As a consultant for home-school teachers, she provides staff development, consultation, curriculum development and instructional methodologies, modifications and reading strategies for special needs children, and administers standardized testing for the teachers. Additionally, Cynthia speaks to women throughout the country at churches, women's ministry conferences, and other venues on such subjects as ministry, training and development of teachers and parents of special needs children, and spiritual growth. She also speaks, along with her husband, Dwight, at Becoming One, their increasingly popular national conference on marriage. She has written in such areas as prayer, women's ministry, and special education. Her chapter, "Kids in Constant Motion: How Can the Church Work More Effectively with Children with ADD/ADHD," in Building Unity in the Church in the New Millennium (Moody Press), is a landmark work in the area of the church reaching out to those with special needs.