Located in the foothills of the Smoky Mountains of East Tennesee, Sycamore Cove is a place of quiet beauty and deep spirituality. It’s a marvelous place to write, edit and read.
Cynthia Coe is the author of six books, including two novels and four non-fiction books. She graduated with highest honors from the University of Tennessee with a degree in Honors History and was a College Scholar in the College of Liberal Arts. She also graduated with honors from the University of Tennessee College of Law and from Virginia Theological Seminary.
In her work for The Episcopal Church, Cynthia wrote a number of curriculum resources to introduce children and youth to social justice issues for Episcopal Relief & Development. As a Justice & Advocacy Fellow of The Episcopal Church, she wrote resources to introduce children and youth to environmental stewardship.
Cindy’s latest publication is Considering Birds & Lilies: Finding Peace & Harmony with the Everyday World Around Us. This new book explores the deep connection between time in nature and the Christian faith. In this thoughtful book, Cynthia Coe takes the reader through a number of expressions and examples of spirituality in nature in both the Old and New Testaments, along with nature-based practices of spirituality by Jesus and by early Christians.
Non-Fiction books include Earth Our Garden Home: Creation Care Lessons for Children and Wild Faith: A Creation Care Curriculum for Youth. These books were written as part of Cindy’s time as an Environmental Stewardship Fellow of The Episcopal Church. These books were designed to introduce children and youth to environmental stewardship as part of their faith journey.
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