She was born and raised in Chicago, IL.  Being the daughter of a gifted and well-known musician, inspired her love and admiration for gospel music at an early age, which has continued throughout her entire life.

She started singing at the early age of four.  Cynthia have studied classical piano at the Chicago Conservatory College of Music for four years. On July 14, 2007, Cynthia received a Doctorate Degree in Music and the Sacred Arts from Midwest Biblical Institute.  God has blessed her to win numerous awards for performances on piano, as well as for her God-given talent of song composition and arrangement.


Cynthia has composed songs that have been recorded for various Chicago-land ministries including the Corinthians Church of God in Christ Choir, Reverend Clay Evans and the Fellowship Baptist Church, Reverend Timothy Wright, First Jurisdiction of Illinois COGIC Mass Choir, Reverend Charles G. Hayes and the Cosmopolitan Choir, Shun Pace, Donald Vail and the AARC Mass Choir, Georgia Mass Choir and many more.

Cynthia has been special guest instructor in Stockholm, Sweden for their GOSPELKOR FESTIVALS for several years.  Her task there included training and teaching seminars concerning traditional and contemporary gospel to choirs from all over the Northwestern Europe.  She was chosen as U.S. delegate of the religious ceremonies during the World Expo 2000 held in Hanover, Germany, where Desmond Tutu was the speaker.

She also conducted several workshops in Stuttgart and Frankfurt Germany, Paris, France and   Zurich, Switzerland.  Cynthia has made 50 trips to Europe over the past few years in the gospel ministry.  In 1994, she also received a nomination for the Stella Award for best song (Step Back and Let God Do It).

Cynthia served as Minister of Music for King of Glory COGIC under the late Bishop Sheppard Little for 11 years, and she served faithfully at Evangelistic Crusaders COGIC under the late Pastor George Liggins for 14 years.  She currently serves as the Music Director for Evangelical Christian School; Ashburn Lutheran Church and School; and New Way Learning Centers, North and South campus.  Cynthia is also the Minister of Music for the R.L. Dorris District, Superintendent James E. Young, of the Northern Illinois Jurisidiction Churches of God in Christ, under Bishop Cody V.  Marshall.

Cynthia loves being a wife and mother of four lovely girls and grandmother of four.  But her highest acclaim is living and loving what she plays and sings about – Jesus Christ, her Lord.

In 2002, Pastor Marvin Nunn founded Dayspring Ministries COGIC with Cynthia faithfully by his side. Cynthia founded and developed the Dayspring Chorale. A spirit filled ensemble of saints, whose musical focus is to lift up and encourage hearts and win souls to Jesus Christ.

Cynthia, along with Pastor Nunn has established, “Second To Nunn Ministry Inc.; a school whose mission is to help young people who are in preparation of music ministry, to build up the kingdom of God. Second To Nunn Music Ministry offers training in voice, guitar, percussion, piano, and keyboard.

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