Harpist Heather Cullins was born with the genetic disorder known as
Neurofibromatosis 1. She has overcome a host of challenges associated with
this non-contagious disease including becoming an accomplished harpist with
over 28 years of experience, graduating from the University of Texas at
Austin with a Bachelor of Science degree in Education with a concentration
in music, teaching second and third grade for six years, and founding the
Rockwall School of Music.
Currently, her ministry involves playing the harp and speaking at homeless
shelters, women's prisons, and women's Christian events. Heather's desire
is to raise awareness for NF by encouraging and discipling women to be
comfortable in the skin that God gave them and teach them to embrace their
difference by using their gifts for the Glory of the Lord. Because of
Heather's genetic disorder she and her husband, Kenneth are unable to have
children of their own without possible serious repercussions. The Lord has
brought her much joy working with children in her neighborhood and Church.
Heather is involved with the provenway.org ministries, prison ministries, and
journeyofsisters.net. Beginning 10-12-10 through 12-31-10 all profits of this CD
project will be donated to NF, Inc. in order to raise awareness, find a treatment,
or help find a cure for people that suffer from Neurofibromatosis.