The Maccabees defied the enemies of God and led the battle against the conquering Syrians to defend their right to follow God and obey the Torah. The battle for Torah continues today. Just as they cleansed the Temple, we are reminded during the Hanukkah season to cleanse our lives and commit to following God.
Kay Kindall has, by the grace of God, been married to her husband Neal for 40 years. The couple has three grown children whom they homeschooled and two grandchildren, who were the inspiration for Battle for Torah. Kindall earned a bachelor's degree from Manhattan Christian College in 2001, after an interruption in her formal education of 30 years to marry, raise a family and build and operate Trader's Lodge Bed & Breakfast on their Kansas farm. She previously published the book Trader's Lodge Desserts. Kindall believes that the most important thing she learned in college is that we are all wrong somewhere, therefore we must be humble theologians. That realization inspired her to search out and follow the Jewish roots of her faith. Kindall considers herself a lifelong student of the Bible and more recently, the Hebrew language, which she is also teaching her grandchildren. She also enjoys writing a blog on Word Press about Bible, current events and everyday life.
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