About the Authors


Kendra Hazlett Armstrong

Kendra Armstrong is an attorney, writer, speaker, and patriotic American with a passion for seeking and teaching God’s perspective on political and social issues and using that knowledge to change the world for Christ. Since 1998 she has been teaching men, women, and children about the Bible and showing them how to make God’s Word real in their lives.

As a civil litigation attorney, Kendra grapples daily with Constitutional issues and the practical impact the U.S. Constitution has on all Americans. As a working mother and small business owner, she has personal experience with the challenges facing Americans today. As a Christian, she knows the importance of looking to God’s Word as the ultimate authority in every area of life, including politics.

Kendra was born in Denver, Colorado and was raised and educated in Memphis, Tennessee.She received her Bachelor of Arts from Rhodes College, her Master of Science from the University of Memphis, and her Juris Doctor from the Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law at the University of Memphis. Kendra is a member of Hope Presbyterian Church, where she has served as a Deacon, Bible study and small group leader, Sunday School teacher, and member of the  Women’s Ministry Writing and Speaking Team.

Deborah Sprinkle

After two years of attending Bible studies at her church, Debbie was recruited as one of the leaders. Her weekly e-mail recaps caught the attention of the women’s ministry leader who then asked Debbie to be part of the Women’s Ministry Writing and Speaking Team. She has since writ­ten questions for five books that have been used for women’s Bible study at her church. Her questions relate the author’s words to biblical truths.

Originally from St. Louis, Debbie received her bachelor’s degree in chemistry from the University of Missouri-St. Louis. She worked as a research chemist for many years at both St. Louis University Medical School and Washington University Medical School, and is co-author of two professional articles arising from her work with those institutions. She and her family moved to Memphis, where Debbie completed her teaching certification. She taught chemistry and served as head of the science department at a private Catholic girls’ school in Memphis.