Mona Hodgson | monahodgson.comFriends, like you, I wear many hats! I have three sisters, two grown daughters, a son-in-law, four grandchildren. I’ve been Bob’s wife for 48 years. I help care for my mother-in-law. And I like to play with words. They say that makes me a writer and speaker.

Because I’m a teeter-totter work in process, I cling to Apostle Paul’s confidence that God the Father who began a good work in me will see it to completion.

My heart calls out for more and more of Jesus. I hunger for more of His grace to restructure my thinking, test my attitude, and permeate my actions and reactions. I strive to write and speak words of life—grace and peace and hope.

  • I yearn to fully embrace the adventure of living in a vital relationship with the God who loves me with an everlasting love.
  • I want to savor sisterhood and the kinship of doing life together.
  • I desire to come alongside mamas of littles with resources and encouragement.

Thanks for joining me.

Here on my website, I’ve provided some faith-affirming resources for you. I hope you’ll check them out, see your spirit strengthened, and pass them along to a friend in need.

Let’s stay in touch. Click the social media icons at the top or bottom of this page to connect with me online.

“Mona's writings are genuine, researched, and lived. Trustworthy because she knows the One she trusts.”
— Kathleen E. Belongia, reader and reviewer at Lane Hill House

Meet Mona

An award-winning author, Mona Hodgson has published 43 books, historical novels and novellas for adults and children’s books for ages birth to twelve. Her writing credits also include several hundred articles, poems and short stories, which have appeared in 50 different publications.

Mona speaks for churches, schools, and conferences, including: YWAMMount Hermon Christian Camps and Conference Center, MOPS groups. Mona from Arizona lives with her husband, Bob.

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“Mona's kindness has been a lighthouse in the dark and her wisdom a guiding compass on stormy seas. She has touched my life not only in the words she writes but in the giving of her time and the opening of her heart.”
— Joanne Bischof, reader, friend, and award-winning novelist