In her writing, she battles the meme-driven sound-byte belief system with strong characters who have the word of God on their hearts and hwo take Biblical stands against even the slightest truths and injustices. She desires to help broken women grow exponentially in their faith through the stories she presents.
Monica has worked with college, teenage, and middle grade girls in both secular and spiritual arenas for over twenty-five years. She has served as Bible class teacher, Bible camp counselor, ladies’ day speaker, ladies’ devotional leader, and youth coach for the Lads to Leaders/Leaderettes program through her church. She’s an avid reader and has devoted years to independently learning the craft of writing.
Throughout her teaching career, she’s watched Christian girls struggle to find their place in an ever-materialistic world, cringing as they’ve emulated nonreligious heroes—those sporting immodest dress, engaging in sexual immorality, and exploiting themselves in inappropriate language or dance. Many young girls have left the church in their college years, likely because of superficial faith, and these issues carry forward into their twenties and onward. Monica writes books that she hopes inspire them to adopt principles such as passion for Scripture, deepening a relationship with God, and taking a stand for His truth.
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