Being in her early twenties, Shannon offers a unique perspective on issues facing young women today. In her book, The Divine Dance, Shannon uses the analogy of life as a dance and sheds light on the lies that young women are told by the world while offering hope and freedom in the concept of turning your back to the crowd and dancing for the Audience of One.
Using a solid foundation of scripture, and her own life experiences from high school and college, Shannon speaks and writes to the issues of the heart. She boldly proclaims that beauty is more than a pretty face and that true love and satisfaction come from God alone.
Unmasking the lies regarding body image, dating, family relationships, integrity, identity and other similar topics, Shannon brings authenticity to the stage as she moves the spotlight off of the dancer and strategically places it on God.