Purse-uing God 

Shannon’s women’s event “Purse-uing God” is packed full of the humorous stories and solid Biblical teaching that you have come to expect. Shannon tackles topics that women of all ages can relate to including:

Purse-uing Poise…Carrying Confidence Only God Can Give.
We will take a look at the word confidence and how to have, and keep, the kind of confidence that God intends for us to have through Him.

Purse-uing Position…Toting Burdens to the Cross.”
We will look at overcoming adversity through the power of God’s Word and how to manage our emotions when the going gets tough.

Purse-uing Our Prince…Possessing Position as a Princess
We will explore what it really means to be the daughter of a King and how it applies to every area of our lives.

Purse-uing Purpose…Handling God’s Perfect Plan for Our Lives.
We know God has a purpose for our lives, but how can we know what His purpose is for us? We will look at spiritual gifts as defined in God’s Word, how to find our gifts and we will discuss ways that those gifts may be used throughout the seasons of our lives (includes a “Spiritual Gifts” inventory)

Each topic is 1 hour long and includes music from Shannon that helps reinforce the message of each topic. You will also receive ready-made promotional materials and break-out session questions upon request. You know your group best, so we invite you and your team to choose the topics most beneficial to you, based on the time frame of your event.

Women who have attended an event where Shannon speaks say one of the most memorable and powerful moments they’ve experienced is the Prayer Circle.  In both large and small groups, Shannon invites the ladies to gather in a circle as she shares how Jesus healed the man at the pool of Bethesda.  One by one, Shannon walks the circle and prays for the women.  Countless testimonies from women healed emotionally, physically, and spiritually have been shared with our ministry. 

Shannon Perry Teaching Reel
What Others Are Saying
Shannon’s music video and song written to remind those who attend her events that they are never ‘Overlooked.’