Shannon Maier

Shannon MaierImagine a journey where adventure leads you to an exhilarating destination, where chance and triumph go hand and hand. Shannon takes you to and through a world of endless possibilities encouraging you to run you own race. We all are given the opportunity, but very few venture into uncharted paths that embrace the challenge of a life well lived. Those that do…exclaim, “WOW!, WHAT A RIDE!”

Learn how Shannon has navigated with great success around and through the “ruts in the road.” A survivor of a lightning bolt, a misguided truck, and a catastrophic accident involving her daughter and a golf cart, cancer, her parents divorce, and financial ruin have all danced on her doorstep, but nothing has derailed her determination to gracefully cross the finish line, victoriously!

Educated at a very young age that nothing and no one is guaranteed tomorrow, she envelops the theory that we all must live for today. Connecting with the young and old she encourages them to look far beneath the surface and find what they were truly made to be and why it is they are here in the first place.

Capturing your heart and soul, Shannon encourages you not to allow the world to miss out on another day without the incredible gift of all, YOU!

Shannon’s passion is seeing women walk with God, even when our journey is full of brokenness, hurt, and disappointment. Shannon knows firsthand that life doesn’t always turn out the way we dreamed it would. But she also knows that when Jesus is your traveling companion, you can make it through the darkest valleys, the deepest waters, and the loneliest deserts.
Speaking from her own life experiences and a biblical foundation, Shannon offers women hope that God does have a plan, even when we don’t see it – and that even though life can leave us bruised and broken, God will give us beauty for ashes if we let him.

Jeremiah 29:11….Let the journey begin!

Personal Life:

Shannon has been married to her husband Scott for 29 years. They have been battling to sustain his life after a recent diagnosis of Stage 4 Renal Carcinoma.

She is the proud mother of two beautiful daughters, Brooke and Bailey, who are both married. And has now found that her greatest joy is being “Mimi” to 3 beautiful grandsons. She also is the truancy officer for a local school district. And has been involved with many local projects to help encourage those lost to find their ultimate hope in Jesus Christ.