Are private wounds keeping you from intimacy with your husband?
Shannon is a million-copy best-selling author, international speaker, and certified life coach with a master’s degree in counseling/human relations from Liberty University. She has spoken to youth, college students, and adults since 1989.
Her passion for healthy sexuality actually began in Mortuary College. Her first career choice, becoming a mortician, led Ethridge to work on dead bodies. Many she embalmed were young people who had died from AIDS or committed suicide as a result of an HIV positive diagnosis. Because of her own promiscuous teenage years, she knew it was a miracle that she was standing over the embalming table rather than laying on top of it. These experiences inspired her to begin speaking boldly and bluntly to teen, college-age, and adult audiences about the benefits of sexual integrity. She has taught and counseled thousands of young singles and married couples over two decades.
Shannon remains most passionate about her role as and best friend to her husband of 23 years, Greg, and a mother and cheerleader to their two children, Erin and Matthew.
Healing From Battle Wounds
Inspiring a Great Love
On today’s broadcast, author Shannon Ethridge tells wives that they should “inspire, not require, intimacy” if they want their husbands to be their best friends.
Guarding Your Heart
Today on the broadcast, Shannon Ethridge, a wife, mother and author of the book Every Woman’s Battle, tells women that their greatest defense against sexual temptation is a good offense–specifically, a guarded heart.
Where does a woman’s battle with sexual temptation start?
Guarding Against Emotional Fantasies
Sexual temptation isn’t just a man’s battle, is it?
Every Woman’s Battle
Shannon Ethridge, an advocate for sexual integrity, talks about discovering God’s plan for fulfillment.