GEB America has added the television show, “Grace in High Heels” hosted by author/conference speaker Shannon Perry to their weekly programming. The “Women Helping Women” block of programs will kick off with Perry’s show on Mondays, then Tuesdays and Thursdays will feature Hannah Help Me with Hannah Keeley, Wednesdays – Drenda with Drenda Keesee, and Fridays – Lifestyle Magazine with Mike and Gayle Tucker. The “Grace in High Heels” television show also airs twice weekly on the NRB Network, which has renewed the show for another two years of broadcast.
“GEB America is excited to welcome Shannon Perry and her television program Grace In High Heels to our network,” said GEB America General Manager Amy Calvert. “Life is busy, sometimes overwhelming. But, it’s nice to know that we can kick back, get refreshed and refueled spiritually and physically. I want to provide television programs that help women live well.”
Perry’s latest book, The Overlooked Generation: Parenting Teens and Tweens in a Complicated Culture (Carpenter’s Son Publishing/STL), is based on her new mother/daughter conference, “In Her Shoes.” The book covers topics such as dating, social media, eating disorders, drug use, as well as bullying. Perry spent over 13 years as a public school teacher and counselor and created an anti-bullying program for one of the largest public school systems in the U.S.
With a Master’s Degree in Education and Counseling, as well as being a Certified Instructor in Crisis Counseling and Parenting Classes, Perry draws on nearly 20 years of experience working with teenagers and their parents. The Overlooked Generation is heavily researched, and includes up-to-date statistics as well as real-life stories from Perry’s counseling experiences, along with practical tips for parents on virtually every subject.
Perry is also a national recording artist and just released a new music video of a song she co-wrote with Lifeway’s Songwriter of the Year, Paul Marino. The music video for the song, “Overlooked,” is produced and directed by Telly Award-winning director Jeffrey Kubach whose resume’ includes the hit television shows “Survivor” and “Burn Notice” along with a Best Pop Music Video nomination from Gospel Music Channel.
In addition to her television show, Perry also hosts a talk radio show on Salem Communication’s KKHT Radio in Houston, Texas. Shannon’s first book entitled Grace in High Heels: Real-life reflections of Humor, Hope and Healing was based on one of Shannon’s most popular women’s conferences, “If The Shoe Fits."
As a recording artist, Perry has performed at Carnegie Hall, with the Houston Symphony, and sang for over 70,000 fans at a NFL football game. Perry is a contributing writer for Believe.com as well as Crosswalk.com , one of the most visited Christian sites on the web with over 24 million page views per month. She has contributed articles to magazines and ezines such as Charisma, Christian Voice, Christian Women of Today, among others. For more information, visit www.ShannonPerry.com