The Divine Dance
Now more than ever, young women feel the pressure of the world weighing on their shoulders. They are overwhelmed by their own insecurities, the demands on their time, and the expectations of others. THE DIVINE DANCE compares each girl...
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Now more than ever, young women feel the pressure of the world weighing on their shoulders. They are overwhelmed by their own insecurities, the demands on their time, and the expectations of others.
THE DIVINE DANCE compares each girl to a dancer passionately performing to please all the "audiences" in her life - often forgetting that her Creator designed her to dance for Him alone. In God's presence, away from the alluring lights and demanding crowds, she can come to know herself and God in a powerful, meaningful way - and dance the dance that God intended for her.
Imagine a little girl on a stage. She wants your applause, approval--and love. As she matures into a young woman, her desire for love continues but her insecurities grow as she feels the pressure to dance harder, faster, and better than ever before. . . . Asking "What audience are you trying to please?", The Divine Dance reminds young women that God is the ultimate audience--the only one who has given His life so that they can dance. Twenty-something author Shannon Kubiak, addressing issues of self-esteem, inner beauty, dating, friendships, family, and integrity, encourages girls to find their place on God's stage--and to discover the amazing acceptance in dancing for the Creator alone.
Whoever thinks being a teenage girl is easy hasn't been one in a while! More than ever, young women are burdened by media-fed insecurities---exhausted, overcommitted, and overwhelmed by the world's expectations. The key to peace? Stop frantically trying to please every "audience" in your life---and learn to "dance" for God alone!
This coming-of-age guide for Christian girls is written by a college-age author with relevant experience and insight to the teenage years who addresses issues of self-esteem and inner beauty.
Shannon Kubiak is a native of California, where she spent several years in junior high and high school ministry. From an early age, Shannon has had a passion for writing; she won her first writing contest when she was thirteen. A recent graduate of Biola University, Shannon now speaks at youth events across the country.