The Divine Dance: If the World is Your Stage, Who Are You Performing For?

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Bethany House, Sep 1, 2006 - Young Adult Nonfiction - 158 pages
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A Favorite Author Among Teen Girls

Most young women yearn to be chosen, to be called out from the crowd and loved for who they are. In The Divine Dance, Shannon Kubiak Primicerio acknowledges this desire and likens teen girls to dancers, constantly performing to please the "audiences" in their lives. But in family, peers, teachers, and others, young women forget that they were created to perform for God alone. Promicerio provides readers with guidance and encouragement to stop dancing for the world and to start dancing for an audience of One.

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The Divine Dance, written by Shannon Kubiak Primico is about not dancing for the world but dance for God. Shannon uses analogies from the dance studio. She covers modesty from dancing for God and how ... Read full review

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Have you ever felt as if your life was a Masquerade full of costumes and acts. Have you been dancing and dancing for people who never notice you and at the end of the day go home unsatisfied. Do you ... Read full review

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Shannon Kubiak Primicerio is the author of The Divine Dance, God Called a Girl, and the BEING A GIRL... series. A popular national retreat speaker, Shannon has also been featured in such media outlets as PBS's Religion and Ethics Newsweekly and Time magazine. She has a B.A. in Journalism and a minor in Biblical Studies from Biola University. Visit and

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