Shannon has been interviewed and featured in many newspaper, magazine, and other related media outlets.
Keynotes, Seminars, Webinars, Workshops, Panels, etc.
Shannon is available to speak about the following topics, in particular:
- An optimum freedom strategy & life action plan – What does it look like?
- An effective spiritual foundation – What does it look like?
- Spiritual health & well-being vs Physical and mental health & well-being.
- Core values and your Comfort-Zone
- Overcoming obstacles to freedom…. Church centric vs God centric process
- Functional & Formidable Faith
- Overcoming obstacles to freedom…. What’s faith got to do with it?
- Destructive & Constructive Lifestyles – Counting the Cost
- Advanced Spiritual Warfare Tactics
- Freedom thru Grace & Freedom thru Obedience – What’s the difference
“fastest growing small businesses in America”, promotion, in 2007
National Media Promotion: Shannon Ericsson and his Omega Consultants firm were featured as a part of the Inc. 500, “fastest-growing small businesses in America”, promotion,
William Shatner’s “Heartbeat of America”
National Media Promotion: Shannon Ericsson and his unique, artistic design work recently came to the attention of the marketing staff of William Shatner’s “Heartbeat of
High Definition Video at Abba’s House in Chattanooga
Ministry Magazine Article: Angie McGregor, Director of Communications at the church, commented: “We sought out Shannon Ericsson and Omega Consultants for our new Abba’s House
Riverland Hills Baptist Church Relocates
Ministry Magazine Article: Riverland Hills Baptist Church has moved its facilities into a new complex located in Irmo…… The new campus includes an expansive increase
Life Point Church Moves to “High Resolution Ministry”
LifePoint Church offers a contemporary media-driven worship service and ministries that focus on young progressive singles and families in the greater Vancouver area.
Worship Experience at Mission Community Church
Anything But Dull Technology for Worship Article As the Phoenix area has grown, corn and cattle have given way to communities filled with young families.