The former Children's Pastor at First Baptist Church of Birmingham will live with his mother in Homewood while out on bond.
The order states that Shahan's only 'allowed outings' include doctor appointments, court appearances and attorney appointments.
The electronic monitoring includes 'intensive supervision' of a radio frequency device 24 hours a day.
"Any infraction, however slight, elicits a response from an EM officer," the order explains.
In the wake of of his wife's death, Shahan took a leave of absence from his position as children's minister at First Baptist Church of Birmingham. He announced his resignation on Nov. 29, and shared his intentions to pursue mission work overseas.
During a bond hearing on Thursday, prosecutors said that Shahan was stopped in Nashville to take a flight to Frankfurt, Germany on his way to ultimate destination of Kazakhstan.