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Jenny Lynn Anderson
Jenny Lynn Anderson is a public relations practitioner with over 25 years of experience in public relations and marketing and is the author of Room 939: 15 Minutes of Horror, 20 Years of Healing.
As the owner of JLA Public Relations since 1996, she has directed public relations programs for various businesses including her family’s business, Joiner-Anderson Funeral Home. She is a freelance writer for several publications.
Prior to consulting, Jenny Lynn worked in healthcare public relations where she served as Public Relations Director for Willingway Hospital, a nationally renowned alcohol and drug treatment center. Early in her career, she worked for the Georgia World Congress Center as it Public Relations Manager.
Jenny Lynn has served on numerous boards in her community of Statesboro, Georgia. A member of Public Relations Society of America, she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Communication Arts with an emphasis in public relations from Georgia Southern College in 1985.
Jenny Lynn teaches Sunday School at First Baptist Church. She and her husband, Mark, have two daughters, Morgan and Allison.
For more information, please visit jennylynnanderson.com.
Entries by Jenny Lynn Anderson
My message is this: our valleys can be purposeful and our pain can be productive. These three critical steps might lead you through difficult times: 1. No obstacle can be faced as a worrier. You must allow God to be your warrior. Remember “If only” (what has already happened) and “What if” (what might happen) are the rigid destructive duet of worry. They are deadly consumers of our thoughts regarding yesterdays and tomorrows. Replace worry with war. Commit to putting God in your Army, allowing Him to do battle with those fears which hold you captive. If we put our… Read more.
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