Feeling overwhelmed? Stressed? Frazzled?

Jenny Johnson joined Tim and Doug on Wake Up Right on September 1 to share encouragement and insight about schedules, priorities, and living intentionally during this Back to School season. Whether your plate is the size of a tea saucer or a turkey platter, you probably feel like it’s full. Maybe you’re overwhelmed by the weight of your own choices or by the weight of life’s circumstances–you’ll definitely want to listen to Jenny’s practical advice for faithfully fulfilling the roles that God has called you to in various seasons of life.

Sometimes there are difficult seasons of your life where you cannot change the things that are on your plate. It’s in these seasons that you realize what your plate is made of is far more important than what is on your plate.

Listen in on this great conversation with Jenny!


Get to know Jenny

Jenny Johnson has been a military dependent for most of her life. She is a church pianist and the choir accompanist for Clarks Summit University; a counselor/therapist for Foundations Christian Counseling and Valhalla Veterans Services; but her greatest accomplishment and pride is being mom to Makaela (25), Tyler (24), Emily (21), and Alex (15). She also looks forward to becoming a mother-in-law to Gillian in September 2021 and Sam in May 2022.

When she is not working, Jenny enjoys travel (she’s visited 48 states and 27 countries), women’s ministry, and playing the piano, as well as spending time with her family at home just laughing and being together.

Jenny holds a degree in Sacred Music from Pensacola Christian College (1995) and a Masters in Professional Counseling with an emphasis in PTSD and Combat Stress from Liberty University (2015). She is also working towards a Doctor of Ministry from Clarks Summit University.

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