Jenna Adams
  • Female
  • Arlington, VA
  • United States

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About Me...

I'm Jenna!

I am a long-time member of FUMC and currently attend with my husband John and son Casper. 

Fairlington is in my blood (fourth generation!!) and I consider the church my home.  It was a blessing to grow up in such a loving and nurturing environment, and I am so pleased to be able to raise my son in the same wonderful community.


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At 5:47pm on June 26, 2012, Ellora Larsen said…

Yeah... I really need to get on that.............. Ugh... i feel Laura, Ray, and I are the only ones really taking it seriously.... when we were explaining it everyone looked at us like ugh.... what are they trying to get us to do!

At 12:30pm on June 23, 2012, Beccah Lewis said…

Thanks! I'll be sure to check it out. I don't think I'm going to go to the concert though. I don't really like Tenth Avenue North :(

At 8:50am on June 23, 2012, Christy Przystawik said…

Done. Thanks, Jenna!

At 3:55pm on October 28, 2011, Jill Herndon said…
o yeah! PLAID!  What fun.  Thanks for joining the test and evaluation of this feature.  I am thinking this is a keeper for the younger members.
At 9:27am on October 28, 2011, Ingrid Sanden said…
Thanks for uploading all the great photos! Keep 'em coming!
At 7:36pm on September 13, 2011, Jill Herndon said…

If you have a text box lower that the rest of the great stuff you have loaded. then click on the text box and drag it up to the top of your page -- then you can do what you want with it. 

I love the photos you added!

At 7:34pm on September 13, 2011, Jill Herndon said…
Hi Jenna. You had a question. Easier to show than talk about, so are you coming to the Saturday workshop? Meanwhile, drift your mouse over the top part and see if the EDIT comes up and then you can put your intro there too -- in text or video or links or what expresses you and your work.

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9 Ways to Embrace Gratitude and Joy

Posted by FUMC on July 5, 2018 at 5:00pm 0 Comments

  1. Keep a gratitude journal or calendar where you write down one thing each day for which you are thankful.
  2. Make a gratitude jar or box for the same purpose.
  3. At mealtimes say grace and then share around the table one thing for which you are thankful.
  4. Thank the people who serve you each day: the barista, clerk, banker, trash collector, etc.
  5. Write a letter of gratitude to a teacher, coach, old friend or mentor, or former pastor.
  6. Find a gratitude partner and share together daily or weekly.
  7. Tell someone how much they mean to you.
  8. Put a positive spin on your negative thoughts (You’re home with a sprained ankle but you get to read the book you’ve had by your chair for months.)
  9. Go on a gratitude walk, carefully observing and saying thank…

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