The Hurricane Harvey rubble in this picture belongs to Kyle and Jennifer. I “know” Jennifer because she is the woman who leads worship during a Bible study I attend on Wednesday afternoons through Yes. Ministries, headed up by one of my favorites, Laura Seifert. Get this — Jennifer has eight kids. Her ninth one is due in two days. Laura and her friends, many who have extensive flood damage themselves, are
Dear Readers, I’m not going to sugar coat anything in this post. What you are seeing on the news is not sensationalized. Houston is in desperate need of your prayers. You’ve seen the hurricane Harvey coverage. You know what’s going on. Many of you have reached out and to this minute (because we are not out of the woods yet), I lift my hands in thankful praise that we still
Last week I unplugged my phone after it was fully charged. Thirty minutes later, it died. I visited my local Apple bar and a hipster dude wearing a skull cap in the heat of August told me it would be several hours before they could assess my situation after he looked at me with a questionable smirk when I told him yes, I had powered off and back on again.
When I asked y’all to guess my big news, I never expected so many people to *wish* for me to be the next host of the After Paradise show. Although that is not my announcement, I appreciate those of you who think I could even form sentences, let alone be funny, in that particular scenario. Our Host Chris Harrison + LIVE TELEVISION = Lincee turning a wicked shade of green.
I have two pretty big announcements that I’m going to share this week. I’m writing this so you can be on the lookout for a post in the following days, but I also think it would be a spectacularly funny exercise to see if y’all can guess what the big news is going to be! Take a guess in the comments section! I’ll give you a hint: I’m not marrying