• If Jesus Deep Sighed, Why Can’t I?

    A few mornings ago, during my devotion, I read the 7th chapter of Mark in its entirety. It’s loaded with many instances that require their own exegesis. As I neared the end of the chapter, we find people bringing a person who could neither hear or barely talk to Jesus to be healed. I was […]

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  • For We Consider Not

    In my time of devotion, I read the sixth chapter of Mark. The chapter is filled with a particular theme. Within it, we find people who knew Jesus as a child, and accordingly, questioned his ability to engage in ministry. Later in the chapter, we find disciples who walked with Jesus concerned about his ability […]

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  • My Help…

    Twenty years ago one song in particular dominated the airwaves as well as my personal space. I listened to it in the car, while in the shower, at my desk, on the way to church and I found myself humming it often. The post collegiate was four years old, her father and I were separating […]

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  • When Did You Cease From Crying?

    A few days ago, I was sitting in a conference room on a church’s grounds, that happened to be situated above a daycare center.  At first the background noise was filled with laughter of children playing, when all of a sudden one child in particular began to cry.  The child’s cry seemed as if it […]

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  • The Line of Sight

    The other day, a Facebook memory showed up on my timeline.  It was from about four years ago.  A precious photo of my baby Diamond, lying in the kitchen on the floor.  She wasn’t directly next to the table, but instead she was nearby but positioned to see clearly what was unfolding before her eyes. […]

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  • Under the Right Conditions

    I have thoroughly enjoyed the flowers in our yard this year. My second mom gifted me some eight o’clocks a few years ago. They are the most beautiful and amazing flowers. They bloom at night and their name gives you a clue as to what time the show begins. So for several weeks after it […]

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  • he still tryin’. Thank God for limp mode.

    he still tryin’. Up to the same ole trickery as usual. Don’t let him fool you. No,no! he is limited and can only move at the permission of the Master. he shows up when things are well. For example, like last weekend. I had the most amazing time in my hometown of Chicago at my […]

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  • Membership has its privileges

    My mother and I traveled recently to my hometown of Chicago. Actually, she traveled before me by a few days. She was blessed to celebrate her 84th birthday during our trip. God has kept her healthy and further, she contributes actively to ensure her maintenance. However, she does take advantage of the perks afforded as […]

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  • 7.17.17

    In the words of Mufasa, “It is time!” What have you put off? What have you declared later over? Whatever it is, dust it off, face up to it and finish. No more excuses. No more antics of avoidance. God is speaking loud and clear through the date we’ve been afforded, 7.17.17! Many of you […]

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  • Silent on the Field

    I saw a story recently on the news about a new rule for soccer playing. I believe it was in the state of South Carolina. It involved youth soccer and parents and/or guardians will no longer be allowed to offer their commentary on the sideline while their player is at work. Instead, they must remain […]

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  • People posture. I praise.

    While growing up I was told “sit up straight!” I wondered why that was so critical, but as a child of the 70s, I dare not inquire, I just followed what I was instructed to do – at least in the presence of the one demanding the action. As soon as I was away from […]

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About Dr. Helms Pickett

Stephanie Helms Pickett’s life has been reflected by Ephesians 3:20, “Now to him who is able to do exceedingly, abundantly, above all that we can ask or think, according to the power that worketh within us.”

Her Name is SHE

Who is SHE? On the outside, she appears to have it all together. She is described as fierce, fabulous and fine. Her timeline on social media sites are filled with accolades by other ‘shes’ affirming and echoing her greatness.

Later Never Came…

Through personal narratives of lessons learned from academic disciplines and application through the word of God, the book is organized around theory that comprises each of these schools of thought thus presenting an amazing comparison which is scholarly, scriptural and reflective.

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