• Blessed In A Bar

    I traveled on last week to Philadelphia to attend a work related conference. It was really good, and bonus, I got to break bread with the post collegiate. At the end of a busy week, both of us were tired and elected to grab a meal in the lobby of my hotel. During dinner, I […]

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  • Cleanup On Aisle Christ

    One of my favorite commercials is promoting utility of Cascade. The daughter is describing the extent to which her mother washes, scrubs and cleans dishes before she places them in the dishwasher. The child is confused as to the purpose of the dishwasher as a result of her mother’s prepping before use. The commercial suggests […]

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  • You Cannot Go!

    Growing up, I spent a few summer vacations in my mother’s home state of Arkansas at one of my aunt’s home. I was the youngest cousin of the furious five (my nickname for my mom and her sisters) and so, most of the time, my enjoyment and exposure came at the directives of my aunts […]

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  • You’ve Got To Master It!

    Powerful words, right? God gets the credit. You may find this in the fourth chapter of Genesis. Cain, son of Adam and Eve was upset because his brother, Abel’s offering was liked by God while Cain’s offering did not receive God’s approval. As God noticed Cain’s frustration, these words were spoken, “Why this tantrum? Why […]

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  • Lit for Christ

    I put up a tree this year. For the last two years, I’ve elected not to do so. Typically, if it’s not up by December 15th, it’s a wrap. This year, the Holy Spirit suggested that I get the tree out of storage (yep, I’m an artificial girl) before the snow storm. I was so […]

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  • The Propensity of Prayer

    Thirteen months ago, I began on a prayer journey. I created a prayer vision board relative to our daughter’s career. I titled it with her name, an apostrophe and career. I studied to find scriptures in support of the vision of her career. This came at a time when she was underemployed and determined not […]

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  • The Status Of Safety

    I believe I’ve been on Facebook about nine years or so. It’s experienced quite a bit of changes. One of the most profound has been the incorporation of a user’s capability to mark oneself safe. This notification allows those of us who are concerned about the whereabouts of our loved ones when tragedy occurs. It […]

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  • Shine On Me!

    As a child as 11am service was beginning, after I’d taken a quick trip to the neighborhood store to purchase a bag of candy to secretly eat during service, I’d travel up the stairs to the sanctuary, hearing the saints sing, “Shine on me, shine on me, let the light from the lighthouse, shine on […]

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  • Military, Are You?

    Almost two weeks ago, I went for my annual mammogram (results were great, Praise God!). It was a day that was cold and there was sleet falling. I didn’t want to leave my house, but getting this test is too important to remain in the bed. At any rate, I threw some clothes on and […]

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  • But for the “If”

    I promise the enemy is out here doing his best to keep the saints from being great as 2017 comes to a close. As if the year wasn’t filled enough with tribulation, here he comes squeezing the last bit of drama he can before confetti is thrown in the air at a Watch Night Service. […]

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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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