• Get Rid Of It!

    I’ve often reflected and written about the furry member of our family, our dog Diamond Star. She is quite remarkable. No, I know all pet parents or in my case, pet grandparents, say that, but it’s really true for us. There is rarely a day that goes by that Diamond Star doesn’t demonstrate some lesson […]

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  • Don’t Rush The Process!

    Two weeks into the new year! In my best Wendy Williams imitation, “How you doin’?” Perhaps you are feeling as though you are watching your vision board unfold right before your very eyes, or you could possibly be like me, still in a state of listening to determine what needs to be cut and pasted […]

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  • I Forgot To Remember!

    Hallelujah! Welcome 2018! Were you one of the those who were shouting for the new year and the new beginning? What made this particularly special was because seven in 2017 represented completion. Many of us were ready for certain aspects and circumstances that haunted and disturbed our peace to be over! We anticipated with excitement […]

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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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  • Christmas Give!

    Growing up I recall hearing a story about one of my relatives who excitedly exclaimed to others on this day with her hand extended, “Christmas Give!” Strangely enough, she had nothing in her hand to extend, but was instead proclaiming her desire to receive from others in the spirit of “giving.” Much can be said […]

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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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  • Fight Faith?

    While attending an Institute last week, an attendee shared, “Give your faith a fighting chance!” I was struck by her declaration. I later recalled that I’d heard that sentiment in a song. Back to the thought. I profess to be a person of faith and yet sometimes I desire to control it, sending it forth […]

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  • Belt less Faith

    For a number of years, I had no problem with flying on planes. I could get on, fall asleep and be at peace, that is until one day while flying, the plane had to make an emergency landing. We actually had to put our heads between our legs. It truly jacked me up. As if […]

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  • A Hallmarked Life

    You would think by now, I’d be over it. After all, it’s happened for the last few years. I am forewarned and yet I still act as though I’ve been caught by surprise. I’m referring to Hallmark’s departure of showing the Golden Girls and Frasier at night early into the month of November and lasting […]

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  • God’s Year in Review

    As we near the end of the year, I can’t help but reflect. Actually, even social media outlets engage in this practice by previewing one’s “Year in Review,” and other opportunities to peruse the highlights of one’s year through a pictorial representation. Certainly said collages are beautiful and perhaps bring us great joy, but I […]

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  • Do You God!

    It’s a colloquium that I am over. Do you! What does that mean? On one hand, it encourages some demonstration of authenticity, and on the other, it is license to act without accountability or judgement. Either way, there is common understanding or expectation surrounding the statement, “Do you!” People cheer and support it. People celebrate […]

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  • God Crossings

    My job is located adjacent to a side street that happens to be really busy. People are attracted to the area because there is a massive walking trail that the community finds appealing. Between people driving, walking and running, it can be challenging. I’ve had to hit my brakes a time or two quickly as […]

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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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