• The Deviled Half

    I’ve shared previously that my life altered somewhat about three years ago when I was diagnosed with a gluten allergy. It’s not uncommon, but the fact that it developed 40 some odd years after my birth is a bit strange. Nevertheless, I’ve adjusted to the change of eating. However, occasionally, when I dine at a […]

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  • The I Am He Of Preexisting Conditions!

    Let’s pick up from where we left off last week when Jesus introduced himself to the Samaritan woman in the fourth chapter of John. At the well, she had a life changing experience. However, let’s be clear, she didn’t share cultural DNA with Jesus. She was the marrying type, five times over, and as Jesus […]

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  • From Zero to Worship, Real Quick!

    Often when we hear that someone went from 0 to 100, there is a collective agreement that a situation escalated quickly – and most definitely not in a positive manner. I am comfortable, but perhaps not proud to admit that I’ve carried membership in said club. Anger has reared its ugly head, or disappointment in […]

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  • Amanda Woods, Welcome Back!

    One of my favorite movies (and I have many) is the remake of the “The Holiday.” It chronicles the story of two women who’ve experienced heartbreak resulting from breakups and elect to switch houses during the holiday season as a method to “get away, regroup and find solace.” The movie brings me joy, but also […]

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  • You Don’t Own Me!

    While channel surfing over the weekend, I came across an old movie entitled, “The First Wives Club.” I’ve watched it previously, and one of my favorite portions of the film is when the characters are united in singing, “You Don’t Own Me,” by Lesley Gore. As I reflected about the significance of Resurrection Day, I […]

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  • All I See Is Rock!

    Like many of you, I seem to be in a state of busy. I can’t seem to complete one thing without something else presenting itself as undone. I have learned to say no, but perhaps I started practicing too late in that the residual is still in effect. I tell our daughter to say no, […]

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  • Covered on Generation Drive

    It’s amazing how life comes full circle. About 20 years ago, I was in a marriage that was not healthy. I had no money. I stayed six months longer than I preferred because I needed to wait for the huge security deposit to be returned. As such, when I decided to leave, I was worried […]

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  • Resist the devil or he will fee

    Did the enemy get the memo about what God has in store for you in 2017? He must have. Because seriously, he is amped! Through a myriad of conversations, coupled with a few incidents of my own, I’m realizing that he is particularly interested in March madness, without having anything to do with basketball. He’s […]

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  • Up is easier than down

    Thus far, I’ve stuck to my commitment of working out more regularly. Last year, my focus was on running, and this year, my focus is to become physically stronger and develop greater endurance. If only it was as easy as saying, or for that matter, writing. Nevertheless to get the results I desire, it requires […]

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  • Lean Not…

    Three months in and I’m in a circulatory mode of reminding myself, “Lean not to thine own understanding.” It’s tough! Why? Because I think of myself as smart. Don’t you? We’ve prayed and believed God for wisdom. And then it feels as though we must set aside all that we know and operate in a […]

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  • Whatever my lot

    There was a woman in my home church growing up that would sing, “It is Well.” I don’t recall her name for the life of me, but her voice was the most beautiful I’d ever heard. It reminded me of the woman I learned about in school who sang at the Metropolitan Opera, Marian Anderson. […]

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  • He Loves Me

    He loves me. Not just the me that the world encounters, but the me that wrestles with me. The me that has to think quickly on the first Sunday of whom I may hold grudges against before I partake of the elements. The me who is just a few steps away from 79th street who […]

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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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