• Ripped But Not Torn

    A few days ago we honored survivors of gender and sexual violence by wearing jeans on denim day. I participated with other colleagues at my institution. I also happened to present a workshop on the same day at a neighboring institution and so in advance of my session, I informed the coordinators that I would […]

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  • Abideth Not In Goshen

    Happy Resurrection y’all! I pray that you had a beautiful encounter with Christ and was reminded of His obedience until death. Only He could do it and I’m mighty glad about it. The Holy Spirit blessed me so with “Except for Goshen” such to the extent that the download didn’t cease. While I was shouting […]

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  • Except for Goshen

    If you’ve been following these posts, you are aware that I’m working my way through the Bible in one year. I’m a little behind now, and I used the weekend to do some catching up. While studying Exodus, a book I desperately love, I ran up on Moses and Aaron requesting Pharaoh to release the […]

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  • Let Her Live!

    Yesterday during service, my Bishop was recalling the parable of the fig tree (Luke 13:6-9). The owner of the vineyard shared that for three years, he attempted to secure fruit from the tree, and it was barren. He ordered the keeper of the vineyard to cut the tree down. However, the keeper pleaded and asked […]

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  • I Struck Out On My Streak!

    Y’all I was on a roll. I’d read my Bible for 125 days straight in a Bible app on my phone (84 this year). I celebrated each milestone and so did the app. There was confetti and balloons and congratulations messages. It was amazing! I become quite focused on reading and enjoying the experience of […]

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  • Feeling Blue?

    While in a building recently, I noticed in the ceiling a piece of blue tape. It was the type that is used during construction whereby something needs to be addressed before occupancy. During a “walk through” the blue tape is placed as close as possible to the issue, as a flag if you will, to […]

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  • 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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  • An Unrecognized No

    I started to entitle this blog, “No and other difficult words.” I elected instead to settle on the singular monumental challenging word and that is, “No,” for when you possess the courage to utter it, expect it to be received in an unrecognizable manner. For while people may appear to agree with the delivery of […]

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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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  • 2019: The Year of the Shoulder Shrug

    And here y’all out here thinking Jay-Z did it first. Check your Bible! In Luke 9, Jesus was schooling the disciples about ministry. He reminded them that they had power over demons, that they had the authority to cure illness, that they didn’t need gadgets, because they were the gift and finally if they were […]

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  • As good as cake batter!

    It’s really funny to me that my mom, who lives with us is so inundated with dessert. Growing up, dessert was for special occasions, like birthdays, anniversaries and graduations. Somehow, unbeknownst to me, my mother who was not an endorser of dessert growing up, now expects dessert following each meal. Lol! But in reality, as […]

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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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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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