• Border Crossings

    I began my Tuesday morning not overwhelmed.  I was traveling to Canada to present at a conference.  My flight was not early.  In fact, it was at a time late enough that I didn’t have to worry about oversleeping, and wasn’t too late so that I would have to wait overnight to see the beauty […]

    Read more »
  • Is He In Your History?

    Recently, I was interested in finding something that I’d originally connected with on the internet.  I recall the process of my inquiry, but was unable to recall where I found the information.  As I typed in a few words that would seemingly spring me into my search, I noticed that what I was looking for […]

    Read more »
  • Bring It!

    One of my guilty pleasures is watching “Bring It” on Lifetime.  I’ve always loved dance, and honestly, it is the closest experience to growing up with dance that I can imagine.  I wouldn’t say that we danced completely like them, but in terms of the ethic, the sense of community, the competitions and the synchronicity. […]

    Read more »
  • Note to Self: He’s Got You!

    Everywhere I look, there are reminders and affirmations about it being halfway through 2016.  Statements reflecting, “God’s not done,” “Remember Sweet 16,” and “The shift,” to name a few.  I ain’t hating, I’m really not – but what it also rather apparent to me in correlation to these statements is that just because He said […]

    Read more »
  • When Words Fall Short

    Over the course of the week, I believe that I, like many of you reading this, experienced every emotion possible in this game called life.  From utter amazement of the attempted kidnapping in a store, to anger and outrage of the sentencing (or lack thereof) of the rapist aka the promising swimmer to sadness and […]

    Read more »
  • In My Life….Forever!

    There was a moment on Thursday afternoon where it felt as though the world connected in a strange yet powerful and sadly very common reality.  While riding in the car while visiting the collegiate, I learned of the passing of Prince.  I felt numb.  I listened as Philadelphia suspended the normal playlist and opted to […]

    Read more »
  • Don’t bark at God!

    During the weekend, I was engaging with Diamond.  Yes, we do that often.  #don’tjudgeme.  She heard a noise.  She began running down the stairs, growling.  I said, “Diamond, no one is here, except you and me.”  I then paused and said,  “And God.”  Diamond began to bark loudly in response to my addition.  I said, […]

    Read more »
  • Gone Worshipping

    I have never gone fishing, but I certainly have enjoyed being on the receiving end of said activity.  Over the weekend, I was blessed to travel to Philadelphia, a 6.5 hour drive from my home, to visit our daughter who is in her senior year of college (insert praise break).  We went out to dinner […]

    Read more »
  • Mock the Bird

    For the past four years, we’ve had the pleasure of hosting guests. Their arrival is not scheduled in advance.  In fact, they just show up.   This year however, I assumed that our guests would not be making their trip.  They usually visit during the spring , and it was June.  The typical loose branches on […]

    Read more »

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.

Back to Top