Hi! I'm Stephanie.

Dangerously Privileged Curator of Faith

Why, you ask? Because it all belongs to us. That was settled at Calvary. As such, we have access to everything. How might we tap into “it?” It’s simple. Our faith. We are dangerously privileged when we operate in the cultivation of our faith. How we handle it makes all the difference.

Dr. Stephanie Helms Pickett; blogs are uplifting, inspirational and words for the soul. She has a way of making obstacles and tribulations nothing when presented to God via her knowledge of the Bible and her own experiences. Keep on doing God’s Work

Keila Colbert

Dr. Stephanie Helms Pickett does not minimize the obstacles she has faced in her career to create an idealized version of a success story. She uses her full experience of challenges and triumphs to connect and inspire. Therefore audiences feel her authenticity radiate throughout the room and it encourages them to not fear speaking the weight of their full truths.

Erin Adamson - Assistant Director, Women's Center Wake Forest University

Power. Humility. Spirit. As a liturgical dance instructor, Dr. Stephanie Helms Pickett meets each woman where she is at, while still calling each dancer to reach for the next level in her identity, her movement, and her praise. I have watched her selflessly offer these gifts as a volunteer at the women’s prison in Raleigh each week for more than seven years. Stephanie is an embodied witness to the way that one woman can make a profound impact on society through giving herself and her gifts toward the transformation and empowerment of others.

Rev. Sarah Jobe - Chaplain, Interfaith Prison Ministry for Women

I had the pleasure of hearing Dr. Stephanie speak at Elevation Baptist Church 2019 Reset Women’s Conference. She gave a powerful word that empowered and refreshed to draw us closer to God. I was blessed how God used her to bring His words to life within me.  I thank God for her accepting our invitation.

Tipfanie S - Elevation Baptist Church

Praxis - Blog

Changing Difficult to Doable
God Is My Hod

God Is My Hod

The most curious thing continues to happen. Each time I attempt to type God on my phone or tablet, the autocorrect kicks in and replaces God with Hod. At first it was only a minor inconvenience, but after a while, it become seriously annoying – such to the extent, I paused, reflected and realized that perhaps the Holy Spirit, who…

The King Who Knocked

The King Who Knocked

Anything in the book of Revelation was scary to me as a kid (low key I’m still a little shaken). I am a visual learner, so the imagery in the book was enough to cause me concern. Yet, one verse always gave me comfort. It was Revelation 3:20, ““Look at me. I stand at the door. I knock. If you…

Keep On Living

Keep On Living

The elders would often say, “Keep on living.” I had no clue as to what it meant – actually I had no clue to many of their euphemisms. I failed to understand their meaning, and if I’m honest, I often assumed whatever they said didn’t pertain to me, and was leftover language from the land before time (y’all remember that…

Writing

The only action that I have loved longer than dance is writing.

My books Later Never Came Until Now, Her Name is She and Worshipper in the Workplace are available now for purchase.

Did you know you have access to everything you need? Learn how to tap in to what you have access to and cultivate your faith! Are you ready? Contact me today.

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