Lady Patricia Pickett was born in Whitakers, NC to the late Joshua and Corinda Bullock. After high school she attended Shaw University to pursue a degree in Business Administration. It was there that she met and fell in love with Pastor Craig S. Pickett, Sr. They have been married thirty-five years and are the parents of three sons, Cedric Antwaun, Craig Jr. and Jonathan Omar. Recently they became proud grandparents to one precious grandson, Josiah Henry who’s earthly visit was brief and two granddaughters, Carrington Ann and India Denise Pickett.
Lady Pickett is devoted to ministry. She is an Evangelist Missionary in the Church of God in Christ. She assists her husband in ministry to ensure that their God given mandate is carried out. She passionately encourages women. Her teachings challenge them to develop a relationship with God and with their families. She is a strong believer that ministry begins at home and then is spread abroad. She believes that church is made up of families and strong families make strong churches. She is an anointed, uncompromising teacher of the word of God.
She is the President of Life Fellowship at Breakthrough Ministries. This is an organization within the church designed to encourage LADIES to INTERCEDE FOR EACH-OTHER on a daily basis. The goal is to intercede and encourage one another on a daily basis. She also she teaches Sunday School. Sunday School is near to her heart as she often reflects on her past. As a child she was not allowed to go to a formal church service, but she was allowed to go to Sunday School. It was there that she was taught the foundation of the word. She was able to ask questions and received sound answers. Lady Pickett now serves as the Sunday School Chair Lady of the E.C. Cannon Memorial District.
This book is her testimony that mistakes are unplanned pit stops experienced along life's journey. Hence, you must be intentional not to allow temporary moments to stop you from achieving great success ahead. This testimony will push you beyond guilt, shame, and rejection to an anchored place of healing and resilience. She will quickly encourage you with this truth " Your past does not define you."