Soul Man Seth

Dr. Seth Pickens

-Born and raised in Detroit, MI, Cass Technical H.S. class of 1996

-Taught 3/4th grade
-Served 2 years with Peace Corps Haiti
-Stand-up Comedian
-Hard-working preacher
-Humble Bible expert
-BEAUTIFUL wife and 2 kids
-Prince Hall Freemason
-B.A., Morehouse College, crossed Alpha Phi Alpha
-M.Div., Union Theological Seminary
-Ed.D., University of Southern California
-Loves basketball and reading
-Currently pastor of Zion Hill in Los Angeles
-Chief aim in life: Helping others realize our loving, limitless nature

14 responses to “Soul Man Seth

  1. I was looking around in WordPress.com and found your blog today and I came to appreciate what you have here. I have added you to my Health Blog blogroll and was wondering if you might add me to yours? Either way, thanks for the great experience of visiting your site and hope you enjoy mine. Thanks Jessie

  2. Seth, we were at Union together and I’m so glad to read your blog, your thoughts, ideas and about your little boy. Keep writing, preaching, thinking and doing. Blessings
    cheri

  3. Just ran across this blog and think I may have served in Haiti with you. Are you the right Seth? If so, shoot me an e-mail.

    Cheers,

    Mason

  4. I miss those days at CT. Mr.Green’s class was the best.
    God bless you, your family, and your work.

    Take care my friend.

    yb

  5. Really, Younus? Other than getting pizza, fries, and a chocolate milk for $1.00, I don’t miss high school. Mr. Green, our physics teacher, was pretty awesome though. Remember that time he did a cartwheel? Thanks a lot for wishing me well. Hope you and yours are fine, too.

  6. We served in Haiti at the same time, in the same group. I am amazed how successful you have become both in your career, academically, and in your personal life. I wish you the best!

  7. Hal and I enjoyed visiting with you on the flight from L.A. To Cleveland last week. Listened to one of your sermons on You Tube. Keep up the good work in Los Angeles!

  8. Seth, if you are looking for ways to get more youth involved and ways to help them, look up Leslie Parker Barnes and what she has done here in Akron. It may be something you could use in L.A.

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