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Change Your Thoughts and Change Your Life!

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Getting Good at Life

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Join Dr. Carolyn Clansy Miller as she interviews Bernice Dickey. Tune in as we discuss how your daily thoughts are impacting the direction of our life. Learn how to identify sabotaging thought patterns and what to do to change your thoughts so you can change your life! About Bernice! Minister Bernice Dickey has been a member of Kainos Community Church for seven years where she serves as a Rhema (associate) minister. She is the mother of Miriam Dickey, an adorable eight year old. She is a retired public school educator with 20 yrs of experience serving as a Bilingual Teacher, Instructional Specialist and recently as an Elementary School Administrator. She is the CEO of BRIGHT Educational Resources, an educational consulting firm, and inspirational author of the soon to be released autobiography, “My #! Is Still My #1!” .This book details her journey from tragedy to triumph in overcoming the clinical depression caused by the sudden and tragic loss of her late husband Pastor Kevin Dickey and daughter, Naomi Dickey in an automobile accident several years ago. She served as Chaplain to the Houston Area Alliance of Black School Educators (HAABSE) and as the HAABSE Newsletter Inspirational Columnist for four years. She holds both a BA in Spanish and a BS in Psychology from Tulane University in New Orleans and a Masters in Educational Administration from Houston Baptist University. Presently, she is enrolled as a Doctoral student in the Biblical Counseling Program at Trinity Theological Seminary. Minister Dickey has been the keynote speaker and workshop facilitator at several Women's Retreats. As First Lady, she served as Chair of the Women's Ministry, Prayer Team and Praise Team Coordinator, and as a Bible Study and VBS Teacher at New Bethel BC. In addition to her busy schedule at her home church she also served as the Site Coordinator for the Women's Summit Retreats for Windsor Village UMC for 7 years. Ministering behind the scenes has been her cal