Sometimes being brave only requires the smallest step towards something unfamiliar. Keep stepping, darling… Keturah Ford, M.S. Ed.
Formally trained in Human Services, Education, and Ministry, Keturah Ford is passionate about seeing God’s people fearlessly take bold steps of faith despite the temptation to retreat.
Specifically, she has been on a mission to see women thrive spiritually, relationally, and personally since 2005. She hosted her first Women’s Conference in 2012 where almost 80 women of all ages and backgrounds attended versus the 40 younger women she was expecting. The conferences eventually evolved into the blog, WomenSeekingGod.org, which reached an international audience that spanned from the United States to Asia and Africa. She recently answered the call from God to connect with women more personally and founded Healthy Relationships Network while completing advanced training in “Emotional Management” at the Center for Pastoral Counseling in 2017.
In addition to blogging, facilitating relationship groups, and providing private consultations for women, she is an active guest speaking minister at churches, conferences, and special events. Her testimony is: “I love the Lord. He heard my cries for mercy. Because He turned His ear to me, I will call on Him as long as I live.” – Psalm 116: 1-2.
Two of Keturah’s greatest joys and most important roles are being a wife to Jason for the last 11 years and a mom to Jordyn, a “spunky” preschooler.
- The College of New Jersey
- Thomas Edison State University (B.A.)
- Purdue University Global (M.S. Ed.)
- Jameson School of Ministry
- Center for Pastoral Counseling (Certificate of Completion in Emotional Management)
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**Disclaimer: Keturah Ford is not a “therapist” nor does she claim to provide clinical counseling for the people she serves. However, as a trained Minister and Bible Teacher, she has been equipped to convey the hope of Jesus Christ in unique and powerful ways to countless individuals who’ve been affected negatively by life, love, and relationship crisis. Her sermons, teachings, one-to-one consultations, blog articles/books, and facilitated groups have been her platform for service for the last 13 years.