Keturah began teaching teens + young adults within her local church in 2005 and later became a licensed minister in 2009. Since then, she’s had the honor of speaking and facilitating at community events, conferences/retreats, churches, and college campuses. She currently serves as a Mentor to college students.

Personal Story + Teaching Ministry

Psalm 68: 5 - 6

In his holy dwelling, God is a father for the fatherless
and a judge who defends widows.
God causes the lonely to dwell together as a household.
He leads out the prisoners with music…

Keturah Ford’s call to “teach, proclaim, and encourage” is greatly impacted by her personal experience of redemption and healing by her Lord + Savior Jesus Christ as she hit “rock bottom” in low self-worth, confusion, unhealthy relationships, and a lack of focus years ago. She still testifies that if it had not been for God, she would have gone down a “different path.”

Her service to women + families is passionate and embraces the fervent love of God towards people who are growing + evolving amidst crisis, suffering, grief, relationship trauma, injustice, and challenging transitions. Trained in Biblical Counseling, she holds a Masters Degree in Education (M.S. Ed.) and Bachelor of Arts in Sociology (B.A.) and is Certified in both Bible-based Trauma Healing and the SYMBIS (Saving Your Marriage Before It Starts) assessment. Her first internship and work experiences were spent in family literacy/healthy parenting education and domestic violence programs twenty years ago.

She is a passionate consultant, speaker, author, and leader. For inquiries, please email:

Guest Speaker for college students @QueensGathering of Cheyney University of Pennsylvania (2018)

Inspirational Teachings

The Cost of Love

God of My Life. God of My Body.

Keturah’s Family

Two of Keturah’s greatest and most important roles are being a wife to Jason for the last 15 years and a mom to Jordyn, a “spunky” Second Grader.