“As beautiful as motherhood is, it is yet very complex. We need God every step of the way…”
Keturah Ford grew up as the eldest child among six siblings. She continues to be inspired by this role and the lessons she learned while watching her own mom and dad navigate the challenges and victories of having a large family.
With a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and a Master of Science in Education, Keturah pursued a career serving people in the fields of social services, family literacy, and adult education. Her experience spans from working as an advocate in a domestic violence shelter to a family support worker and literacy instructor in the capital city of New Jersey to a teacher of teens/adults improving their basic skills after becoming unemployed, displaced, incarcerated, etc.
Formally accepting the call to teach, preach, and counsel with the Bible in 2009, she received intensive mentorship support at her local church and attended Jameson School of Ministry (2011-2013) until she gave birth to her daughter.
In order to better serve women and families, Keturah later became certified in both Bible Based Trauma Healing (Trauma Healing Institute) and the SYMBIS (Saving Your Marriage Before It Starts) Assessment and has completed professional development training in Emotional Management (Center for Pastoral Counseling) and Grief + Loss Coaching (American Association of Christian Counselors).
She considers Mommyhood Deconstructed a transparent exchange of her own heart with others as she shares some intimate motherhood moments, real challenges, and her desperate need to depend on God.
Two of her greatest joys are being a wife to her husband Jason for the last 14 years and a mommy to her spunky, six year old daughter, Jordyn.
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