MEET THE STAFF
Relebogile Beatrice Mogomotsi is an enthusiastic 21 year old born and raised in South Africa. She is currently doing her third/final year in college, studying towards Media Practices, specializing in Marketing. She did both her primary and high school education at Catholic schools. Her mother raised her in the church and her relationship with God was built from a very tender age.
God revealed himself to her even more during her teenage years. She developed love for praise and worship music at age 16. Since then, she took a leap of faith by walking towards God even closer.
However, challenges started to arise when she left home for college. She found herself in a completely different world than the one she was used to. She knew she had to become one with Christ, but things got worse. She found herself surrounded by unhealthy relationships, toxic friendships, and the temptation to compromise her identity in God. By the mercies of God, she learned to refocus her attention on Jesus Christ. She understood this to mean – living, loving and leading like he did, and in return having a stretched heart full of wonder and grace, as well as a deepened faith.
She started as a guest blogger for WomenSeekingGod.org in 2016. She has also done volunteer work for an orphanage home, wrote for the local youth development movement, attended public speaking seminars, and has committed to volunteering at church.
She lives to inform and to inspire generations of readers, believers and those who are ready to start their journey of seeking God.
The quest to depend on God in previous years was a rough journey for Keturah as it yielded inconsistency, poor judgement, and a life lived as an extremely confused woman. During college and soon after, she was undeniably caught at a crossroad of the church and a world of pure mayhem.
After a season of bad decisions, unhealthy relationships, and utter chaos, she had an encounter with God that changed her life. God assured her in the lone confinement of her apartment that he would be the one to satisfy and fulfill her. She never looked back and began reading the Bible from the beginning to the end. The Word of God was LIFE to her when she needed it the most. Things took another turn when God began to reveal her purpose and she would start serving others more strategically in 2005. Holding a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Sociology, a Masters Degree in Education, and ministry training at Jameson School of Ministry, she has used her gifts to help the local church and various communities. As an ordained minister, she has worked in various roles as a leader in singles ministry, young adult ministry, adult ministry, and evangelism ministry.
Keturah Ford began Women Seeking God by faith as a Women’s Conference in 2012 in the state of New Jersey (United States). A diverse group of eighty women attended this event versus the forty women she was expecting.
Since then, Keturah has watched the events evolve into the blog and other resources for women. She is elated to partner with Relebogile Mogomotsi of South Africa as they continue to spread the message of Jesus Christ to women internationally via blogging and other resources.
Today, as a wife to Associate Pastor Jason Ford, mom to Jordyn, and person on a quest to find meaning in life like most people, she has discovered that: “A JOURNEY WITH GOD IS WORTH IT!”
Besides writing, speaking is dear to her heart as she has had the opportunity to teach and preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ in the local church and via conferences, retreats, bible studies, homeless outreach endeavors, and many other special events for the past twelve years.
Find out more about her via the website – KeturahFord.com – CLICK HERE.
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