One of the attributes that I personally love about God is that he puts everything in our reach. All we have to do is grab ahold of what we need as he offers us such wonderful gifts. An example of this is in John 4 where the bible speaks of a Samaritan woman who was […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
A year ago, I ventured out and applied to be a guest blogger at WomenSeekingGod.org. By the grace of God, I have taken on the role as Lead Blogger. I am excited about the future of this ministry as we reach women all over the world. It is my prayer that women will joyfully and […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
I have a confession – finally (this blog post has been sitting in my draft box for days). 2016 was sometimes frustrating to my very soul. Yes, this Christian lady is venting a bit, but I’ll explain my sheer frustration in a moment. Along with many of you, I prayed that the will of God prevail mightily […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
My Story “Is he staring at me? Why is he staring at me? I guess because he likes me. But WAIT – he has a girlfriend.” A year later my crush broke up with his girlfriend. He was still staring at me intensely every time our paths crossed. I initially saw this as a sign […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Have questions about who God is? Confused about how to have a relationship with Him? Keep reading the article below. – Keturah Ford, Founder of WomenSeekingGod.org There is no other controversial figure that makes headlines, graces the closing of speeches and prayers, causes animosity, and is questioned as much as God […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
Reflecting on the forerunners in Black American History can instill in us a sense of pride. We can be humbly reminded that countless individuals, for the sake of freedom, overcame great prejudice, discrimination, Jim Crow laws, and the obstacle of being deemed irrelevant to an entire nation. The wonderful legacy of the freedom fighters […]Continue Reading... 4 Comments.
As I sat in the doctor’s office on a beautiful spring afternoon in May 2013, the words, “Mrs. Ford, you aren’t pregnant”, rang loud in my ears. Of course the blood test didn’t “lie” and neither did the four or five home pregnancy tests I had previously taken. Surely, there was some other medical explanation […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
I’ll never forget the day they walked into my classroom in 2011 at Rowan College at Burlington County. They were eccentric and mysteriously quiet. They were meek and extremely intelligent. They were artistically and musically inclined. Their names are Noreal Mays and Cerita Mays, two home-schooled students under the age of 21 at that particular […]Continue Reading... 3 Comments.