Write. Lament. Release.


“Write. Lament. Release.” is a 4-part journaling group that includes Bible-based education, guided discussions, spiritual reflections, writing exercises, and life application tools.

You will have an opportunity to face the “hard stuff” (in meaningful ways) for the sake of building healthier relationships with God, yourselves, and others.

Each session lasts approximately 90 minutes and is hosted by Keturah Ford, Founder + Certified Facilitator of Healthy Relationships Network.

Registration is now closed. Please check back in the new year.



Topics

Process some of the most difficult times of your life as it relates to voice + power (due to pent up frustration/anger, unfocused prayer, timidness + fear, lack of communication, etc.). REGISTRATION CLOSED.

Process some of the most difficult times of your life as it relates to grief + loss (due to death, breakup, severed emotional bonds, major change/shift in social connections and community, etc.). REGISTRATION CLOSED.

Process some of the most difficult times of your life as it relates to faith + forgiveness (due to unresolved conflict, traumatic relationship experiences, self blame, etc.). REGISTRATION CLOSED.

Process some of the most difficult times of your life as it relates to identity + purpose (due to lack of confidence, loss of hope, unrealized dreams, etc.). REGISTRATION CLOSED.


Let’s get started.


Meet Your Facilitator

Keturah Ford, Founder + Certified Facilitator of Healthy Relationships Network since 2017


Keturah Ford, M.S. Ed., is certified in Bible Based Trauma Healing (Trauma Healing Institute) and has completed professional development training in Emotional Management (Center for Pastoral Counseling) and Grief + Loss Coaching (American Association of Christian Counselors).

Outside of her public preaching + Bible teaching ministry, she is dedicated to addressing the matters of the heart in smaller/private groups and sessions that help women apply Biblical principles and practical tools to some of the most difficult moments of their lives.