Learn more about Keturah's Haven from Founder Ruhamah Rylander as she shares the mission and vision behind the non-profit organization. She is joined by her husband David Rylander and Mark and Vicki Watson, volunteers that help keep the organization going.
Keturah’s Haven was established to break the chain of generational poverty and hopelessness by providing women in crisis pregnancies a loving, structured environment as well as the necessary resources and support for them and their children to become productive, well-balanced and contributing citizens.
Keturah’s Haven has been established from the Katy and surrounding counties’ need to create a Christ-centered home to assist homeless pregnant women who need to be loved, nurtured, encouraged and supported during their pregnancy. Keturah’s Haven will temporarily house pregnant women 18 years and older who are homeless, about to become homeless and/or those who are escaping abusive circumstances.
Just as Jesus said in the Matthew 5: 3 -6 Blessed are the poor and the hungry. Our mission is not just to love one another, but to make sure we spread the love of Christ to those who seek our help.