Crises aren’t necessarily a bad thing in and of themselves. Although they’re very unpleasant, they can lead to forcing us to grow up and better define ourselves and where we stand. They can serve as catalysts that anchor our moral compass internally within ourselves rather than external – outside of us. This process can lead to more freedom and greater agency, and a fuller life.
I’ve talked to many people who have gone into a faith crisis to some degree as they work to develop their sexuality. I’m personally one of them.
Today my guest is Jacqulin Guernsey, a bright and talented woman, who is a life coach turned fantasy romance novelist. She has a degree in Psychology and a Masters degree in English. She shares an incredible story about her growth journey over the last 15 months, about how sexual challenges in her marriage lead to faith challenges, and how she’s grown in the midst of it all to reconcile the two.