No matter what your professed faith is, it has to be lived out through relationships. It’s unavoidable. Faith without interaction with other image bearers will inevitably be weak. But it’s in our most intimate and close relationships that we are tested and tried to our very limits. And the most intimate bond we have here on earth is marriage. But what happens when the person you promised to be with till death, reneges on so many of the assurances he or she vowed on that altar? When is divorce the only alternative? Best-selling Chrisitan author Lysa TerKeurst has bared her soul in her books, that bring to light our greatest wants and our greatest needs. She’s been frank and open about her divorce from the man who just a few years ago, she renewed vows with after the union of two decades went sour. TerKeurst learns from experience, which is why she is a valuable spiritual guide for both men and women. On this episode of Lighthouse Faith podcast, TerKeurst talks about her book, “Good Boundaries and Goodbyes: Loving Others Without Losing the Best of Who You Are”. Love is complicated. It’s the one lesson any spouse or parent learns, oftentimes, the hard way. And loving someone in a godly way is the most difficult. It’s also potentially the most painful. But it can also bring us closer to understanding who we are, while strengthening and loving who we are meant to be.