Why do many gay Christians committed to a traditional sexual ethic experience their celibacy as involuntary? What are the challenges of involuntary celibacy? With compassion and patience for self, how can we learn to embrace and thrive in our celibacy?
Pieter Valk is a licensed professional counselor and he leads EQUIP—the premier consulting and training solution for churches aspiring to be places where gay Christians thrive according to a traditional sexual ethic. Pieter is also a cofounder of the Nashville Family of Brothers, an ecumenically Christian brotherhood offering family in Nashville to men called to vocational singleness.