She makes the case that while motherhood does change women in many ways, it doesn't leave moms as less than the complete women God intended them to be, but instead makes them more. She believes that this truth, however, is not often reflected in churches, where people seem more comfortable seeing motherhood as a woman's primary God-honoring role. So who's right here? Does the Bible really support her premise? Does God really want more for moms? Read and decide for yourself.
A Book Discussion guide is available online courtesy of Christianity Today International, making this book a wonderful resource for a church group study as well as individual moms.