Very little meat...a disappointing read.
Becky had a really rough background. God has done great things for her.
INSIDE FLAP of Book:
Today's woman isn't a radical feminist, nor is she an ultraconservative. She is more often a wife and mom who is--or has bee--married. She struggles to baolance home and family, fitness and faith. Too often she bears the scars from sexual abuse, alcoholism, or drug addiction. She faces choices her mother never faced and is aware that her children face even toughter choices. But she looks at--and lives--life as an adventure....
"For far too long the Christian Woman has been misconceived as a:
dangerous, doormat, dowdy dressing, phobic, anti-everthything, closed-minded, legalistic, serious, poor, isolated woman."
If you are searching for a new identity as a woman in the nineties that includes balancing your faith, family, and fitness, then consider becoming a wild, wonderful woman for God.