I read the first chapter and the question at the end of the chapter seemed to speak right to me. I think we all need to be reminded that God loves us, as we are, right now.
She continues with great news and deep questions through the whole book. She provides the good news of God’s grace through faith in Christ. Then she brings out into the open all the fears and burdens that women have. She does a good job of balancing between the very big and very hard issues and the daily and small items that we often think are somehow not part of the big plan. She brings out some serious hardcore sins and tragedies to make sure we understand that while it is very serious and painful it is also still within God’s sovereignty. She also does a good job of reminding us that the freedom that comes through God’s grace is also there for the fears or shame or frustrations that seem so small (at least to everyone else).