Aimee wanted to be a godly wife, and a godly mother, and read everything that was available to equip herself in that endeavor. When red flags started coming up, and terms were being defined by cultural instead of the Bible, she dismissed them for awhile in an effort to be the "most godly" wife and mother.

It wasn't until she started studying theology that she looks back on those resources and realized there are some large errors we fall into when we fix women's eyes on their ability to uphold their gender's stereotypes to the upmost, instead of fixing their eyes on Christ.

In the end, she talks about how Jesus had theological conversations with women, and what she learned from that.