Book Review | Need You Now

Need You Now: A Story of Hope
by Plumb with Susanna Foth Aughtmon

Christian music artist, Plumb (AKA Tiffany), tells us that her story as told in her book, Need You Now, is a story of hope, and it is.  Her memoir is a quick and easy read with stories from her childhood, her rise in Christian music, her love story, her marriage struggles and how God restored her marriage.  She’s totally real, totally vulnerable and honest.  I loved hearing her heart about sharing her music and her love for Jesus and her family.

I particularly loved how she trusts God with the future.  She tends to look at life events as: Well, if that works out–awesome!  If it doesn’t, on to something new. It’s a perspective that breathes hope into every part of her story.

Her story also reminds me of God’s sovereignty.  There’s no need to try to push and shove, fight and claw your way to the top of any mountain or the forefront of anyone’s attention. She just did her thing.  She sang as a kid in churches.  When presented with the next opportunity, she just gave it her best.  God opened every door.  He directed her path and the people she needed to meet.  Even in the hard things and the ‘setbacks,’ God was at work growing her as an artist and helping her love Him above all else.

Those interested in Plumb as a musician will love getting to know her better.  Couples looking for hope in broken marriages will be blessed and encouraged and young moms overwhelmed by diaper changing duty will find a friend!need-you-now

I received this book free from the publisher. I was not required to write a positive review and the opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255 : “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”


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