Acclaimed recording artist Plumb on Friday released her second book, "Fight For Her: Even If You Have To Fight Her," continuing to inspire and empower women everywhere. The new book comes on the heels of her June Beautifully Broken album release, a recording which she wrote simultaneously with her latest literary offering.
"Fight For Her" is a moving challenge to fight for each other, even if that sometimes means fighting with each other. Our relationships can often be messy, Plumb says, but when we challenge and support each other with love and grace, lives are transformed.
She explains that she originally planned to write a book for mothers and daughters, but as she started working on the book, it dawned upon her that all women are daughters, whether they ever become a mother or not. Plumb says we have to be reminded that we are all sons and daughters of God who have been and will continue to be fought for, regardless of our earthly experience with the parents we have or have not had.
Drawing inspiration from generational lessons of both being a daughter and having one, Plumb explores the fundamental questions everyone-especially females-face, with depth and levity. With her sense of humor and down-to-earth style, Plumb draws readers to hold on to Jesus and each other with full hearts, striving the best for each other. With thoughtful questions at the end of each chapter, "Fight For Her" offers an empowering, encouraging, and enriching read, both as a stand-alone book or small group discussion.
Plumb says she wrote the book from her perspective as a woman to challenge the way women communicate with each other. However, she explains, the sentiment also resonates with men equally. She says "fighting for" can often look like "fighting with," and "standing up for" can often seem like "standing up to."
"I hope 'Fight For Her' begins a revolution of people committed to fighting for, supporting, and challenging each other to be all we were created to be, by communicating the truth of what God says about us, to us, in love," Plumb explains. "Sometimes, that is telling someone who thinks or feels unworthy how beautiful and valuable they truly are. And sometimes it means telling them no."
With the release of her new book, Plumb has also launched a playful Alice in Wonderland-inspired video for the title track of her latest album, Beautifully Broken. She hopes the video serves as a reminder that, much like a teacup, we are all beautiful and valuable, but easily broken.
Click below to watch the music video for "Beautifully Broken," or click here to watch it on YouTube:
Plumb Tour Dates:
8/25 - Waconia MN
9/2 - West Liberty, OH
9/15 -Shippensburg, PA - Uprise Festival
9/21 - Irvine, CA - Fish Family Night
9/22 - Palmdale, CA - Gracefest
9/23 - Sacramento, CA - Kingdom Come Sacramento
"We Are One Tour" with Plumb and Unspoken with special guest Dan Bremnes:
9/18 - El Paso, TX
9/20 - Las Vegas, NV
9/25 - Crescent City, CA
9/26 - Chico, CA
9/27 - San Jose, CA
9/28 - Fresno, CA
9/29 - Santa Barbara, CA
9/30 - San Bernardino, CA
10/4 - Beatrice, NE
10/5 - Warrensburg, MO
10/6 - Sunnyvale, TX
10/7 - Muskogee, OK
10/11 - Florence, AL
10/12 - Montgomery, AL
10/13 - Dunwoody, GA
10/14 - Kosciusko, MS
10/17 - Searcy AR
10/18 - Greeneville, TN
10/19 - Colonial Beach, VA
10/20 - Norfolk, VA
10/21 - Charlotte, NC