One of the most indelible memories Sesame Street has left in my mind is that of the letter and number of the day. I loved, “Today’s episode is brought to you by the letter Q and the number 12.” As a child I always longed for the day the episode would be brought to you by the letter K. As I sat down to read and review “Lean In” by Sheryl Sandberg, this memory of Sesame Street came to mind. I felt like I should begin this piece with the bold and italicized statement: “This Review brought to you by my husband, John!” In fact, I feel like most all of my sermons and ministry should carry this pronouncement. Boldly. Front and center. We are the pastors and people we are because of the love and support of those around us: our spouses, children, coworkers, friends, parents, and family. I think one of the reasons I enjoyed Sandberg’s book was simply because she is aware of the fact that none of us is an island. We can work together to promote our collective best; we can lean in to create change.