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Lean On Me

Lean On Me Finding Intentional, Vulnerable, and Consistent Community

By Anne Marie Miller
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 4.37 Stars

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On 4/7 Kaitlyn wrote: Lean On Me: Finding Intentional, Vulnerable, and Consistent Community is Anne Marie Miller’s newest book. The title says it best – this book is Anne’s story of finding community that is real and honest and continues to show up even when it isn’t easy or convenient. To be honest, the book is not ... She Tells It Like It Is

Kaitlyn's Rating:

3 Stars

On 3/13 Melissa McMurchy wrote: I found this book pretty helpful for the things that most of us are looking for in life. It is about finding yourself as well as finding your community. There are so many things that happen in our life and we think we can just keep moving with them or just throw them away. Life doesn’t work like ... Lean on Me

Melissa's Rating:

5 Stars

On 2/28 Jill Foley wrote: In her newest book, Anne Marie Miller talks about finding community through being committed and vulnerable to others. Using her own desperate need for community, Ms. Miller walks the reader through what this looked like for her and how her community helped her heal and move through a very painful part ... Lean on Me by Anne Marie Miller

Jill's Rating:

4 Stars

On 2/27 Joy Stevens wrote: Lean On Me is a book about the importance of community and relationship. More specifically though it is a book about one persons journey through pain and brokenness into wholeness and healing, and how integral relationship with others was to her during that time. This book really called out to my heart. ... Book Review: Lean On Me by Anne Marie Miller

Joy's Rating:

5 Stars

On 2/25 aCameraAndaCookbook wrote: Lean on Me by Anne Marie Miller is a book about the trials of life; sometimes needing a community, while other times of our lives we providing the community. I loved the quote from the beginning of chapter 1 by James Baldwin that sometimes home is not a place but a feeling. As a daughter of a pastor, ... Lean on Me by Anne Marie Miller

aCameraAndaCookbook's Rating:

4 Stars

On 2/6 Jessica @ Little Life in the South wrote: When I requested a copy of this book for review I don't think I truly understood how much I had in common with the author, Anne Marie Miller. I knew I was looking for community in my life and that this book would be helpful in my quest for building intentional community, but I didn't realize how much ... A great read for those looking to build intentional community

Jessica @ Little Life in the South's Rating:

5 Stars

On 1/31 lotsixtyfive wrote: It's yet another snow-filled blustery day on Prince Edward Island, and I am taking advantage of the time to unwind by reading my rather large stockpile of to-be-read books.  I'll be sharing thoughts on some of those in forthcoming videos for my youtube channel, but I thought I'd share two recent ... Weekend Reads v.1

lotsixtyfive's Rating:

4 Stars

On 1/27 Cassie Lee wrote: The book "Lean On Me" by Anne Marie Miller has a deceiving title, in my opinion. The author calls this a book about building community, but it's really more of a chronicle of the dark places she has been in her life. Through a divorce, failed jobs and moves, and financial troubles, Anne Marie candidly ... "Lean On Me" Review

Cassie Lee's Rating:

4 Stars

On 1/26 Katy Zitzmann wrote: I recently read Lean on Me by Anne Marie Miller. This book had been on my radar for a while and I was intrigued since a long time ago I used to follow her when she was Anne Jackson. I have also read some of her other books, but I knew that a lot had changed in her life so I was curious about this book. I ... Community

Katy's Rating:

5 Stars

On 1/14 Daylilyoverflow wrote: In Lean on Me, Anne Marie Miller writes of her divorce, relocation away and back to her home, the creation of a network of friends, her journey to community, and everything in between. But it’s not just a memoir. It’s a way to reconsider your own connections and how they could better portray the ... Lean on Me

Daylilyoverflow's Rating:

4 Stars