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What Constitutes a Good Sponsor, as Minneapolis Sees It
(Many groups have used to good advantage the sponsor system, one of which is outlined below. Other methods followed by other groups will be outlined...
Sponsorship. . . (by R.G.M.)
THE chairman had just opened the regular weekly closed meeting when Doc slipped quietly into the room. His lips were white and his hands trembled as...
Sponsorship. . . (by R.G.M.)
"Is it wise to point out the benefits he can get from becoming a member of AA?" "It is providing you don't give him the impression that he's about to...
Sponsorship. . . (by J. H.)
IN a great many cases the individual coming into AA is a helpless dejected one who is mentally, physically and financially bankrupt. We find him (or...
Sponsorship--A Dying Art
(Editor's Note: From the Metropolitan Rotating Committee the following "Message of Sponsorship" has been received. Issued as a letter to all of...
A Canadian Sponsor's Program (by G. K.)
I PRESUME we have all seen the mother bird trying to lure her new-fledged offspring to the sky; the old tabby teaching her kittens to forage and...
Two Views on Sponsorship (by Anonymous)
THIS isn't the sixty-four dollar question. It is the one hundred and sixty-four dollar one. I suppose it all boils down to the matter of "let your...
Two Views on Sponsorship (by Anon)
WHO, besides myself, thinks of their sponsor as a safety valve? I trust (engineers) that a safety valve is used to release excessive steam. For that...
Some Do's and Don't's on Sponsorship (by A. C. B.)
FOR many years I labored under the delusion that I knew all the answers. Therefore it took a tremendous amount of softening up by John Barleycorn...
Sponsorship (by R. L. O.)
MOST of us have come to know that in order to keep our sobriety we must share it, that the only way we are able to keep what we have gained in this...