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A Profound Faith in AA
My name is Gary Glynn and I'm a Class A (nonalcoholic) AA trustee. Class A trustees are chosen for service in AA in part because they often have...
The Anvil of Experience (by Lee J.)
"When anyone, anywhere reaches out for help, I want the hand of AA always to be there. And for that: I am responsible." The first time I read those...
The Fellowship Is My Lifeline (by Debbie L.)
"One thing's for sure, it will keep you sober." These were the first words out of my sponsor's mouth when I called to tell him that my home group...
Are We Supporting Our Support System? (by P. S.)
When was the last time your group made a contribution to your local intergroup? Has it been a month, two months, six months? Or is your group one of...
A Light at the End of the Tunnel (by Stephanie J.)
Our group holds three meetings a week at a local treatment facility. The oldest of the meetings is more than thirty-three years old; it began with...
Rocketed Into the Fourth Dimension (by Roger E.)
The message of Alcoholics Anonymous that we can carry into treatment centers is that this Fellowship has changed us from drunk and miserable to happy...
Treasurer Island (by Dean M.)
February 28, 1994 was a really enjoyable day. Bright sunshine and relatively mild temperatures were a welcome change of pace from a winter that was...
The Spirit of Rotation (by Don P.)
One of the most valuable resources of any organization is the experience of those who have gone before. The sharing of what they've done right, and...
The Transglobal Treasurer (by Don M.)
As I am putting together this year's final financial report for Area 10 (Colorado) of Alcoholics Anonymous, it occurs to me that I'm sitting in the...
Everyone in White But the Bride (by Syd T.)
During my fifth year of sobriety, I developed a bad case of the blahs. I felt as if I were in a dead spot. I was still doing the same things I'd...