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Not Cured. But Sober

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A visit to a liquor store inspires a prayer of gratitude for sobriety

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Magazine Issue April 2020 | Topics Gratitude Homegroup/Meetings Remote Communities Service/Into Action Spirituality

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April 2020 | Home Group
We held our first AA picnic at a ranch 15 miles out of town. We marked the way there with signs of camels.
The camels meant a “dry” picnic.

3 days to freedom

November 2019 | Grapevine Classics
They cried, laughed and shared secrets. At a picnic table on the prison yard, his life changed forever

Coming Together

October 2019 | Is AA Accessible to all who need it?
Sometimes the imperfectability of human beings is a wonderful thing

Sunlight of the Spirit

October 2019 | Is AA Accessible to all who need it?
Early in sobriety, he discovered laughter—in fact, Grapevine helped him find it

Taking Calls for AA

September 2019 | Young & Sober
Being on “the firing line” of service—and loving every minute of it

A Late Bloomer in AA

May 2019 | Our Big Book–80 Wonderful Years
His drinking career stretched around the globe. Oddly, he was stuck in one place

In a roomful of men

February 2019 | Stories by Our Longtime Members
The women were scarce in her neck of Montana, but she got plenty of love nonetheless

The stranger

October 2018
On a quiet road, an alcoholic encounters a man who gives him the faith to sing at the top of his lungs


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