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The Front Lines

January 2022 | Beginners
Dimly lit rooming houses, emergency rooms, even rooftops— he keeps reaching out. And once in a good while they reach back

In all our affairs

December 2021 | Remote Communities & Sober Holidays
A month later I was in a prostate cancer survivor group. It became clear to me that by using what I learned in my AA program, I was able to help other cancer patients as well as myself.

Living Proof

July 2021 | The Annual Prison Issue
A call to help a fellow member in a legal jam presents an opportunity to witness the love we show one another

Keys, Title & a Hug

May 2021 | Our Twelve Steps
After hitting a sober bottom, a newcomer gets busy doing the Steps with his sponsor and things start looking up

Is AA accessible to all?

October 2019 | Is AA Accessible to all who need it?
Her journey into service revealed a need for more handrails, ramps, babysitters and Braille

So all can understand

October 2019 | Is AA Accessible to all who need it?
A longtime AA interpreter shares her wonderful journey and all the joy it brings

A vision for service

October 2019 | Is AA Accessible to all who need it?
Though her sight is often a challenge, her passion for giving back keeps growing

Hope he stays

July 2019 | The Prison Issue

Frequent contact

May 2019 | Our Big Book–80 Wonderful Years
Some favorite passages in the Big Book help a father get through the darkest days of his life

The great fact is

May 2019 | Our Big Book–80 Wonderful Years
A member shares a firsthand account of the ceremony to celebrate the first Navajo Big Book

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