The Dick B. Christian Recovery Guide, 3Rd Ed., 2010 Now Available
Announcing the third edition of
The Dick B. Christian Recovery Guide
By Dick B. and Ken B.
(released April 2010)
This new, third edition has been substantially revised and updated in conjunction with the release this month of the new “Introductory Foundations for Christian Recovery” class by Dick B. and Ken B. on four DVD’s.
The Dick B. Christian Recovery Guide, 3rd ed.
Table of Contents
Introduction (by Dick B.)
Miraculous Healings Are Recorded in the Bible and Are Still Occurring Today
Effective Christian Work with Alcoholics Before A.A.
The Background Factors from Dr. Bob’s Youth in St. Johnsbury (1879-1898)
The Background Factors from Bill Wilson’s Youth (1895 to 1913) and Later
The Akron Genesis of Alcoholics Anonymous
The New York Origins
The Crucible at the Smith Home in Akron During the Summer of 1935
The Highly-Successful, Original Akron A.A. Program, as Summarized by Frank Amos and Quoted in
DR. BOB and the Good Oldtimers
14 Specific Practices Associated with the Original Akron A.A. “Christian Fellowship” Program Bill W.
and Dr. Bob Developed
The Verification of Early A.A.’s Astonishing Success Rates
Documenting the Successes of the First 40 Pioneers
Helping the Newcomer with a Full Kit of Spiritual Tools
Some Suggested Tools with Which to Arm the Nestling about to Be Flung out of the Nest
Helping a Christian to Begin Recovery Today
“A New Way Out”
An Emerging Picture of Proposals and Potential Service from the California Meetings with Dick B.
and Ken B. July 12-21, 2009
Address by Dick B. at the Association of Christian Alcohol and Drug Counselors (ACADC)
Conference in Palm Springs, August 29, 2009
To purchase the new, third edition of The Dick B. Christian Recovery Guide by Dick B. and Ken B., please see the ordering instructions in the center column of the front page of the www.DickB.com web site.
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Dick B. is a writer, historian, retired attorney, Bible student, CDAAC, and an active and recovered member of the Alcoholics Anonymous Fellowship. He has published 39 titles and more than 300 articles on the history of Alcoholics Anonymous. He is the leading “unofficial” A.A. historian in the world today.
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