Thinking about Lois Wilson: Not Your Typical Women’s History Month Hero by Joy Jones

Thinking about Lois Wilson: Not Your Typical Women’s History Month Hero by Joy Jones Editor’s Note: About 25 years ago, I began reading young adult biographies....

Slowing Death and the Wilsons – What’s the Connection? by Tom Adams

Death is inevitable. Some deaths are sudden; some expected. Some can be prevented or slowed. Addictions kill and maim hundreds of thousands each year...

Lessons for Today from AA’s 87 Years

Lessons for Today from AA’s 87 Years by Tom Adams The founding moment for Alcoholics Anonymous (A.A.) happened on June 10, 1935. Recovering alcoholics and their...

The Forgotten Fantastic Communicator : Bobbie B.

Many are familiar with the early beginnings of A.A. and the start of the little office in New York. Bill W. and Ruth Hock became...

Lois Wilson: An Unsung Hero

You may not know who Lois Wilson is but you should.  She lived 97 years. Fifty-three of those years she was the wife of...

“I Stand At The Door” by Rev. Sam Shoemaker – Reading by Ken R.

I Stand at the Door By Sam Shoemaker I stand by the door. I neither go to far in, nor stay to far out. The door is the...

Founders’ Day – June 10th

Today, we celebrate 86 years of Alcoholics Anonymous! The fellowship of AA has undergone an incredible journey of success and growth since Dr. Bob...

Dr. William Duncan Silkworth passed away March 22, 1951

Dr. William Duncan Silkworth 1873 – 1951 Obituary from the Brooklyn Daily Eagle March 23, 1951   From the April 1951 issue of The A.A. Grapevine: Dr. William Duncan Silkworth...

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