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July 18, 2016

Alcoholics Anonymous History
The Dick B. Christian Recovery Guide

The Dick B. Christian Recovery Guide
Third Edition

(Kihei, HI: Paradise Research Publications, Inc., 2010)

(eBook/“digital download” version)

By Dick B. and Ken B.
© Anonymous 2010. All rights reserved

The Dick B. Christian Recovery Guide, 3rd ed., by Dick B. and Ken B. is based on Dick B.’s lifetime of Bible study, legal scholarship and training, 26 years of continuous sobriety, active participation in the A.A. Fellowship, experience sponsoring more than 100 sponsees, 22 years of historical research, and 44 published titles.

This edition is the product of one year of conferences, meetings, and personal talks by the authors (Dick B. and Ken B.) with Christian recovery leaders and others from the United States and Canada. It is based on their needs, their suggestions, their responses, and the compelling need for “A New Way Out” for Christians in the recovery arena who are not, and don’t want to be, alone. It can be used as a guide by 12-Step members, sponsors, counselors, facilitators, Christian recovery pastors, Christian recovery groups, clergy, study groups, and those engaged in carrying the story of early A.A.’s  Christian fellowship, simple program, and astonishing successes to fellowships, treatment facilities, prisons, homeless, veterans, military, and hospitals. 


Dick B.'s son Ken
P.O. Box 837
Kihei, Hawaii
Tel.: (808) 276-4945
Fax: (808) 874-4876

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