ChristianRecoveryRadio.com Features New 27 Video A.A. History Class

Welcome to
Christian Recovery Radio

Announcing!

A New, 27-Video Class for only $29.95:

“Stick with the Winners!

How to Conduct
More Effective 12-Step Recovery Meetings
Using Conference-Approved Literature”

By Dick B. and Ken B.

[This new “Stick with the Winners!” video class builds on and complements the new book, Stick with the Winners! How to Conduct More Effective 12-Step Recovery Meetings Using Conference-Approved Literature: A Dick B. Guide for Christian Leaders and Workers in the Recovery Arena by Dick B. and Ken B. (2012). To obtain the new book in “digital-download” format, please Click Here.

Both the new book and the new 27-video class target two main audiences: (1) People who desire to start or modify an A.A.-Directory-listed meeting; and (2) People who desire to start or modify a Christian Recovery meeting not (yet!) listed in the A.A. Directory. We suggest you obtain both of these new tools and use them together.]

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Overview of the 27 Videos in the New “Stick with the Winners!” Class:

Video Title
00 Introductory Video for the “Stick with the Winners!” Class
01 Where to Begin with a Newcomer
02 Show the Newcomer That the Cure of Alcoholism Was Not Something New from A.A.
03 The Vermont Youth of Dr. Bob and Bill W. Set the Stage for Early A.A.’s Emphasis on God, His Son Jesus Christ, the Bible, Prayer, Conversion, and Witness
04 How Bill W. Got Sober by Turning to God
05 How Dr. Bob Got Sober by Turning to God
06 How A.A. Number Three, Bill D., Got Sober by Turning to God
07 A Summary of How the Original “Old-School” A.A. Program Was Developed
08 Frank Amos’ Seven-Point Summary of the Original Akron A.A. Program
09a Part One (Beginning): Practices One through Eight of the 16 Practices of “Old-School” A.A. in Akron
09b Part Two: Practices Nine through 16 of the 16 Practices of “Old-School” A.A. in Akron
10 The 75% and 93% Success Rates of Early A.A. (Beginning)
11 The 75% and 93% Success Rates of Early A.A. (Conclusion)
12 Part One: Groups One through Seven of the Resources about the “Old-School” A.A. Program Available Today
13 Part Two: Groups Eight through 14 of the Resources about the “Old-School” A.A. Program Available Today
14 The Starting Point: Mastering and Relying on Key Sections of Conference-Approved Literature
15 Supportive Statements in Alcoholics Anonymous (“the Big Book”)
16 Supportive Statements in The Co-Founders of Alcoholics Anonymous (Item # P-53)
17 Supportive Statements in DR. BOB and the Good Oldtimers
18 Organizing and Conducting a “Conference-Approved Literature” Group
19 Resources for Your Group and Its Meetings
20 Topics for Your Group and Its Meetings
21 A Sample Meeting Format
22 Using the Sample Meeting Format with Other Topics
23 Putting It All Together: Some Suggested Basic Approaches
24 The Helpful Personal Stories of Four Early AAs
25 Conclusion: Here’s What Makes the International Christian Recovery Coalition and These Suggested Meetings Different

Only $29.95!
To start watching these videos right now, please click the “Donate” button.

Credit or Debit Card, or PayPal Accepted. (PayPal is the gateway BUT NO PAYPAL ACCOUNT IS REQUIRED.)

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About mauihistorian

Uses pen name Dick B.: Writer, Historian, Retired attorney, Bible student, CDAAC, and active and recovered A.A. member with over 25 years of continuous sobriety. Published 42 titles and over 650 articles on the history of Alcoholics Anonymous and the Christian Recovery Movement. www.dickb.com
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