The Came to Believe Reatreats, Clarence H. Snyder, and the Portland Maine History Conference

What did Clarence H. Snyder do in A.A.

When did Clarence H. Snyder get sober

Who was Clarence Snyder’s sponsor

What role did Clarence Snyder play in the founding of A.A. in Cleveland

How did Cleveland AAs achieve a 93 % documented success rate

Why was Cleveland AA the fastest growing area in early A.A.

Where did the Four Absolutes fit in with the Cleveland A.A. program

What did the early A.A. groups in Cleveland take from the Bible

What were the contents of the Cleveland Central Office Bulletin

How much of the “old program” in Akron A.A. make its way into early Cleveland A.A.

What do the Came to Believe Retreats Do Today

How many of these retreats are conducted today.

Where are these retreats located.

How do the Came to Believe Retreat participants take the 12 Steps in an afternoon

What is the importance of the Our Legacy Step Guide prepared by three oldtimer Clarence Snyder sponsses

Can these Step guides be used all over the world.

How do I obtain these Step guides

What is the price

What is the objective of the Came to Believe retreats

For how many years have these been rolling.

How did the recent myth that Clarence got paid for his Big Book story start

How was the myth repudiated with apologies by the perpetrator.

What literature is currently available as to Clarence Snyder, his wife Grace, and Cleveland A.A.

Tim K. will be dealing with these questions at The First International Alcoholics Anonymous History Conference, September 6-7 in Portland Maine.

The information on each of the retreats and their dates as well as featured items can be found on the website http://www.cametobelieve.org.

God Bless, Dick B., dickb@dickb.com

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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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