Monthly Archives: June 2015

We Carry the Message of AA Recovery . . .

When I visited the Beyond Belief Meeting in Toronto last summer I was most impressed that they took a meeting into a dual-diagnosis detox  for alcohol addicts with other mental health issues at one of Toronto’s hospitals. Now I’m most … Continue reading

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21st Century Recovery

This week Joe C., author of Beyond Belief — the name of our meeting and the book we use as the suggested topic for our meetings — put up on his website, Rebellion Dogs Publishing, a podcast of an interview he did … Continue reading

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New Attendance Records

An earlier post described the accelerating numbers of groups in North America for atheists, agnostics, freethinkers and those with different beliefs from the predominant Christian belief in the majority of AA meetings throughout North America. Well, the growth of Portland’s  secular AA … Continue reading

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Hello Sober Secular Members of AA !~!~!

This is the beta build of the Portland Oregon Secular AA website that Rob B. and I have been working on for the past several months, but especially the last couple of weeks. It is a work in progress, and … Continue reading

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QUAD-A/WAAF Meetings Accelerating . . .

This graph, prepared by Deirdre S. of New York City who compiles the worldwide listing of Agnostic AA meetings,  is  posted on AA Agnostica. It amply demonstrates that We Agnostics, Atheists and Freethinkers are thriving in our recovery together within … Continue reading

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Finally, a Book of Our Stories . . .

In 1975, the first request to publish the stories of agnostics, atheists and freethinkers was made to AA’s General Service Office. In 2014 a pamphlet, “Many Paths to Spirituality” was finally published. However, this did not include our stories, only … Continue reading

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