- 1 Where can I get AA literature?
- 2 Is Hazelden AA approved literature?
- 3 Is the grapevine AA approved literature?
- 4 Is the Little Red Book AA approved literature?
- 5 What is AA approved literature?
- 6 Is back to basics AA approved?
- 7 What does it mean to drop the rock?
- 8 What is Cal in Al Anon?
- 9 What are the different types of AA?
- 10 What is an AA Grapevine meeting?
- 11 When did the AA Grapevine start?
- 12 Who wrote AA Comes of Age?
Where can I get AA literature?
Ordering A.A. Literature
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Is Hazelden AA approved literature?
Regional newsletters and literature also lack conference approval but are widely used in meetings. Since 1954 the Hazelden published “Twenty Four Hours a Day” (ISBN 9780894860126) has been very widely used in AA meetings and has never been considered for conference approval.
Is the grapevine AA approved literature?
The term “Conference-approved” relates to literature and audiovisual material that is published by AA World Services, Inc, and has been approved by Conference for this purpose. The General Service Conference recognises the Grapevine as the international journal of Alcoholics Anonymous.
Is the Little Red Book AA approved literature?
The Little Red Book is a non-conference approved study guide to The Big Book which was also called The Big Red Book because of its red and yellow cover when it was first published; however the cover of The Big Book became blue with the second edition in 1955.
What is AA approved literature?
General Service Conference-approved literature reflects the group conscience of the Fellowship of A.A. and includes the book Alcoholics Anonymous (affectionately known by members as the Big Book); Daily Reflections, a compilation of spiritual reflections contributed by members; books written by one of A.A.‘s co-
Is back to basics AA approved?
Back to Basics is nothing more than an A.A. meeting format from the mid 1940’s. It is a format that was approved by many thousands of A.A. Groups in the 1940’s and 1950’s and has been approved by more than 3,000 A.A. Groups today. The General Service Conference does not approve A.A. meeting formats.
What does it mean to drop the rock?
“Drop the rock!” they all shout. “Let go! Drop the rock!” Treading water, Mary looks down at the rock. She realizes it contains her fear, resentments, self-pity, anger, intolerance and other character defects.
What is Cal in Al Anon?
Conference Approved Literature (CAL) | Al–Anon Family Groups.
What are the different types of AA?
Here are some of the choices of types of meetings available to a member of Alcoholics Anonymous:
- The topic/discussion meeting.
- The speaker meeting.
- The Big Book study.
- 12 Step studies.
- Men’s groups and women’s groups.
- Gay and lesbian groups, young people’s groups, old-timer groups.
- Special interest groups.
What is an AA Grapevine meeting?
The AA Grapevine is the international journal of Alcoholics Anonymous. Often referred to as our “meeting in print,” the AA Grapevine communicates the experience, strength, and hope of its contributors and reflects a broad geographic spectrum of current AA experience with recovery, unity, and service.
When did the AA Grapevine start?
The first issue of the AA Grapevine was published in June 1944. A new issue has come out every month since. Early AA groups adopted the AA Grapevine as the international journal of Alcoholics Anonymous in 1946. The General Service Conference reaffirmed this designation in 1986.
Who wrote AA Comes of Age?
Bill W. Tells how A.A. started, how the Steps and Traditions evolved, and how the A.A. Fellowship grew and spread overseas. 10 discs. 11 hours 3 minutes.