Four old timers speaking in 1999 celebrating The 60th Anniversary of the Big Book - Part 2
Four old timers speaking in 1999 celebrating The 60th Anniversary of the Big Book - Part 1
We are going to change it up a little and post a big book study workshop that took place in 2011, each speaker is presenting for about an hour on one step.
The podcast will be one step each day for the next 12 days. Please let me know if you like this or would prefer random speakers. email@example.com
Chris S speaks about the first step at the 4th Montclair NJ Big Book Study in 2011
Rebecca as the opening speaker then Robert speaking in February 2010 at the Saturday North Oakland AA Open speaker meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous.
Tony H speaking in 1999 just after his 20th AA birthday followed by Eric C
Brian speaking for 20 min followed by Scott L speaking at an unknown meeting.
Tanya and Coleen speaking on the topic of - The Family Afterward at the Spiritual Awakenings Group Bernardsville NJ 2004
Samuel speaking for about 20 min, then Vicky (sober in 1983) speaking at the N. Oakland AA Saturday night speaker meeting - Sept 2016
A panel meeting from 2011 on the topic of starting a young peoples AA meeting (location unknown)
Kathy speaking for 10 min followed by Armando (sober in 1969) at N Oakland AA in August of 2015
Road to Recovery Group in Plymouth UK celebrating the groups 16th Anniversary, with 4 different speakers.
Longtime Women in AA at Campbell River, BC in 2007.
12 Traditions workshop held at Central Orlando in the summer of 2012. This is a bit under 3 hours long and the last 20 min or so is a recording of Bill W talking about the traditions. I cleaned the audio as much as possible.
It features multiple people making presentations and some Q and A as well, a fairly informal format.
Barb C sober 12 years at the time of this speak in 2004, after she speaks for 30+ min she picks a topic (selfishness) and others from the meeting share for about 5 min each.
Mark H and Dave F discuss how important the first step is not only to starting the program but to maintaining sobreity. There is also a discussion about working with those who relapse often.