Filmed inside correctional facilities in the U.S. and Canada, this 30 minute video features a diverse group of A.A. members who are currently incarcerated or have been incarcerated and are staying sober one day at a time.
Features the 66th General Service Conference. Includes a history of the Conference; a summary of the 2016 budget; a request for theme suggestions for the 2020 International Convention; and information on corporate board openings.
Contains information about how A.A. members and committees cooperate with professionals offering treatment to alcoholics.
Responses to some of the most frequently asked questions submitted through G.S.O.'s website feedback form.
A biography of Bill W., A.A.'s cofounder, and his role in the development of the Fellowship.
Regional Forums provide an opportunity for A.A. members in a particular region to share experience, strength and hope with representatives of the General Service Board and G.S.O. and Grapevine staff members.
Features an article on a Native Community in Canada; and includes information on International A.A. and Zonal Service Meetings; sponsorship; G.S.O.’s Shipping Department, and openings for new trustee, director and committee member positions.
Three beautifully re-designed placards, printed in two colors on heavy cardboard, 28” x 19” (landscape)
Available separately or as a set:
A.A. Preamble Placard (M-10)
Unity Placard (M-56)
Responsibility Placard (M-9)
Two clips have been added to the Archives Audio Library - excerpts from a talk by Bill W. on criticism and A.A., and a portion of an interview of Sister Ignatia.
The list of e-Books available from A.A.W.S. has been updated to include the French translation of this practical booklet. To see the entire list, click here.
Includes Conference-approved literature, AA Grapevine items, and other A.A. material, in English, French, Spanish and other languages.
2015-2016 Edition, reflecting actions of the 2015 General Service Conference.
Includes info on changes at G.S.O., a new AA Grapevine book, tips on keeping your Holiday Season sober and joyous, and articles on anonymity and A.A. online.