Unity and service
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Bill W.’s 1946-1947 Grapevine articles on the Traditions trace the evolution of principles for A.A. unity and growth.
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A.A. Tradition – How it Developed0,70$ Add to cart
In this foreword to The A.A. Service Manual, Bill W. describes the beginnings of group and general services, the origin of the Traditions, and the birth of the Conference.
- What is the basic A.A. service?
- The Fellowship’s responsibility
- The pioneers’ battle for the Big Book
- News stories and sudden A.A. growth
- Beginnings of group and world services
- Origin of the Twelve Traditions
- G.S.O. today
- Birth of the General Service Conference
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A.A.’s Legacy of Service0,60$ Add to cart
Provides basic information on the Grapevine and La Viña magazines – AA “meetings in print” – including their history, how to submit stories, and how to become a Grapevine or La Viña Representative in your group.
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AA Grapevine and La Viña: our Meetings in Print0,60$ Add to cart
This leaflet explains the A.A. service structure through full-color diagrams. Ideal for A.A.s who are new to service.
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Circles of Love and Service0,20$ Add to cart
Through image and text, this new (2021) pamphlet offers concise descriptions of the Twelve Traditions, discussing how (and why) these important guidelines came to be and illustrating how they serve to protect A.A. unity in real world situations. Foundational A.A. principles such as anonymity and self-support are explored along the way.
Experience Has Taught Us: An Introduction to Our Twelve Traditions1,00$ Add to cart
Your group’s link to A.A. as a whole.
For a new general service representative, this leaflet outlines responsibilities and useful sources of information; for a group, what to keep in mind when electing a G.S.R.
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G.S.R. – General Service Representative0,20$ Add to cart
Explains the A.A. service structure in the U.S. and Canada, describing all elements linking member and group with the General Service Conference.
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Inside A.A.0,20$ Add to cart
Informal guide tells how a group works most effectively, how a new group can be started and how each group can be linked to A.A. as a whole.
Touches upon the following topics, and more:
- Definition of an A.A. group
- Open and Closed meetings
- Suggested meeting procedures
- How to start a group
- Roles/responsibilities in a group:
- Literature chairperson, etc.
- A.A. group principles:
- Group conscience,
- Group inventory,
- Business meetings, etc.
- How the group relates to service committees
- How the group relates to the General Services (New York)
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The A.A. Group… where it all begins1,00$ Add to cart
Brief biographical sketches of Bill W. and Dr. Bob, together with their last major talks.
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The Co-Founders of A.A.0,70$ Add to cart
Brief, easy-to-read text and clever illustrations make the Twelve Concepts for World Service clear and understandable.
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Twelve Concepts Illustrated1,00$ Add to cart
Based on a series that first appeared in Grapevine in the 1960s, this classic pamphlet retains its retro, light-hearted illustrations as well as its clear and plainly spoken language. Taken together, the text and images convey both the spirit and the practical application of our Traditions.
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Twelve Traditions Illustrated1,00$ Add to cart