A.A. and Tweet, Tweet, Twitter
An Emerging, Vital Resource for Busy Christian Participants in the Recovery Arena
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2010—Things are Changing for the Better!
For 20 years, we have been grinding out research, writing, books, articles, audios, conferences, links, blogs, and other resources designed to keep you up to date on our quest to learn and report on the roles played by God, His Son Jesus Christ, and the Bible in early A.A.'s astonishing successes, and how the lessons learned by the highly-successful, original Akron A.A. “Christian Fellowship” can be used today to help more effectively those who still suffer.
Those resources may be found on our web sites:
http://ChristianRecoveryCoalition.com/ [The International Christian Recovery Coalition]
http://MauiHistorian.blogspot.com/ [current blog posts]
http://DickB-Blog.com/ [older blog posts]
They may also be found on Amazon.com (http://preview.tinyurl.com/y8m3c2t) and on many other sites graciously supplied by helpful AAs and Christian supporters—thousands of them.
But voluminous reporting is phasing out in the newspaper industry, in the book-publishing
industry, and now even in the Internet field. Is it being replaced? No. It’s there and increasing in volume. But folks are switching to cell phones, blackberries, social networks, Facebook, YouTube, forums, chat rooms, and all the rest. But they can’t hear or see or absorb much of the truth with a single Tweet.
We believe there is an emerging and better approach. And we are going to be a part of it. The approach is for us to include in our publishing efforts Tweets for you to follow via Twitter.
What We Will Begin to Do
As the young bucks (Dick B. and Ken B.) on Maui learn new tricks, we will begin to make available Tweets for those who want the convenience of short lead-ins to longer communications.
When We Will Start
Now! And we ask your patience, kindness, and support while we learn and try to serve—keeping in mind that it is our heavenly Father who needs to be sought for wisdom as to how to more effectively serve Him and others.
Happy 2010 and Tweet, Tweet, Twitter!
Dick B.'s email: DickB@DickB.com
Dick B.'s main web site: www.DickB.com