Sobriety is Surrender: The Tools of Recovery
(2007)

$18.00

All sober ABA members know the importance of using the eight “Tools” outlined in the ABA textbook, for this is the means of cooperating with the Higher Power that keeps us sober. One ABA speaker presents a general introduction to this subject, followed by eight members sharing their experience of using one of the tools in the course of their recovery. A bonus talk on “The Family Perspective” contains the experience of three family members who have lived with ABA members.
Recorded in 2007

SKU: #DF-04 Category:

Description

All sober ABA members know the importance of using the eight “Tools” outlined in the ABA textbook, for this is the means of cooperating with the Higher Power that keeps us sober. One ABA speaker presents a general introduction to this subject, followed by eight members sharing their experience of using one of the tools in the course of their recovery. A bonus talk on “The Family Perspective” contains the experience of three family members who have lived with ABA members.
Recorded in 2007

Contains the following recordings:

Using the Tools-A General Perspective, Joan J., St. Albert, AB (01:04:50)

Prayer, Jodi B., Edmonton, AB (54:59)

Meetings, Shahin M., Edmonton, AB (23:23)

Quiet Time, Erin P., Powell River, BC (26:18)

Reaching Out, Jessica M., St. Albert, AB (10:43)

Sponsorship, Donna K., Edmonton, AB (33:29)

Reading, Patricia R., Edmonton, AB (59:55)

Journaling, Katherine R., Edmonton, AB (40:18)

Service Work, Mimmi B., Kfar Vradim, Israel (32:14)

The Family Perspective, Dane M., St. Albert, AB (14:25)

The Family Perspective, Kira Anne I., Stettler, AB (21:53)

The Family Perspective, David J., St. Albert, AB (22:35)