"Will Step Four be painful for me?" "How can I get the willingness I need?" "Can I ever become rigorously honest?" "Can I ever be rid of resentment?" "Will my guilty feelings ever go away?" "What are our character defects?" "Why do we pray in A.A.?" "What is faith?" "What is spirituality?" Anyone who is new to Twelve Step recovery and is about to begin writing their Fourth Step inventory is bound to meet a few obstacles. For the most part, these obstacles seem to be made of fears. However, from his many years of experience as an A.A. sponsor, Mike D. has found that most of those fears are actually made of unanswered questions. In this book, Mike raises some real questions which came from real alcoholics who he has brought through the Twelve Steps. All of these questions have kept someone from moving forward at some point in their recovery. However, getting their questions answered finally allowed them to make progress in the Steps. As Mike asks and answers a wide array of troublesome questions, his hope is that this book will be of help to you as you begin moving forward on this first action Step in your own recovery journey.
In the midst of an increasingly fatherless culture, Bishop Grillo sets forth a needed message about the dedicated, determined, lovingly affectionate fatherhood of God.
This story is about the Indian Wars in the Superstition Mountains. Ghosts, spirits, and battles of the Indians with the Settlers and Solders. About a woman who sees the ghosts and tries to get them to STOP HAUGHTING.
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