For the past several years, Wally P. has been conducting seminars on the success of the Beginners' Meetings during the early days of Alcoholics Anonymous. He has used a series of
schematics to emphasize his findings and conclusions. Now, he has made these pictorial representations available for anyone in the fellowship to view and comment on.
To learn more
about the events leading up to and following the foundation of A.
A., please watch and enjoy "The History of Alcoholics
Ideal for Twelve-Step Groups, Treatment Centers,
Correctional Facilities, Aftercare Programs, as well as anyone
interested in the history of "The Greatest Spiritual Movement
of the Twentieth Century."
DVD I - The Miraculous Journey contains: AA's
Ancestors, AA's Four Founding Moments, How the Big Book was
Written, and Early Publicity.
DVD II - AA in the 1940's - Why it Worked contains:
AA's Meeting Formats, The Beginners' Meetings, Sponsorship, 4th
Step Inventory, 11th Step Prayer and Meditation, and 12th Step
Working with Others.
DVD III - AA Pioneer Stories and Unsung Heroes
contains: Joe-Look Magazine 1945; Unsung Heroes Anne Smith and
Sister Ignatia; Pioneer Stories of Rollie Hemsley, Fitz M, and
Jimmy B; The Springfield Seven; Judge John T; and more about the
co-founders Bill W (The Visionary) and Dr. Bob S. (Keep it