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A Nationwide Recovery Conference with Dick B.

Conference Theme: “A New Way Out”


“We Christians in the Recovery Arena Are Not Alone”

“Greetings and best wishes for the success of ‘A New Way Out Conference’ to the
conferees from Todd Smith, grandson of Dr. Bob and Anne Smith, and son of Robert
R. and Betty Smith.” Todd

Southern California
Friday, May 15, and Saturday, May 16, 2009
Mariners Church - Community Center
5001 Newport Coast Drive, Irvine, California 92603

Coordinator: Pastor Jim Gaffney, Counselor, Consultant, Ministry Catalyst, Newport


Beach, CA
Boots on the Ground: Jeff MacLeod, Exec. Dir., Overcomers Outreach, Inc.,
Whittier, CA
Hospitality Chairperson: Vivian Eisenecher, Author, San Diego, California
Food and Beverage Chairperson: Angela Eren Capp of Venice, California
Area Contact Person for Directions: Frank Braggiotti: (818) 994-7849

No registration is required; admission is free

Hospitality, fellowship, food, & beverages,


literature table, and historical books and displays

Music at the Conference by


the renowned percussionist and singer, Walter Santos
http://www.santosministries.org/

Outline of Friday Program

Friday, May 15, 2:30 PM to 10:00 PM


Mariners Church – Community Center
5002 Newport Coast Drive, Irvine, California 92603

“Greetings and best wishes for the success of “A New Way Out Conference” to the
conferees from Todd Smith, grandson of Dr. Bob and Anne Smith, and son of Robert
R. and Betty Smith,” Todd

Synopsis of Friday Program

Friday is a “Workshop Day” with opportunities for presenters and “ambassadors” to


share in round-table and one-on-one discussions about their programs, literature,
conferences, centers, archives, forums, guidebooks, websites, radio, TV, and
meetings. Preparations for this “Workshop Day” have included circulating
questionnaires to some of the conferees to enable them to see and ponder some of
the issues for Christians in the recovery arena that have been raised about their
programs, their fellowships, and their meetings. At the “Workshop Day,” you will
have opportunities to meet experienced, like-minded believers, make new contacts,
and share your own work.

Concept: “We Christians in the Recovery Arena are not alone.” Conferees will be
sharing along these lines: “Here’s what we are doing as Christians in the recovery
arena. Here are the problems we have encountered. Here’s how we are dealing with
them. Here’s how we can help others present recovery history, the Christian roots
of recovery, and helping others establish or reestablish a relationship with God,
recover with God’s help, and pass it on.”

Friday Schedule of Events

2:30 PM to 3:00 PM – Hospitality and viewing of exhibits


Music by Santos

3:00 – Introduction to the Workshop Conference


Prayer
Details as to Conference times, agendae, exhibits, restrooms, food,
programs
Special thanks to Mariners Church, Pastor Jim Gaffney, Santos, Overcomers
Outreach, sponsors, endorsers, presenters, helpers, and those who have brought
literature; Introduction of Dick B. and Ken B.; and Opening Remarks by Dick B.

3:15 – 3:45 – Dick B. – Opening Remarks, Conference mission, thanks to conferees,


Friday
objectives and plans.

3:45 – 4:00 –Chairperson asks those to stand who will make remarks and/or have
brought their
materials for display

4:00 – 4:15 – Music by Santos and stretch break

4:15 – 4:20 – Pass the baskets

4:20 – 5:30 – Chairperson will recognize audience members for 5 minutes each, to
share on subjects relevant to the Conference theme, about his or her program, his
or her accomplishments and group, his or her problems encountered, suggestions for
future outreach, what he or she will do in distributing literature, posting on
websites, organizing list-serves, setting up conferences and seminars, organizing
study groups, and other suggestions.

5:30 – 5:45 – Music by Santos and stretch break

5:45 – 6:45 – Question and Answer Panel – Questions addressed to Dick B., Chair,
answered
by panel: Dick B., Michael Liimatta, Ray Grumney, Darvin Smith, M.D., Larry Webb

6:45 – 8:00 Break for food on premises, music, networking, exhibits

8:00 – 9:00 – Three-minute open sharing by conferees on any topic relevant to


Conference theme.

9:00 – 9:10 – Music by Santos and stretch break

9:10 – 9:30 – Closing Remarks by Dick B.

9:30 - Lord’s Prayer

9:30 – 10:00 – Opportunity to meet, visit exhibits and tables, network,


fellowship, exchange information

10:00 - Conference adjourns


Summary of the Foregoing Friday Meeting Objectives

A place and opportunity for some motivated, experienced believers in the love and
power of God and the value of recovery fellowship work today. With one-on-one
discussions of individual programs, literature, conferences, centers, archives,
forums, guidebooks, websites, radio, TV, and meetings

Concept: “Here’s what we are doing. Here are the problems we encounter. Here’s how
we are dealing with them. Here’s how we can help others present recovery history,
Christian roots, and the ways of helping others establish or reestablish a
relationship with God, recover with God’s help, and pass it on.”

Agenda will cover: (1) Hospitality and introductions of those present. (2) Opening
remarks by Dick B. (3) Display of key conference exhibits and workshop materials.
(4) Music by Santos. (5) Food and beverages. (6) Roundtable period for presenters
and “ambassadors” to share, report on works-in-progress, raise questions, propose
outreach approaches and solutions. (6) Opportunity for those present to express
themselves. (7) Panel for Q & A period. (8) Closing program ideas. (9) Time for
personal talks, meetings, exchange of introductions.

Outline of Saturday Program

Saturday, May 16, 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM

Mariners Church – Community Center


5001 Newport Coast Drive, Irvine, California 92604

Synopsis of Saturday Program

Saturday features a full day of presentations by recovery facilitators from


throughout the United States and Canada, as well as fellowship group leaders and
members; with addresses by Dick B. on the theme of the conference, the need for
learning and disseminating the Christian history and roots of the recovery
movement, and the essence of those sources, principles, and practices that have
applicability today.

Saturday Schedule of Events

9:00 – 9:30 AM – Hospitality, music by Santos, viewing exhibits, exchanging


handshakes,
complimentary copy of A New Way Out Guidebook by Dick B. and Ken B., one free
history book by Dick B., program materials at the door

“Greetings and best wishes for the success of “A New Way Out Conference” to the
conferees from Todd Smith, grandson of Dr. Bob and Anne Smith, and son of Robert
R. and Betty Smith,” Todd

9:30 – 9:45 – Conference Chair opens the conference


Prayer
Thanks to Mariners Church, Pastor Jim Gaffney, Santos, Overcomers Outreach, Inc.,
Hospitality crew, sponsors, endorsers, exhibitors, and conferees
Details on exhibits, restrooms, food, donations, events
Introduction of Dick B. and Ken B.

9:45 – 9:50 - Rev. Ken B.: Reading 1 Corinthians 13—one of the three Bible
segments believed by the Akron A.A. old timers to be “absolutely essential” to
their program [from the New American Standard Bible]

“If I speak in the tongues of men and of angels, but do not have love, I have
become a noisy gong or a
clanging cymbal. If I have the gift of prophecy, and know all mysteries and all
knowledge; and if I have all
faith, so as to remove mountains, but do not have love, I am nothing. And if I
give all my possessions to feed the poor, and if I surrender my body to be burned,
but do not have love, it profits me nothing.

“Love is patient, love is kind and is not jealous; love does not brag and is not
arrogant. does not act
unbecomingly; it does not seek its own, is not provoked, does not take into
account a wrong suffered, does
not rejoice in unrighteousness, but rejoices in the truth;

“Bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things. Love
never fails; but if there are
gifts of prophecy, they will be done away; if there are tongues, they will cease;
if there is knowledge, it
will be done away. For we know in part and we prophesy in part; but when the
perfect comes, the partial
will be done away.

“When I was a child, I used to speak like a child, think like a child, reason like
a child; when I became a
man, I did away with childish things. For now we see in a mirror dimly, but then
face to face; now I know
in part, but then I will know fully just as I also have been fully known.

“But now faith, hope, love, abide these three; but the greatest of these is love.”

9:50 – 10:00 – Address by Darvin Smith, M.D., addictionologist, YWAM, and ISAAC

Brief musical interlude with Santos

10:00 – 11:00 - Address by Dick B.: “The Historical Success Factor and the
Pressing Need for ‘A New Way Out.’”

11:00 – 11:10 – Pass the basket, music by Santos, stretch

11:10 – 11:20 - Brief Story/Presentation by Mike Lewandowski, Lamb of God


Ministries, Okeechobee, Florida

11:20 – 12:50 - Christian Recovery Presenters and Leaders: 10-minute presentations

• The Bridge Group: Pauline Bartosch & Jeff MacLeod, Overcomers Outreach,
Inc., Whittier, California
• The Church Approach: Pastor Jim Gaffney, Counselor, Consultant, Ministry
Catalyst, Newport Beach, California
• Treatment: Fr. Bill Wigmore, Austin Recovery, Austin, Texas
• Christ Centered Recovery Fellowship Programs, Operation Integrity, David
Zailer, Monarch Beach, California
• Urban Ministry: Rev. Michael Liimatta, City Vision College, Kansas City, MO.

• Christian Treatment at Calvary Ranch, Lakeside, California, Walter Santos


• The Practice of the Crucified Life: George McLauchlin, M.A., Tampa, Florida
• “Footprints” Alcoholics Victorious, Brother Wayne White, Kansas City,
Missouri
• Twelve Step Christian Recovery, David Powers, RockRecovery, San Diego,
California

12:50 – 2:00 - Food on the premises, music by Santos; networking, exhibits,


literature

2:00 – 3:30 - Recovery Fellowship Members and Fellowship Activities: 10-minute


presentations

• Historical Locations, The Wilson House, East Dorset, Vermont: Bonnie Lepper
• Historical Locations, Dr. Bob’s Home, Akron, Ohio: Ray G., Archivist (ret.),
Dr. Bob’s Home
• Mark Galligan, “Akronites,” Collinwood, Ontario, Canada
• James Club Groups: John Sorrells, Norco, California
• Focus on the newcomer: Joseph Delgado, San Dimas, Californa
• Focus on the newcomer: Keith Walters of Kailua Kona, Hawaii
• Focus on the newcomer: Scott Craven, Honolulu, Hawaii
• Big Book/Bible Study Groups: Larry Webb, Rancho Santa Margarita, California
• Community outreach groups: Russell Spatz, Attorney, Miami, Florida
• Recovery Radio and How to Get It Done, Monty Meyer, Albany, Oregon

3:30 – 3:40 – Pass the basket, music with Santos, stretch break

3:40 – 4:40 - Concluding Remarks by Dick B.

4:40 – 5:00 – Closing activities

Rev. Ken B.: Reading from the New American Standard Bible:

Hosea 4:1, 6: “Listen to the word of the LORD, O sons of Israel, For the LORD has
a case against the inhabitants of the land, Because there is no faithfulness or
kindness Or knowledge of God in the land. . . . My people are destroyed for lack
of knowledge. . .”
Jeremiah 2:13: “For My people have committed two evils: They have forsaken Me, The
fountain of living waters, To hew for themselves cisterns, Broken cisterns That
can hold no water.”
Matthew 7:21: “Not everyone who says to Me, ‘Lord, Lord,’ will enter the kingdom
of heaven, but he who does the will of My Father who is in heaven will enter.”
Acts 17:11: “Now these were more noble-minded than those in Thessalonica, for they
received the word with great eagerness, examining the Scriptures daily to see
whether these things were so. Therefore many of them believed ...”
James 1:19-22: “This you know, my beloved brethren. But everyone must be quick to
hear, slow to speak, and slow to anger; for the anger of man does not achieve the
righteousness of God. Therefore, putting aside all filthiness and all that remains
of wickedness, in humility receive the word implanted, which is able to save your
souls. But prove yourselves doers of the word, and not merely hearers who delude
themselves.”

Lord’s Prayer

5:00 – 6:00 - Fellowship, hospitality, mutual introductions, music by Santos


Time for examining exhibits and tables, and securing literature,
books, and tapes
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This Conference is NOT an A.A. event; and, consequently, concerns about violating
A.A.'s Traditions and/or about non-A.A. General Service Conference-approved
literature are not appropriate topics for discussion nor will such concerns be
entertained during the meetings. This history conference is not associated with,
nor allied with, nor in any way connected with Alcoholics Anonymous or Alcoholics
Anonymous World Services, Inc. We suggest that all who receive Conference flyers
and/or Programs, and who plan to invite others--which we are strongly encouraging
you to do--should so inform all those whom they invite. Dick B.
Special Exhibits: (1) a special reprint of Alcoholics Anonymous (the “Big Book”),
2d ed., with “Their Pathway to a Cure” cover published by Ken R.; (2) a copy of
Dr. Bob and the Good Oldtimers manuscript by its author; (3) a copy of the
personal journal of Dr. Bob’s wife, Anne Smith; (4) copies of numerous drafts of
the manuscript of Lois Remembers; (5) Dick B.’s review of the Clarence H. Snyder
Bible; (6) Our Legacy to the Faith Community by Three Clarence H. Snyder Sponsees
and Their Wives; (7) an autographed photo of Bill W. and Father Dowling; (8) works
by Richard K., including studies of the “First 40” cures, and of the early A.A.
articles and statistics; (9) copies of the rosters of pioneer members; (10) the
Frank Amos reports; (11) a copy of Carl Jung-Bill Wilson letter; (12) Yale Summer
School lecture by Bill in 1945; (13) books on St. Johnsbury Academy and Burr and
Burton Academy; (14) the article in The Tidings reporting the talks by Bill Wilson
and Dr. Bob at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles in 1948; and (15) others
historical finds!

Meet with Dick B. and Ken B. before or after the Conference days. At previous
conferences, Dick B. and Ken B. had lunches, meetings, visits, and dinners at
their hotel and elsewhere with many interested in Christian outreach; and that is
how this present Conference came about. We invite and encourage such exchanges
with us individually and as groups, and among others attending. To that end, both
before and after the Conference days, Dick B. and Ken B. may be available to meet
with you—by appointment only--at the Fairmont Newport Beach Hotel, 4500 MacArthur
Boulevard, Newport Beach, California 92660; (866) 840-8402. Appointment days will
be Wednesday (4/13), Thursday (4/14), Sunday (4/17), and Monday (4/18). To
schedule an appointment, please contact Dick B. by email at DickB@DickB.com or by
phone at (808) 874-4876.

Complimentary literature free for the taking on a first-come, first-served basis,


as long as supplies last, for all those attending the Conference: (1) A New Way
Out Guidebook by Dick B. and Ken B.; (2) God and Alcoholism by Dick B.; (3) Our
Legacy to the Faith Community by Three Clarence H. Snyder Sponsees and Their
Wives; and (4) Program material and supplementary literature of conferees on
exhibit tables.

Exhibits by Conferees: Presenters, speakers, sponsors, endorsers, and other


conference participants may want to provide information at the Conference relative
to their mission, products, and/or services involving "carrying the message to
those who still suffer and to those trying to help them.. For a donation of $50.00
to help support the Conference, you or your group may secure the use of one (1)
table and two (2) chairs to provide information relevant to the Conference
purpose. No sales transactions, please.

Available for purchase at the Conference: music by Santos; titles by Dick B.

Note about accommodations and food: There are a number of lodging facilities and
places to eat within easy distance of Mariners Church Community Center in Irvine.
During the Conference, coffee (and probably tea and water) will be provided free
on the Mariners Church Community Center premises; and other beverages, fruit, and
sandwiches will be provided at nominal cost so that conferees need not leave the
Conference area during sessions.

Other Conference-period opportunities: (1) If you volunteer to help pass out


literature, man the exhibit tables, be a greeter, pass the baskets, help serve
beverages, and/or be a contact person, you will have added opportunity to bless
and be blessed. (2) Dick B. will be speaking at the James Club group in Norco,
California, on Thursday evening, May 14. This important meeting is open to all.
The James Club meeting starts at 7:00 pm on Thursday. It is located at New
Beginnings Community Church, 1769 Western Ave., Norco, CA 92860; please consider
attending that meeting. (4) You may arrange meetings, lunches, dinners, or
meetings with others during the pre-and post-conference periods, including
Saturday evening in the Irvine area.

What Should You Bring with You to the Conference Meetings?

• A Bible (King James Version preferred since that was the book pioneers used)

• Alcoholics Anonymous (the “Big Book”), 4th ed., 2001


• Your own program workbooks, literature, flyers, pamphlets, exhibits
Note about food at the Conference and about accommodations. Recent donations have
made it probable that our hospitality ladies can provide sandwiches, fruit, and
carbonated beverages at a reasonable price, with complimentary coffee and tea.
This will enable conferees to enjoy food on the campus without need to leave the
campus during sessions, disrupting continuity, and missing time slots. There are
also a number of inexpensive eateries in the vicinity. In addition, there are
reasonably-priced lodging facilities within easy distance of Mariners Church
Community Center.
Accommodations in Irvine near the Mariners Church - Community Center. Dick B. and
Ken B. are booked into the Fairmont Newport Beach Hotel from Wednesday, May 13, to
Monday noon, May 18. The hotel is located about three (3) miles from Mariners
Church. We booked through www.Hotels.com, and received a reasonable rate. Fairmont
Newport Beach Hotel, 4500 MacArthur Blvd., Newport Beach, CA 92660, (866) 840-8402
For those not able to attend but wishing to support the conference, for a $20.00
donation, receive an email attachment copy of A New Way Out Guidebook by Dick B.
and Ken B. (2) For a $50.00 donation, an exhibit table and two chairs are
available at the Conference. In both cases, please use the “Donate” button in the
center column on the first page of the main Dick B. website
(http://www.dickb.com), and email Dick B. at DickB@DickB.com to notify him of the
donation and to request either: (1) a copy of A New Way Out Guidebook by Dick B.
and Ken B. for $20.00; or (2) an exhibit table and two chairs at the Conference
for $50.00.
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A New Way Out

Explanation of the Path and of the Objective

Our mission, beginning in 1991, has been to find out what role, if any, God, Jesus
Christ, and the Bible had in early Alcoholics Anonymous. Having completed more
than 18 years of research, our objective now is to show people the power and love
of God present in the early A.A. Christian Fellowship program in Akron, Ohio; and
to report the astonishing success rate in pioneer A.A. among seemingly-hopeless,
medically-incurable, real alcoholics who went to any lengths to establish (or
reestablish) their relationship with God and to be healed. Finally, our present
desire is to bring that same power and love of God to those who still suffer from
life-controlling problems and self-destructive behaviors, and to those who have
the heart to serve and help those still in need.

Purposes of “A Nationwide Recovery Conference with Dick B.” in Southern California


in May 2009 and of A New Way Out Guidebook by Dick B. and Ken B.

To provide Christian recovery leaders and Christian recovery fellowship members,


groups, and agencies with a guide in the recovery field that enables them to
learn, utilize, add, and incorporate a history element in their particular
endeavors. To facilitate their own growth in fellowship with their Heavenly
Father. To enable them to help the afflicted receive from the one, true, living
God by coming to Him through His Son Jesus Christ and through a knowledge of His
written Word (the Bible) their much-needed healing and deliverance. And to assure
that Christian recovery leaders and other Christians active in the recovery arena
know, are fortified with, are guided by, and are emboldened in their witnessing
through, the accurate historical details as to effective Christian approaches to
recovery in the past. Approaches such as those of the YMCA, Christian Endeavor,
the Salvation Army, Gospel Rescue Missions, the Oxford Group, evangelists, and
early Akron A.A. pioneers themselves. Approaches that employed Christian
techniques of personal work to offer a way out of the power of darkness through
salvation and coming unto the knowledge of the truth.

The Core Ideas in A New Way Out Guidebook by Dick B. and Ken B. That Will Provide
the Full and Accurate Roots and Historical Sources of Effective Recovery You Need
to Know

• The Christian background and training of A.A. cofounders Robert Holbrook


Smith and William Griffith Wilson as youngsters in Vermont
• The Christian organizations and leaders that contributed to the original
pioneer program of A.A. in Akron
• The basic ideas from the Bible that were translated to Akron A.A.
• The early A.A. Christian Fellowship founded in Akron on June 10, 1935, and
the
exact program of recovery its members followed
• The documented, 75% success rate that was achieved in Akron by following
that pioneer program
• The actual cures and recoveries the early A.A. members achieved

A Birdseye Summary of the Original A.A. Program Founded on June 10, 1935 (the
actual words of the summary can be found in the report by Frank Amos to John D.
Rockefeller, Jr., in DR. BOB and the Good Oldtimers, 131, and in A New Way Out
Guidebook by Dick B. and Ken B.)

• Abstinence and resisting temptation


• Reliance on the Creator and coming to Him through Jesus Christ.
• Obeying God’s will and eliminating sinful conduct
• Growing in fellowship with God, His Son, and other believers through
Bible study, prayer meetings, Quiet Time, and reading Christian literature
• Helping other alcoholics get straightened out by these same means
• Recommended social and religious fellowship with other believers
• Recommended attendance at a religious service of choice each week

Special Thanks to
Those Who Have Funded and/or Endorsed the Conference Thus Far

Sponsors Who Have Funded the Conference

Overcomers Outreach, Inc., of Whittier, California


Calvary Ranch of Lakeside, California
Charles P. Mau of Manhattan Beach, California
Austin Recovery of Austin, Texas
Ken Roberts of Daphne, Alabama
James Club of Norco, California
Larry D. Webb of Rancho Santa Margarita, California
Mark Galligan of Collinwood, Ontario, Canada
Bob J. of Kihei, Maui, Hawaii
Steve Foreman, Came to Believe Retreats, of Winter Park, Florida
La Hacienda Treatment Center, Hunt, Texas
Anonymous of Honolulu, Hawaii
Bishop Rich Skolnik of Jamestown, New York
Chuck Huckaby of Lawrenceburg, Tennessee
T. Willard Hunter of Claremont, California
Rock Recovery of San Diego, California
Soledad House of San Diego, California
ABC Sober Living of San Diego, California
John Barton of Orange, New Jersey
Neal Britner of Clay, New York
Wally Camp of Falmouth, Maine
Joel H. Wasti of Oro Valley, Arizona
Manna House Ministries in Jamestown, Tennessee
Robert Wheeler of Winter Park, Florida
Laura Long of Dallas, Texas
House of Hope
Association of Christian Alcohol and Drug Counselors Institute of Redlands,
California
Herbert V. Kaighan of Rancho Palos Verdes, California

Those Who Have Endorsed the Conference

The Wilson House and Griffith Library at East Dorset, Vermont


North Congregational Church of St. Johnsbury, Vermont
Ray G., Retired archivist, Dr. Bob’s Home, Akron, Ohio
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church (Dr. Bob’s church) in Akron, Ohio
Shoemaker Room Archives at Calvary Episcopal Church, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania,
Karen Plavan, Ph.D., Contact Person
The James Club of Glendora, California
The James Club of Norco, California
Santos Ministries of Carlsbad, California
Calvary Ranch of Lakeside, California
Bob Noonan, Stepping Out Recovery Ministry of Orange, California
Fr. Bill Wigmore, President of Austin Recovery, Austin, Texas
Chris Raymer, La Hacienda Treatment Center of Hunt, Texas
Pat Robertson, Servant and President of CityTeam Ministries of San Jose,
California
Charles P. Mau of Manhattan Beach, California
Bob J. of Kihei, Maui, Hawaii
Scott Craven of Honolulu, Hawaii
Keith Walters of Kailua-Kona, Hawaii
T. Willard Hunter of Claremont, California
Ken Roberts of Daphne, Alabama
James Moody, Manna House Ministries, of Jamestown, Tennessee
Tracy Davis of Franklin, Tennessee
Chuck Huckaby of Lawrenceburg, Tennessee
Daxton and Jessica Lyon of Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Bishop Rich Skolnik of Jamestown, New York
David Zailer, Operation Integrity, of Monarch, California
Pastor Jim Gaffney of Newport Beach, California
Tom Thompson, Recovery Pastor, Lake Forest, California
Joey Delgado, Bible and recovery meetings of San Dimas, California
Mark Galligan of Collinwood, Ontario, Canada
Cameron Freeman of Toronto, Canada
Came to Believe Retreats of Winter Park, Florida
Lamb of God Ministries of Okeechobee, Florida
George McLauchlin of Yet Not I, Tampa, Florida
Russell Spatz, attorney, Alive Again, of Miami, Florida
Jean LaCour, Ph.D. of NET Training Institute for Addiction Studies, Orlando,
Florida
Karen Plavan, Ph.D., Pittsburgh Recovery Center, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Michael Liimatta of City Vision College, Kansas City, Missouri
Footprints – Alcoholics Victorious of Kansas City, Missouri
Jeff MacLeod, Executive Director of Overcomers Outreach, Inc.,Whittier, California
Pauline Bartosch, Cofounder of Overcomers Outreach, Inc, Whittier, California
Bobby Gee of Sherman Oaks, California
Frank Braggiotti of Van Nuys, California
Vivian Eisenecher of San Diego, California
David Powers of Rock Recovery Ministry, San Diego, California
Angela Eren Capp of Venice, California
Virginia Sullivan of Irvine, California
Monty Meyer of Take 12 Radio, KHLT, Albany, Oregon
Dan Frye of British Columbia, Canada
L. Priebe, Biblical Recovery Resources, Virginia
Mel Schulstad, Col., USAF Retired, Seattle, Washington
Gene McLendon of Morehead City, South Carolina
Dan Murphy, Last Call Radio Program, Washington, Utah
Joanne Barnett, Addictions Counselor, Lebanon, New Hampshire
The Association of Christian Alcohol and Drug Counselors, Redlands, California
Neal Britner of Clay, New York
Herbert V. Kaighan of Rancho Palos Verdes, California
House of Hope
Larry D. Webb of Rancho Santa Margarita, California
John Sorrells of Norco, California
Robert P. Turner, MD, MSCR of Charleston, South Carolina
Darvin Smith, MD, Addictionologist, Past President International Substance Abuse
and Addiction Coalition and Carol Smith, M.A., Co-Directors-Addictive Behavior
Ministries International University of the Nationals/Youth with a Mission, from
Boulder, Colorado
John Barton of Orange, New Jersey
Wally Camp of Falmouth, Maine
Joel H. Wasti of Arizona
Laura Long of Dallas, Texas
Robert Wheeler of Winter Park, Florida

For more information about “A Nationwide Conference with Dick B.”, please see the
official conference web site at: www.ANewWayOut.com.

Dick B.: www.DickB.com; email: dickb@dickb.com

Gloria Deo

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