In 2015, as a first-time delegate to a World Service Business Conference, I was assigned to the Young Persons’ Committee. I replied, “Okay. But I’m not young.” In fact, my adult son was five years past young by OA standards! Perhaps my Higher Power had a sense of humor. During committee meetings, much to my surprise, I found a new zeal growing, a passion for finding new pathways for carrying the message, not only to young people, but to all who live and work in the age of technology. Technology has become integral to all of our lives, and when

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