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Hope in Writing

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I love our literature. Thank God for all the many members who have taken time over the years to share their experience, strength, and hope in writing, giving our Fellowship this rich resource. By the grace of God, I’ve now been abstinent for two and a half years, the longest period in my history of recurring relapse. I attribute my abstinence not only to working the Steps and relying on God but also to giving service on the literature committee in my country. I’d attended an annual recovery convention and heard about a service position packing literature orders for shipping.

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