I am a grateful, abstinent, Lifeline-subscribing member of OA. I love and appreciate our magazine. I have a stack of old Lifelines, and recently my HP inspired me to suggest a good way to use them. When making a Twelfth Step Within call, why not give the prospect a copy of an old Lifeline? I like this idea and recently I tried it. Not only did it allow me to repurpose the magazine, but also it helped me make sure a member in relapse received the examples of strong recovery that are available in our “Meeting on the Go.” I

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