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Dick B interviews Christian Recovery leader Greg P

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Greg P., our guest today, is one of the dynamic Christian recovery leaders who has helped us in the launching and growth of a number of International Christian Recovery Coalition projects, meetings, and groups in the greater San Francisco Bay Area. These important efforts include stocking and distributing a large inventory of A.A. history/Bible study volumes, conducting biblical recovery groups, reaching out to the suffering in the community, and hosting conferences for those in A.A., N.A., the dependency arena, and others who seek God's help in overcomiing addictions and being delivered from their life-controlling burdens. Greg works with the Turning Point group, part of New Hope Ministries of Cornerstone Fellowship--Livermore Campus, in Livermore, California. In our working group of Christian leaders and workers in the recovery arena--along with another Cornerstone Fellowship Christian recovery volunteer, Dominic D.--Greg has been a major California supporter of the International Christian Recovery Coalition, our informal fellowship of Christian recovery leaders and workers who emphasizethe role that God, His Son Jesus Christ, and the Bible have played in the astonishing successes of early A.A. and its Christian predecessors, and can play right now. Today, Greg will tell us a little about himself, his family, his religious background, his education and regular employment, and his connection with the alcoholism/addiction arena. We are very thankful to have stalwart Christian recovery leaders helping grow California's Christian Recovery Movement in Livermore, Brentwood, San Jose, Pleasanton, Los Gatos, and reaching north to Oroville, California. And with that, take it away Greg.