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Dick B. interviews Christian Recovery leader Tim K.

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Our guest today is Tim K. from Colorado. In just the short time we've known him, he's clearly been a dynamic and productive Christian leader, Tim will tell you about his family, education, religious background, job, 12 Step fellowship experience, and plans for the future. We particularly look forward to hearing what Tim has done and is doing with the "Came to Believe" (Clarence Snyder) retreat in his Colorado area. We met Time when Ken and I were speaking in Leesburg, Florida, at the Snyder Life Enrichment Retreat there in November 2012. Many attending told us how active Tim had been in moving the retreat forward in his area. And we would like to hear more. In fact, we hope he will be gathering Christian recovery leaders and workers in his area, and arranging conferences and meetings that will enable them to learn and pass along the roles God, His Son Jesus Christ, and the Bible have played in recovery and can play today. In addition, we would like to hear more of Tim's interest in several A.A. historical treasures of ours that we hope to see acquired, studied, and made accessible to a good location and Christian steward. The treasures include a complete photocopy of the pre-publication manuscript of DR. BOB and the Good Oldtimers with no chapters, with editing and change notations, and the full names of the AAs involved. They also include Anne Smith's personal journal (1933-1939), and the manuscripts I found at Stepping Stones and which contain so many of Bill W.'s writings before the Big Book was published. The latter are scarcely known or researched. Tim has expressed an interest in this project. And now we look forward to hearing this dedicated, recovered, Christian A.A. leader, and are delighted he is a participant in the International Christian Recovery Coalition. Take it away, Tim!