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Dick B. interviews Christian recovery worker William B.

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Today's guest could be called "The Rocket." This recovered Christian alcoholic has literally torn up the turf in the short period since I have come to know him and his wife Mary. William B. is from Delaware. Not very long ago, he joined his wife in a massive Internet service to God and those about him. William was taken with the importance of Alcoholics Anonymous history. And with the vital role that God, His Son Jesus Christ, and the Bible have played in the field of recovery from alcoholism and addiction--particularly since the 1850's in the United States and certainly in the State of Vermont during the Christian upbringing of A.A. cofounders William G. Wilson and Dr. Robert H. Smith (known as Bill W. and Dr. Bob).

I will not gild the lily any further. But I will say a hearty "Thank you!" to William for article after article, historical item after historical item, and fidelity to accurate reporting that he has brought to the 12 Step recovery scene and to the Christian Recovery Movement.

At this point, I'll ask William to tell you about his family, his religious and educational background, his bouts with alcoholism and addiction, his association for the Twelve Steps, and his passion for getting out to people accurate, documented A.A. history information for those suffering souls who want God's help in recovery and are willing to go to any length to get it. William will also tell us about his Web site, his experience with it, and his plans for bringing the option of turning to God for help and bringing that effective source back into review for Christians and for others.

Take it away, William!