Thanks to Eliza Radeka and The Boulder Weekly for their their recent article about LifeRIng! http://www.boulderweekly.com/news/alcoholics-anonymous-struggles-stay-relevant-secular-programs-gain-momentum/
Eliza is a journalism student at the University of Colorado in Boulder and approached me last October about attending a LifeRing meeting. She later attended the Wednesday night St Barnabas meeting in Denver and wrote her article based on that experience. We are all thrilled to see her piece in print!
There are three small corrections that need to be made to the article. First, I got sober in 1981 not 1991 (although this means that I was also sober in 1991, lol). Second,Tom’s last name is Jarrell, not Gerald. Last, there are no S.O.S. meetings in Colorado. Secular Organizations for Sobriety (S.O.S.) is another non-profit alternative to the 12 step groups.
Let’s hope we see more attendees at meetings as a result of this article!
– Kathleen G.