Karla Mendez Brada, struggling with addiction, sought help in an Alcoholics Anonymous program in California. She never could have imagined that through that recovery process she would fall in love with the man who would kill her.
In Keithville, Louisiana, a church has banned an Alcoholics Anonymous group from meeting on its premises for fear that they’ll later be forced to hold same-sex weddings. Last month, Pastor David Venable of Westwood Baptist Church (not to be confused with the Westboro Baptist Church) sent a letter to the leaders of the AA group, letting [Read More...]
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A Louisiana church barred a local Alcoholics Anonymous group from using its sanctuary for meetings in fear of possibly being forced to perform same-sex marriages by the state.
“As I am sure you are aware, God’s church, his written word, and its values and principles have come under a constant and aggressive attack from the homosexual and lesbian community,” the letter read. The post Fearing Same-Sex Marriage, Louisiana Church Kicks Out Alcoholics Anonymous Group appeared first on ThinkProgress.
A Baptist church in Louisiana has told a local Alcoholics Anonymous group that it can no longer meet there because it fears they will eventually be forced into hosting a same-sex wedding. That hasn't ever happened to a church anywhere...Show More Summary
It makes even less sense once you read their explanation for why.
A Louisiana church has told a local Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) chapter that it can no longer hold meetings at the facility in an attempt to prevent LGBT people from getting married. In a letter to the Keithville AA group, Westwood Baptist Church advised that the organization would need to find a new...
A church in Keithville, Louisiana has severed its five year relationship with Alcoholics Anonymous over concerns that the church may be forced to publicly accommodations a same-sex wedding in the future. In a letter sent to AA, Westwood Baptist Church...
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There was a guy, a guy we'll keep anonymous (this case does involve Alcoholics Anonymous, after all) who was an insider at the Philadelphia Consolidated Holding Corporation ("PHLY"). In mid-2008, he had a few relapses, and when he returned to AA, his long-time AA confidant, Timothy McGee, asked about the......
Working hard to stay on the wagon, Shia LaBeouf attended an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting in Los Angeles on Monday morning (August 25). The “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen” star was hard to miss in a bright red t-shirt with black...Show More Summary
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Apparently what goes on at an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting only stays anonymous while the attendee in question is still alive. Eddie Baca, screenwriter and founder of New York's 46th Street Club House, tells Page Six the Robin Williams attended AA meetings at the Club House a few times a week...
During CBS This Morning's coverage of Robin Williams' suicide Tuesday, the network aired a short interview with a San Francisco news photographer who said he attended Alcoholics Anonymous meetings with the actor just weeks before his death.
Hopefully, anyone struggling with an addiction problem will give something that could help them a shot at least six times (apparently, that’s the magic number) before they make up their minds.