Wisdom from the Sunday 11th Step Meetings at the Wolfe Street Center in Little Rock
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"A powerful addition to recovery literature, Sought Through Prayer and Meditation
shows us how spirituality can be earned, found, and practiced. We all owe a debt of gratitude to the members of the Wolfe Street Center in Little Rock for sharing this marvelous guide with us."
--Earnie Larsen, author of Stage II Recovery: Life Beyond Addiction
"I thank God for Geno and the others at Wolfe Street over the years who have given so freely of their time and expertise and made the wisdom captured in this book possible."
Each year, hundreds of recovering alcoholics and addicts cross the threshold of the Wolfe Street Center in Little Rock, Arkansas. Many attend the "Hour of Power," a weekly Sunday morning meeting devoted to heightening one's spiritual awareness and growth by focusing on the Eleventh Step of Alcoholics Anonymous:
"Sought through prayer and meditation to improve our conscious contact with God as we understood Him
, praying only for knowledge of His will for us and the power to carry that out."
This special book offers fifty-two weeks of reflections, prayers, and meditations crafted by writer William G. Borchert from notes by Geno W. to uncover the many layers of meaning in the Eleventh Step.
Read through the print chapter one
of: Sought Through Prayer and Meditation.
This file is in PDF format.
Cofounder of the Wolfe Street Center, Geno W. (1927-2000) instituted the Wolfe Street Center Eleventh Step meetings and documented the best of what came out of those discussions for this book. William G. Borchert is currently working on a screenplay for a Hallmark Hall of Fame
production of his book, The Lois Wilson Story: When Love Is Not Enough.