Recovery stresses the fact and importance of separating, divorcing, and distancing spirituality from religion. The 30 million or more people who’ve had a taste of fellowship hall recovery in this country would understand that. It is a common theme you hear.
StopandthinkRadio.com is “taking” that spirituality mainstream. From out of the basement to the marketplace. Because we know before we go, there are plenty who can relate. And we also know the sanctuary seems to want no part of it.
There is a big difference between what you hear in church basements and church sanctuaries. I have been to plenty of both.
There is such a thing as timeless truth. That is why it’s truth. It’s timeless.
We seek to interject the simple slogans of wisdom seen on banners in fellowship halls. Because when you use them…they work! They’re American, consistent with our Declaration of Independence. They provide perspective to offer hope in the face of bleak, stark reality.
It wasn’t me who said most people lead lives of quiet desperation. Others I ‘ve heard talk about the gift of desperation. Spirituality is hope for the desperate.
Alexander Francis Xavier Matulewicz Esq.
A.K.A. "Al the Addict"