Lane W. has been involved with all aspects of the twelve-step recovery movement for over thirty years. He is currently involved with Austin Recovery Center and Infinite Recovery Center in Austin, Texas. In addition, Lane formerly worked as an alcohol and drug abuse counselor for various treatment centers, and worked in the Dallas and Fort Worth Independent school districts as an alcohol and drug preventionist, presenting these concepts to over 25,000 children.
As a volunteer, Lane dedicates time for working with inmates at the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, guiding them through the 12 step recovery.
Lane has successfully taken thousands of people through the 12 steps affording him a front row seat to the compelling results only this program can yield. He speaks nationally to large groups about the transformative power of the twelve steps, and is a satisfied customer of the program himself.
Tim Freke is a polymath of spiritual traditions having written and practiced the gamut of available approaches, both ancient and modern. He is a best-selling author, retreat leader, 'stand-up philosopher', and a 'friend, not guru' of fellow travellers on a path of endless evolution.
Love you Dear Heart . . .keep on keepin' on . . .you're doing great things for so many of us and speaking for others (now) we sincerely appreciate it! Again, thanks for BBS and for all that you do we aren't even aware of -- need heros out there - I sincerely appreciate it! missed tnt yesterday . . .you do bring comic relief too, if I may say so, and I REALLY appreciate that! We so need to laugh . . .I don't know if you're aware of that, but things you say on tnt and the 6pm Sat. show - funny. Gotta keep the Happy -- Laughing -- Joy quotient up right now - need it to get through all this other stuff. Hhope you'll do tnt again. Did you know you were funny . . .??? In a very good way - takes really really really smart people to make me laugh . . .so thanks very much for that too. Many blessings and much love to you and yours! ~ fran