Lifeline is available both as a print magazine and as an online magazine. To subscribe or renew Lifeline in print or online, click here.
“I am a big fan of Lifeline. I read it during my daily quiet time and take it on trips. If my trip is short, I am not apt to make phone calls or attend meetings. Then the magazine really is a ‘lifeline.’ … Lifeline is one of the main OA tools I use myself and share with others.” — Gail D., Claremont, California USA; “A Major Tool,” Lifeline, February 2009
The true stories in Lifeline, written by OA members, share the challenges and triumphs of recovery from compulsive overeating. Lifeline publishes a list of monthly topics and questions to encourage members to share their stories of experience, strength and hope. The Lifeline Writers Guidelinesprovide additional assistance to would-be writers, describing the submission process and giving guidance on how to write articles. A sample issue of Lifeline appears online, sharing with newcomers and Web-site visitors the support available in Lifeline’s pages. Lifeline readers can locate articles from the previous year by referring to the2017 Lifeline index.
Moving? If you have a Lifeline subscription and you want to change your address, send us an email. Include your name, your current address as it appears on your mailing label and your new address.
Virtual Services Conference Committee (VSCC) has a website and newsletters to encourage fellowship and communication in the OA virtual community The VSCC website is: http://www.oavirtualservices.org/ 2019 Quarter 1