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Take 12 Recovery Radio
Recovery Talk & Positive Music
Category: Self-Help
Location: Albany, OR
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Monty Meyer (the Monty'man) is CEO and Executive Producer of KHLT Recovery Broadcasting and the Take 12 Recovery Radio Shows. ...

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October 22, 2017 05:11 PM PDT

Listening should be easy but it's not. We hear many things but how well do we listen? We certainly can't listen when we are talking. Recovery fellowships are known for the talking, but perhaps the listening would be much more complimentary.

October 18, 2017 10:45 AM PDT

As we walk through recovery we become more self-aware each day. It is not always easy to see ourselves as we really are. We need the fellowship, we need to stop blaming and we need to learn to take a good look deep within our own spirits and hearts.

October 17, 2017 03:31 PM PDT

Join the mobile recovery radio team of Take 12 Recovery Radio as we interview participants of Arizona's largest Recovery and Community Service Festival. Interviews with Arizona Teen Challenge, Veterans, the co-Founders of Hope Fest and more. Listen to the powerful testimonies of those who have recovered from active addiction, musicians, golf pros and folks in recovery. Hear the music of Citizen Way and though you may not have been able to attend, be there with us through the gift of Internet radio.

October 10, 2017 10:15 AM PDT

MONTY'MAN'S MEDITORIAL. Are you tired of yourself? Do you feel like others tire of your issues? The good news is that your creator never tires of you. He never gets fed up and wants to stop listening to you. God desires you to be with Him always, regardless of your issues. That's good news!

October 09, 2017 11:39 AM PDT

Step Three states that we made a decision to turn our will and life over to the care of God as we understood Him. What do we mean by "As we understood him"? There seems to have been some confusion on this issue. How important is it that we take this vital Step? Do we have to understand God to take this Step? Also, WIN stuff including Recovery Music. We welcome Cody D. to the show and have fun with Wizard of OZ trivia.

October 07, 2017 02:12 PM PDT

A MONTY'MAN'S MEDITORIAL. Sometimes in recovery, we go off the beam. Does our Higher Power understand when we go wayward when we lose our way and get lost?

October 05, 2017 09:14 AM PDT

"Cheer up, snap out of it, I thought you would be better by now". So many voices, so many things to consider, when will it all be silent? Do you experience a lot of noise in your recovery? The truth is, people will say all sorts of things to try and fix us, solve our problems and even cure us.

October 04, 2017 11:38 AM PDT

Those of us in recovery have been looked at with great scepticism, fear and doubt. We need someone to believe in us, to take a risk on us and to hold us as valuable. We need someone to look at us differently.

October 03, 2017 01:02 PM PDT

Some would say, "Take what you need and leave the rest", but do we even know what we need? How important is it to recognize what it is that we truly need?

October 02, 2017 11:53 AM PDT

Step Two states: "Came to believe that a power greater than ourselves could restore us to sanity". Is coming to believe a process or do we simply believe in this power because of our need? What obstacles keep us from believing and how important is it that we be convinced of these statements for our recovery? Also, win the sound bite contest and get STUFF! Recovery Stuff. Closing Song: I Surrender by Amanda Broadway

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