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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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April 23, 2018 12:08 PM PDT


Join Denver, Marv and the Monty’man as they discuss the topic of OLD-TIMERS.
What are the two types of Old-Timers the Alcoholics Anonymous literature speak of?
What constitutes an Old-Timer? What are some of the positive attributes of an
What can we learn from Old-Timers and what can we avoid? Are all members of Twelve Step fellowships considered Old-Timers because of years of sobriety or is there more to it than that?
Are Old-Timers necessarily old?

Closing Song: This is the Place
by Michael Purington

April 21, 2018 09:00 PM PDT

Three Hours of non-stop Music from the 60’s, 70’s, 80’s & 90’s

Take 12 Recovery Radio is the world’s original faith-based recovery talk and positive music radio station. Featuring authors, celebrities, clinicians, 12 step circuit speakers, recovery recording artist and a variety of folks from diverse backgrounds, faiths and recovery communities. We offer recovery workshops, stories of experience, strength and hope and be heard 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Simply visit our main website at www.take12radio.com. Once there you will find a variety of ways to tune into all our shows.

Download our App for iOS or Android right here at www.take12recoveryradio.podomatic.com

April 18, 2018 02:29 PM PDT

(Big Boys Do Cry, and It's Okay)

Believing that what was most important in life was to work hard, be productive and never let them see you sweat, Adrian grew up believing “big boys don’t cry”. Doing what he could to prove himself and gain his father’s approval, Adrian stuffed his emotions. Once his emotions and frustrations of life began to work their way to the surface, Adrian had to medicate how he felt so as not to fall into the mode of allowing himself to feel. Enter alcohol and benzodiazepines. As Adrian fell deeper and deeper into addiction his life began to spin out of control and suicide became an option. But God had other plans for Adrian. Tune in to hear this powerful story and miracle of God’s redemptive power through a recovery process that took our guest first to Al-Anon, then to Alcoholics Anonymous and eventually to the ministry of Teen Challenge, where he now serves as the Curriculum Coordinator for this powerful ministry at the Christian Life Ranch, part of the Teen Challenge of Arizona network. www.tcaz.org

Closing Song: Let Your Love Be a Light by Blake Bolerjack

April 17, 2018 12:10 PM PDT

Part Sixteen: STEP TWELVE (Part One).

This is a comprehensive workshop focused on educating the listener of the substance, purpose, and awareness of the AA Conference-approved book The Twelve Steps & Twelve Traditions. As one of the most sought-after Circuit Speakers in the world of the 12 Steps, Chris S. will be walking us through each line and each page of this wonderful book that has been a source of deepening people’s recovery for years. I will be posting all 30 of these broadcast from our archives, one per week. Please take advantage of each show and click on the "Heart" or “Like” icon when you download or listen. Also, click “FOLLOW”, become a member and comment on our shows. It’s Always FREE!


April 16, 2018 12:12 PM PDT



We see “regret” as a finish line, when in fact it’s meant to be a starting line. Regret is actually meant to be a helpful thing, a “functional” emotion. Regret moves us to reparative action. It gives us motivation to do things differently, to make things right. In that way, we can learn to love our regrets because they can launch us forward into a better future. When we learn to love our regrets, we can grow from them and discover that it’s never too late to start over.

Closing Song: In My World
by Conley White aka Just Ray

April 13, 2018 03:28 PM PDT

(Solutions for Life, Today)

Topic: BULLYING Part Two (Red Flags)

One would think that as people mature and progress through life, that they would stop behaviors of their youth. Unfortunately, this is not always the case. Sadly, adults can be bullies, just as children and teenagers can be bullies. Join Dave and the Monty’man as they discuss some of the red flags to look for if your child is being bullied or if you suspect that your child may be bullying others. Also, some real types of adult bullying will be discussed.

Included in this broadcast is a poem by 11-year-old Isaac K. that he wrote for his former best friend who turned against him.

Closing Song: Bully by Shinedown www.shinedown.com

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April 11, 2018 12:48 PM PDT

Sherry Gaba, Editor of Recovery Today Magazine.

Sherry was the go-to expert for Dr. Drew Pinsky’s Celebrity Rehab show on VH1 and later on the spin-off, VH1’s Sober House as well as Celebrity Rehab’s Sex Addiction.
In addition, Sherry is an often-requested speaker in person and on global internet teleseminars and has presented at National conferences and to general audiences on numerous topics. She is the host of the Recovery Today Summit and co-host on the KVTA AM radio show, The Brighter Side of Recovery: Families and Couples in Crises. Join us on this episode of the Take 12 Recovery Radio Show as we discuss Sherry’s new book, “The Marriage & Relationship Junkie” and her new POWERFUL Recovery Community www.wakeuprecovery.com

Also visit www.sherrygaba.com

Closing Song: If You Are Willing
by Kathy Moser www.kathymoser.com

April 09, 2018 12:19 PM PDT


Is it possible that there is a case of mistaken identity in the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous? It’s not only possible, it’s a fact. Learn what author has been mistakenly credited for writing a powerful quote that is been a huge part of the A.A. rhetoric for years. Join the Take 12 team as they share the different spiritual experiences we face as we walk through the recovery process. Learn why Appendix Two of the Big Book is so important and why there is value in knowing that everyone’s spiritual experience is different and just as valid as another’s. Play some Take 12 Trivia and join in on the debate about energy drinks. Join the fun with Denver, Marv and the Monty’man on this episode of the Take 12 Recovery Radio Show.

Closing Song: I’m My Own God by Michael Purington and the Messengers.

Please comment on the show here or email us at take12radio@comcast.net

April 06, 2018 03:18 PM PDT

(Solutions for Life, Today)

Topic: BULLYING Part One

Bullying has been around for centuries and continues today. Whether on the playground, classroom, walking home from school in the work place or between siblings, one thing we know for sure, bullying causes a host of issues to numerous to cover in a one-hour show. Join Dave and Monty as they scratch the surface in Part One of this week’s topic on Entitled to Overcome. Also included in this show, the powerful poem,
“What’s the Real Problem?” by Gaiden Stach.

Closing Song: On the Other Side by Sonia Lee www.sonialee.net

April 05, 2018 08:00 PM PDT

Tradition Five: “Each group has but one primary purpose— to carry its message to the alcoholic who still suffers.”

This presentation of Take 12 Recovery Radio will be updated each Thursday until all Twelve Traditions are covered. Please feel free to download and share these vital broadcasts.

Experience the Twelve Traditions like never before. The Traditions of Alcoholics Anonymous can and should be applied in our family and personal affairs so that we may continue to live a more serene life as productive members of society.

About CAROL ANN PRESTON: As a fellow Twelve Stepper, Author and Chaplain, Carol has developed and presented award-winning programs for adolescents and adults and is gifted with the ability to communicate about subjects of an emotional nature with ease, sensitivity, and honesty. Carol has provided workshops, support groups and retreats for those afflicted and affected by addiction and codependency, using the tools outlined in her book, REMEMBERING WHO WE ARE. To contact Carol or to purchase her book send an email to: manystarrs1@gmail.com

This is a pre-recorded broadcast. Some promotions and give-a-ways may no longer apply.
Please “FOLLOW’ us on PodOMatic and feel free to comment on the shows.

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