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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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January 08, 2018 12:51 PM PST

Our 12 Step fellowships are filled with unique and wonderful members. Some are Christian, some Muslim, Jewish, Buddhist, Agnostic, and still others have no Higher Power whatsoever. How specific should we be when it comes to mentioning the name of our Higher Power in the rooms of our 12 Step fellowships? Is it ever appropriate to do so? Has God become a generic term?
Closing Song: Amazing Grace by Heather Layne. www.HeatherLayne.com

January 05, 2018 11:51 AM PST

It is a risk to make room for joy in our lives. Joy requires that we be open to the possibility of experiencing conflicting emotions. If we wait to experience joy until our anger, grief and self-condemnation are completely gone, then we will wait a long time.

January 04, 2018 05:38 AM PST

Happiness can be over-rated because it is based on the happenings that go on around us. Joy, on the other hand, is something we can experience regardless of what is going on around us. But learning to experience joy can take time. In recovery, it's a gift and sometimes a welcome surprise.

January 03, 2018 12:24 PM PST

Part Seven: STEP FIVE (Part 1).
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, we welcome all comments.

January 01, 2018 01:15 PM PST

New Years Day Show: RECOVERY IN 2018 with special guest RYAN H. Ryan will be sharing his experience, strength & hope as he has completed his 12 month in-house recovery program. Hear his story of how he died and came back. We will also look at 5 of last year's dumbest criminals, play Take 12 Trivia and more. Closing Song: Standing in two Worlds by Mark Elder

December 23, 2017 07:50 PM PST

Perhaps you are like many and don't believe in Santa. That would be unfortunate as He really did exist. Listen to this short and informative broadcast and don't be such a humbug.

December 21, 2017 09:10 AM PST

We need to remind ourselves daily that we do not serve the god-of-relentless-cheerfulness, or the god-of-blind-optimism. We serve the God of Hope.

December 20, 2017 12:15 PM PST

Mark Elder was born in Spokane, Wa. In the early 50’s. He started playing guitar at age eleven and studied guitar under the jazz guitarist John LaChapelle in Richland, Wa. Mark started songwriting in his teens and has been writing and performing music for 45 years. In 1971 he joined the band Bordersong and in 1975 they recorded the album “Morning” in which Ann and Nancy Wilson sang background vocals on Mark’s song “It’s Time Agan”. Mark has had the pleasure of warming up for such bands as The Oakridge Boys, Mitch Ryder and the Detroit Wheels, Dan Hicks and his Hot Licks, Elvin Bishop and Commander Cody. Over the years he has had his original songs recorded by Crystal Gayle, Bordersong, and two albums with Midlyfe Crysis. To date Mark has recorded two solo albums “What A Ride” and “Just For Today A Journey In Recovery From Addiction”. Over the years he has performed with many acts from Rock and Jazz groups to Acoustic/Folk bands. As well as performing live Mark owns the records in his own studio, Oldgyz Productions.

Visit: https://markelder.hearnow.com/ to purchase Mark's CD, "Just for Today"
Visit: www.what-aride.com for more of Mark's music

December 20, 2017 09:46 AM PST

Yes, it is true that future tripping, when led by worry, can be a dangerous mind game, God knows the future and there is hope there. God has a perfectly designed plan for our future and it is to be of great value to us. Rather than trusting in our own future worry and despair, we ought to trust in God's foreknowledge.

December 19, 2017 11:32 AM PST

There are times when hope will allow us to soar, other times run and not grow weary and yet other times the ability to walk and not faint. For those of us in recovery, hope is a powerful force.

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