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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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July 15, 2018 03:35 PM PDT

Take 12 Recovery Radio Presents:

CECIL SINGS is a collection of iconic songs that are some of Cecil’s all-time favorites.
Cecil wants you all to know that recovery has helped so many not to take themselves, so doggone seriously and to have a little fun in life. Cecil hopes that you will find some time to simply kick back, smile, laugh and soak in some good times while singing along with Cecil.

Remember, you can download CECIL SINGS FOR FREE, all we ask is that you click on the “Follow” button and become a part of our PodOMatic family here on our recovery podcast, The Take 12 Recovery Radio Shows.

Also, don’t forget to check out our main website at www.Take12Radio.com for recovery workshops, resources and hundreds of archived shows.

July 13, 2018 12:42 PM PDT

Entitled to Overcome (Solutions for Life Today)
with Dave Fleming & the Monty'man

ABOUT THIS SHOW: Sometimes our lives get so busy and so filled with the expectations of others that we attempt to meet everyone’s needs. In recovery, we may say yes to every service position that comes available. In doing this we may become somewhat of a Chameleon specializing in adapting to whatever situation we are in and losing our true self in the attempt to be all things to all people. When this happens, burn out is sure to follow and we can run the risk of relapse. Our recovery fellowships just as our families are filled with unique and different folks. It is easy to become a different person when we walk into our Twelve Step meetings and an entirely different man or women once we arrive back home, our workplace or our social network. Are we trying to fit in everywhere at all times and juggle everything to please others or fulfill the unreasonable expectations we have put on ourselves?

Crossroads by Robert Leroy Johnson.
Performed by Kelly Z. of Kelly’s Lot www.kellyslot.com

July 12, 2018 12:39 PM PDT

“Our common welfare should come first; personal recovery depends upon A.A.unity.”

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 broadcasts from our archives.

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!

July 11, 2018 12:17 PM PDT

A Take 12 Recovery Radio Presentation
(Wayne's Victory Report)

ABOUT THIS SHOW: The Victory Report is a broadcast of Take 12 Recovery Radio featuring the men and women of Teen Challenge of Arizona sharing their experience, strength and hope as it relates to overcoming life-controlling issues such as drug and alcohol addiction, codependency and self-harm.
On this episode, join Denver and the Monty’man as we welcome Wayne W. Wayne is the Dean of Men for the Christian Life Ranch located in New River, Arizona. Dean shares his story of recovery and the powerful ministry he now serves in as God directs his journey of helping others to recover.

CLOSING SONG: I Belong to You by Phil Keaggy. www.philkeaggy.com

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July 09, 2018 01:36 PM PDT

With Toni, Denver, Marv, Wes and the Monty'man

ABOUT THIS SHOW: The Ask-It Basket is an opportunity for our listeners to ask questions of our Recovery Radio team concerning issues that relate to recovery, life, the Twelve Steps and Twelve Step fellowships. Amongst the questions on this show: What about meditation? Isn’t broadcasting a radio show a break of the Eleventh Tradition? What about signing court slips in meetings? Can a person bring a gun into a Twelve Step meeting? As a Christian do you ever sponsor non-Christians? Join the gang as we respond to these questions and have some fun with the top ten complaints folks have submitted from their summer vacations.

CLOSING SONG: He Delivered Me by Justin Unger www.justinunger.com

July 06, 2018 02:49 PM PDT

Entitled to Overcome (Solutions for Life Today)
with Dave Fleming & the Monty'man

ABOUT THIS SHOW: Independent or Dependent?
We celebrate Independents Day as a victory celebration over the freedom we now have as a country that is independent of others. Whatever your opinion is on that matter, one thing we know to be true is that we never want to become completely dependent on anyone or anything other than our God, but is there ever a healthy dependency in our journey of recovery? Is there a time to be dependent and a time to break away and become independent? What about our dependency on substances and needing the approval of others. When does independence demand that we become emotionally sober?

Closing Song: I Used to Drink by Jo E. Fingars www.facebook.com/joefingas

July 03, 2018 05:12 PM PDT


From the 2011 archives of Take 12 Recovery Radio comes what some folks may find shocking. Can alcoholics be cured of alcoholism? Well, take a listen to this informative broadcast with the world’s foremost authority on the history of Alcoholics Anonymous, Mr. Dick B. and decide for yourself.
Also, visit Dick’s AA History website for more insight into this wonderful and powerful program and fellowship that many credit for their sobriety and their relationship with God.

Visit: www.dickb.com

July 02, 2018 01:38 PM PDT

With Toni J., Denver W., Marv R., and the Monty’man

ABOUT THIS SHOW: The Fourth Step in most Twelve Step fellowships states that we are to, Make a searching and fearless moral inventory of ourselves. Though this Step does not suggest that we take other people’s inventory, is there ever a time when to do so would be appropriate? Is there a difference between making an observation and taking someone’s inventory? Have you ever been confronted with a harsh word from someone who was taking your inventory? Have you ever taken another person’s inventory and felt that it was the right thing to do?

Closing Song: Man On the Floor by Roy Buchanan

June 29, 2018 01:56 PM PDT

Entitled to Overcome, (Solutions for Life Today)
with Dave Fleming & the Monty'man

About the Show: Who Do You Serve?

Bob Dylan said, “You’re Going to Serve Somebody”. The question here is, who is it going to be? Are you going to serve God, yourself, others, the recovery program, your church, your addiction or simply hide behind bad coffee and pretend that you don’t serve anyone?
Recovery is a process of selflessness and service. It requires sacrifice and commitment and with it comes the opportunity to be of maximum service to God and the people He puts in our lives. Choose this day who you will serve.

Closing Song: I’m Going to Serve the Lord by Johnny B. Williams

June 25, 2018 12:14 PM PDT


About the Show: It has been said that in life pain is inevitable, but suffering is optional, but is it? The truth is, we sometimes give these pat answers and comments without considering what a person’s pain and anguish has been like. In this episode of the Take 12 Recovery Radio show we will be discussing the difference between pain and anguish and share some of our experience with both.

Closing Song: Keep Coming Back by Sam Allen of Sonship www.sonship.band

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