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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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November 12, 2018 11:42 AM PST

The Altitude of Your Attitude

ABOUT THIS SHOW: Zig Ziglar once said, “It is your attitude, more than your aptitude, that will determine your altitude.” What is the altitude of your attitude? Do you walk through life with gratitude or are you critical of everything and everyone that doesn’t see eye to eye with you on issues of politics, faith, recovery or life in general? Join the Take 12 Radio team as we discuss this important topic that may be part of the reason why so many people are so grumpy and downtrodden these days.

CLOSING SONG: Grateful Heart by After the Chase www.afterthechase.com

November 05, 2018 11:59 AM PST

Take 12 Recovery Radio presents

Imagine your child being sick but you’re too high to even notice. When active addiction is calling the shots, a person can be unaware of important and crucial matters that are going on around them, even matters regarding their own children. This is just part of Rebecca’s story of what it was like, what happened, and what it’s like today. Join us on this episode of the Victory Report as Rebecca Owen the Executive Assistant to the Executive State Director of Teen Challenge of Arizona shares her story of experience, strength, and hope. Learn about the powerful recovery ministry of Teen Challenge and the incredible success this ministry continues to experience while helping men and women overcome life-controlling issues.

Performed by The Teen Challenge of Southern California New Creation Choir
For more information about the ministry of Teen Challenge of Arizona visit www.tcaz.org

November 04, 2018 05:13 PM PST

by Conley Ray White
(A Recovery Music Collection)
This download is available for a limited time and is made available by KHLT Recovery Broadcasting & Take 12 Recovery Radio.


This year the recovery community and the world lost an amazing talent, an incredible man and a powerful source of inspiration for all those seeking recovery from mind-altering substances and life controlling issues. And this year I said goodbye to my friend and colleague
Mr. Conley Ray White.
Conley (Just Ray) passed away due to complications with COPD (Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease).
Among other things, Conley was a gifted musician and recovery recording artist, and because Conley would encourage me to make copies of his work and share his songs with others at no charge, I along with KHLT Recovery Broadcasting and Take 12 Recovery Radio have made available to you our listeners this collection of Conley’s music from his recovery CD Learning to Live Again. Conley’s desire was never to make a profit from his music but that all who would hear his songs would profit spiritually. Therefore, for a limited time, here is Conley’s gift to you, his CD in its entirety, Learning to Live Again.


Learning to Live Again
We’re Glad You’re Here
The Living Dead
Easy Money
Just Keep Calling
In My World
Back Among the Living
Higher Power.
In the Good Lord’s Eyes
Nunna My Bizness
All That Never Was
The Journey
Those Days (Bonus Track)

Made available by permission of the artist, Conley Ray White.

October 15, 2018 12:03 PM PDT

Take 12 Recovery Radio's
(Solutions for Life Today)

ABOUT THIS SHOW: "Complacency is the enemy of members with substantial clean time. If we remain complacent for long, the recovery process ceases."
NA Basic Text, p. 80

Recognizing complacency in our recovery is like seeing smoke in a room. The "smoke" thickens when our meeting attendance drops, contact with newcomers decreases, or relations with our sponsor aren't maintained. With continued complacency; we won't be able to see through the smoke to find our way out. Only our immediate response will prevent an inferno.
Pg. 366 JFT

Closing Song A Call to Arms
by Jim Alker

October 08, 2018 11:54 AM PDT

A Special Tribute to Conley Ray White

ABOUT THIS SHOW: A special tribute to a man who helped put Take 12 Recovery Radio on the map, Mr. Conley Ray White, 12 Stepper and Recovery Recording Artist passed away on Saturday September 22 at the age of 63. This show highlights some of Conley’s incredible recovery music as we remember this great and loving brother who we have lost way too soon.
Conley White a.k.a. just Ray, worked for over two decades as a professional staff songwriter for Nashville music publishers including Sony/Cross Keys. He has had 64 songs that were recorded by artists such as Lonestar, Hank Williams Jr., Davis Daniel and Brooks and Dunn. Along the way there have been several top ten singles such as "Fighting Fire With Fire", "The Wish", "Another Perfect Day", "I Ain’t Singing That Song" and "John Doe on a John Deere". Conley was also a regular performer at Nashville's world famous Bluebird Cafe. He devoted his talents and energy to recovery and being a pioneer in recovery music.

October 01, 2018 10:24 AM PDT

ABOUT THIS SHOW: The Take 12 Team travels to Arizona for our fourth year as a major sponsor of the incredible Hope Fest, AZ. This recovery, and faith-based service, concert and outreach is like no other. Join the Monty’man as he interviews Raygen Mitchell, Director of Public Relations for the Teen Challenge of Arizona Christian Life Ranch. Hear his story of experience, strength and hope and experience a view into the grace-based program of Teen Challenge of Arizona on this special edition of Take 12 Radio’s Victory Report.

September 24, 2018 11:42 AM PDT

The Great Reality

ABOUT THE SHOW: It’s been said that “Meeting Makers Make It”, but what exactly do we make. Yes, we know that simply attending meetings is not sufficient for a healthy and full recovery, there is much more to recovery than meeting attendance. However, there are many benefits to support meetings, but what are they? Join Denver, Toni, Marv, and the Monty’man as they ask the question, What Do Meeting Makers Make?

CLOSING SONG: The Cactus Song by the Lads www.theladsband.com

September 17, 2018 11:58 AM PDT

Topic: Who Moved My Cheese

ABOUT THIS SHOW: Who Moved My Cheese is inspired by the book of the same name by Dr. Spencer Johnson. On this episode of the Take 12 Recovery Radio Show, we discuss the topic of change and what that looks like for many of us when change comes out of nowhere. How do we handle change that’s unexpected? Can we be prepared for unexpected change or are we doomed to be caught off guard? Is change inevitable? Let’s talk about it.

CLOSING SONG: Getting There by Chris Moore & Ron Dadey

September 15, 2018 12:52 PM PDT

On Location in Salem, OR.

ABOUT THIS SHOW: Take 12 Recovery Radio is on location at the 12th Annual Hands Across the Bridge event in Salem, Oregon. Join the fun as Toni, Monty and the Take 12 Radio team meet new friends in the recovery community, interview the movers and shakers of our local recovery services and celebrate National Recovery Month in our state’s capital, Salem, Oregon.

September 07, 2018 10:37 AM PDT

The Take 12 Recovery Radio Show SPECIAL BROADCAST.
Interview with author and screenwriter of My Name is Bill W., Mr. William Borchert

Screenwriter of "My Name is Bill W." The most-watched television movie ever made.
Monty brings back this powerful interview in celebration of National Recovery Month.
Also, TODAY, (Sept 9th, 2018) Meet Monty and the Take 12 Recovery Radio family today between 2:00 and 7:00 P.M. at Marion Square Park in Salem, Oregon for the 12th Annual Hands Across the Bridge. Admission is FREE as we celebrate National Recovery Month.

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