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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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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.

September 03, 2018 12:16 PM PDT

Topic: 12 Stupid Things That Mess Up Recovery.

ABOUT THIS SHOW: To grow in recovery, we must grow up emotionally. This means getting honest with ourselves and facing up to the self-defeating thoughts and actions that put our sobriety at risk. Although there are as many ways to mess up recovery as there are alcoholics and addicts, some general themes exist.
Join the Monty’man and cohosts as they look at the “12 Stupid Things That Mess Up Recovery” from the book of the same name by Dr. Allen Berger Ph.D.
Visit www.abphd.com

Dancing in the Rain by Richie Supa

August 31, 2018 12:40 PM PDT

The Take 12 Recovery Radio Show presents,
ENTITLED TO OVERCOME (Solutions for Life, Today)with Dave Fleming and the Monty’man

ABOUT THIS SHOW: Communication is at the heart of every relationship. Everything you do in a relationship results from communication. Therefore, good speaking and listening skills are essential if healthy relationships are going to be built or restored.
How often do we place expectations on others and interpret their actions based on inferior communication? Join Dave and the Monty’man as they begin to scratch the service of this week’s topic.

CLOSING SONG: If You Want to Be Lonely, Just Be Right All the Time
by Bryan Duncan www.bryanduncan.com

August 27, 2018 12:43 PM PDT

Topic: Now You See Me, Now You Don’t.

ABOUT THIS SHOW: It’s not uncommon to watch people come and go in and out of our recovery fellowship meetings. When this happens we often hear members complain and pass judgment on these individuals. Sometimes we make assumptions that we ought not to make about why these folks are in and out so often. Join us on this episode of the Take 12 Recovery Radio Show as we discuss the topic of those who appear to play recovery tag.

Special Guest: Brandon T.

CLOSING SONG: Middle of the Herd by Michael Purington.

August 24, 2018 12:39 PM PDT

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

ABOUT THIS SHOW: Restoring Sanity Through Steps 8 and 9
Reaching into the topics many listeners wanted us to talk about, we address the restoration of relationships through Stapes 8 and 9, dealing with confrontation and reminding ourselves that our ego is not our amigo.
Join the Monty’man and CADC ll, Dave Fleming for this informative and important show as we unpack more solutions for life today.

CLOSING SONG: Reach Out by Hilary Roberts www.hilaryroberts.com

August 21, 2018 10:21 AM PDT

Topic: Remembering Bruce H. One Year Later

On this day last year, the recovery community and the world said good-bye to a man who will always be remembered as one of the humblest of God’s children, Mr. Bruce H.
Bruce was my sponsor for most of my days as an active member in my Twelve Step fellowship.
Over the years Bruce sponsored countless men who now live free from substance abuse and many are serving God by continuing to carry the message of recovery and hope as Bruce taught them to do so very well.
As you listen to this broadcast from last year, it is our hope that if you knew Bruce you will see this time as a fond reflection of a man that loved deeply, gave of himself unconditionally and served his Lord faithfully. For those of you who never met this kind man, perhaps this will give you pause to reflect on someone who Bruce reminds you of, someone you can honor by continuing to carry their legacy by serving others. So, on this one-year anniversary of Bruce going home to be with his Heavenly Father, we say, well done good and faithful servant.

August 20, 2018 11:59 AM PDT

Topic: 7 Reasons Why Your Recovery May Be Stagnant.

ABOUT THIS SHOW: As we walk through our journey of recovery we may need to slow down and reevaluate what we are doing. We may need to slow down and be more thorough with our Step work. Perhaps we need to get off our proverbial hind end and get back to work. On this show, we look at seven major areas that may be keeping us stuck. If we are honest with ourselves, we may find that one or more of these elements are missing from our recovery plan. If this is the case, we need to ask ourselves if we are willing to rectify the problem and move forward. Our recovery and certainly our lives may depend upon it.

CLOSING SONG: Remember the Alano
by Jo E. Finga’s

August 17, 2018 01:29 PM PDT

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

ABOUT THIS SHOW: 5 Recovery Topics You Picked
We asked for your ideas for a topic for this episode of Entitled to Overcome and you answered the call. We choose five topics from the collection of topics submitted. These topics address some of the most interesting issues we face in the recovery community and in Twelve Step recovery meetings.
Join the Monty’man and CADC ll, Dave Fleming for this informative and important show as we unpack solutions for life today.

CLOSING SONG: Grilled Cheese by Elmer Fudd

August 16, 2018 08:53 AM PDT

“For our group purpose, there is but one ultimate authority - a loving God as He may express Himself in our group conscience. Our leaders are but trusted servants; they do not govern.”

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!

August 15, 2018 12:59 PM PDT

Take 12 Recovery Radio presents

Things got so bad in Rick’s marriage that to get away from Rick his wife joined the military. Rick and his daughter moved in with his parents, but things got even more tragic when his young daughter and Rick’s brother found Rick’s dad after he had attempted suicide (and succeeded). Rick became so deeply grieved and angry that his life began to unravel. What Rick didn’t foresee was the Pastor that would come into his life to be the hands, feet and heart of Jesus. This encounter would begin the process that changed Rick’s life forever. Now Rick serves as the Director of the Christian Life Ranch. Part of the network of Teen Challenge centers in Arizona.
Don’t miss one of the most powerful broadcasts we have had the pleasure to air on our station. Rick’s Victory Report.

CLOSING SONG: No Longer My Home
by Sam Allen & Son Ship www.sonship.band

For more information about the ministry of Teen Challenge of Arizona visit www.tcaz.org

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