14
Nov
18

The Altitude of Your Attitude

THE TAKE 12 RECOVERY RADIO SHOW
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

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05
Nov
18

Rebecca’s Victory Report Over Addiction

Take 12 Recovery Radio presents
REBECCA’S VICTORY REPORT

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.

CLOSING SONG: Liberty
Performed by The Teen Challenge of Southern California
New Creation Choir.

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

08
Oct
18

Remembering Just Ray (A tribute to Conley Ray White)

THE TAKE 12 RECOVERY RADIO SHOW

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.

02
Sep
18

MY INDEPENDENCE DAY (Sept 2, 1997)

MY INDEPENDENCE DAY (Sept 2, 1997)

On this day 21 years ago, I declared my freedom from the bondage of alcoholism. As days turned into weeks, months and years, I discovered that the abuse of alcohol which led me to the darkest of times was but a symptom of a deeper and spiritual issue. I had a hole in my heart that could only be filled by God. Attempting to fill it with alcohol and other mind-altering substances only caused the hole to grow deeper and wider. Through the love and compassion of those first in the ministry of Teen Challenge and then through the application and implementation of the Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous and more recently Celebrate Recovery, the God-shaped hole has been filled with the grace and mercy of my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
As I celebrate my 21st birthday I am reminded of the unconditional love of those who stood by me through all the heartache, pain and confusion. My best friend and wife Marsha, my two incredible sons, Cameron and Colin, my sponsors, mentors, spiritual advisors, colleagues and the many family and friends that recovery has gifted me with over the years. You have all been and continue to be the hands and feet of Jesus as He guides my steps through service to others and compassion for those still suffering.
God bless you all.

~The Monty’man

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31
Aug
18

Communication 101

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

27
Aug
18

Now You See Me, Now You Don’t

THE TAKE 12 RECOVERY RADIO SHOW
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.

 

21
Aug
18

A Sponsor’s Heavenly Anniversary

THE TAKE 12 RECOVERY RADIO SHOW 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.




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