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Hosts Maxine Marsolini and Jeannie St. John Taylor invite you to relax at "The River" where we'll discuss current life issues, books and authors, money and the family, ministries, and so much more. Maxine Marsolini is an author and life coach. Her books, "Rebuilding Families One Dollar At A Time", "Blended Families", and "Raising Children in Blended Families", plus many family resources can be found at ww.rebuildingfamilies.net. Jeannie St. John Taylor is a fine artist and the author and illustrator of more than 25 books for adults as well as children. You'll find her books, plus a link to read her newest biblical fiction, "City Of A Thousand Gods", and be able to take a peek at her art gallery at: www.jeanniestjohntaylor.com. The goal of KRVR "The River" is to offer encouragement consistent with Christ-centered truths. And it is also KRVR's purpose to present an awareness of what is happening in the world around us. On those days when the show touches on a topic that annoys you, please remember that the opinions expressed by guests of KRVR do not necessarily reflect those held by your hosts.

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Merrit H. Hearing is our special guest today. The loss of his 16-year-old son brought grief and so much more. Can joy be found after the death of a child? What does the future look like? Is there hope for tomorrow? So many questions. This show will help all who suffer as Merrit has. Listen in to find out how joy and sorrow can walk hand-in-hand.
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Yvonne Ortega, counselor and author of Moving from Broken to Beautiful Through Forgiveness, tells us how she did exactly that. It's never an easy journey, but once we understand what forgiveness is and what it is not it becomes... more

In his new novel, The Five Times I Met Myself, (2016 Christy Awards winner Book of the Year and winner of the Visionary Book), author James L. Rubart examines the role of dreams in our lives and raises the question of whether or not... more

Award-winning author, Beth K. Vogt, has written another contemporary novel, Almot Like Being in Love.

Nancy Brummett, author of Take My Hand, chats with Jeannie and Maxine about the joys and difficulties of taking care of aging parents. LIsten for affirmation if you have cared for your parents and already understand the frustrations... more

Today Maxine and Jeannie talk about the importance of fatherhood with The Man Behind the Music, David "O.G. One" Jackson. Yes, he is the same O.G. One known to the entertainment world as DJ O.G.One who is curently the official... more

Carli Travers, author of And then She was Free, followed her heart and God's leading from a small town in Canada to a small village in Uganda. Courageously she faced her deep dark secret of being sexually abused by a family... more

Lillian Penner, author of Grandparenting with a Purpose: Effective Ways to Pray for your Grandchildren joins grandparents Maxine and Jeannie on The River today. Grandparents play a very important role in the lives of their... more

Relationships are a lot like sports, yet we tend to be confused, overwhelmed, and defeated by the process of finding our soul mate. Playing for a Championship Love compares basic concepts from the sports world to relationships, making... more

Life and change go hand-in-hand. But, change is often something we don't expect or want. Today Maxine Marsolini and Jeannie St. John Taylor welcome Karen Halvorsen Schreck. Her new novel, Broken Ground, tells the touching story of a... more

Jane Rubietta is a popular author and speaker. Her book, Heartbeat of a Mother, is available just in time for Mother's Day. Moms are very important people who can move beyond past experiences, through heartache, and even toss out... more