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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 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: 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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The Keystone pipeline and hydraulic fracturing (fracking) are often in the news. Most of us could use more information about the importance of the oil and gas industry to America. Please join Maxine and Jeannie as they talk with energy expertMarita Noon, known as "America's voice for energy." Help us get the word out. Invite others to listen in as this all important matter is discussed responsibly. Marita's twentieth book, Energy Freedom, is her first in the current affairs genre.
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Without a sense of acceptance and love from a father, says Walker Moore, president of Awe Star Ministries, we have no identity. And Walker knows whereof he speaks. He never stopped trying to earn his father's love until the day... more

Rochelle Carter, Publisher at Ellechor Media LLC, has received national recognition for her leadership and professional achievements, including winning the 2014 Stiletto Woman in Business Award for Entrepreneur of the Year.... more
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Dana Kasper, a licensed professional counselor in the U.S. and a psychotherapist in Montreal and Quebec, found attachment to people difficult as a young person. After experiencing repeated sexual abuse by a trusted person... more

Have you given much thought to leaving a legacy of prayer? Grandparents have the opportunity to unite in prayer for their grandchildren. Lillian Penner joins Maxine and Jeannie today. She is the National Prayer Coordinator for Christian... more

Some of you will remember Olga from two weeks ago. She was such an interesting and passionate lady to interview that Maxine and Jeannie felt it important to invite this guest back. There is so much more to hear about the... more

Being a man is not a freak accident of the cosmos! There is, however, confusion in and outside of the churches in this 21st century about exactly what a man is. The Strong Man Of God points men back to their Creator and a clear,... more

Russia and Ukraine are top news stories today. All of us should care about what's happening. Olga Gladky Verro knows Russia's history first-hand. Under Stalin's dictatorship, her father was relentlessly persecuted while Bolsheviks weree... more

The owners of Ashberry Lane, a small traditional publisher, bring their newest author with them to today's chat. All three women have experienced unexpected changes in their lives. Even though Sherrie Ashcraft served as a missionary in... more
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  • in Books
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Dan Walsh, bestsellling author of 10 novels and recipient of 3 Carol Awards and 2 Selah Awards, chats with Maxine and Jeannie today about the benefits to be gained by attending a writers conference. We'll take some time to discuss his... more

Maxine and Jeannie will be talking with Sarah Thebarge today. Sarah was voted one of 40 Women Under 40 who are challenging taboos of the Christian faith. This amazing woman sends the proceeds of her book, The Invisible Girls, into... more