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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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Brenda Nixon has opened her heart and home to many youths who've left the Swartzentruber and Old Order Amish. Her intense and interesting experiences are a learning curve, which she shares on her award-winning Beyond Buggies and Bonnets blog www.BrendaNixonOnAmish.blogspot.com and through speaking at public and private venues. Her goals are to teach cultural literacy about these conservative orders within the diverse Amish culture, and be a voice for ex-Amish. She is a wife, mom, educator, speaker, and author or contributor to 35 books. Please join Maxine and Jeannie for this interesting show.
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Joseph Dubowski, author of Cartwheels in the Rain, Finding Faith in the Wake of the Unthinkable wrote the book no parent wants to write. On Valentine Day 2008, a lone gunman entered a University of Illinois classroom and killed six... more

Author Cindy K. Sproles talks with Maxine and Jeannie today about her newly released novel, Mercy's Rain. Sproles knows the Appalahians firsthand. Family, the love of God and strong morals are embedded deep into her life, her... more

?During those last few months, the pressure was something of another world and as earthly life wept, the bleeding of our hearts began to mingle with eternity and hovered in a strange vapor. There was no song to be heard; just the rhythm of... more

Will the many people affected by the secret be able to survive its discovery? Acclaimed author Lori Benton launches her most compelling novel yet. The Pathfinders Series debuts with The Wood's Edge. Cultures collide and lives... more

Writers get ready! When it comes to writing know-how, Bob Welch is a beloved speaker, author and teacher. He is a storyteller by nature and twice won the National Society of Newspapaer Columnists' highest award. Bob is the author of... more

Theologian, pastor and author A. J. Swoboda grew up pro-choice, pluralist, tolerant, suspicious of any kind of exclusivist, conservative ideology. But then something unexpected happened that upended his world view. He says,... more

Women have put their mark on history. We should inspire our daughters to carry on that legacy. Today Maxine and Jeannie talk with Jocelyn Green about the role of brave women in Civil War times. Spy of Richmond is the final book in the... more
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Research shows that couples who spend time together are happiest. Those who sweat together, engage in church activities together, or volunteer have a higher chance of staying together long-term. But today, many couples are little more... more

How much do you really know about the Easter story and Christ's death and resurrection? Join us on The River Monday at 11 AM Pacific for new insights from Gretchen Goldsmith the publisher at Rose Publishing. Do we know why the hill... more

Bruce Peppin, author of the book The Best is Yet to Be: Moving Mountains in Midlife, says ?Perched on the front stoop of old age, Baby Boomers (born 1946-1964) are more downbeat than other age groups about the trajectory of... more