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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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The waiting game is not something we like to do. Today, Elizabeth Liang Thompson, author of "When God Says Wait", is our guest. I don't like waiting any more than the rest of you. Waiting isn't usually fun. It's often hard to do. Is there a good purpose in the waiting? Let's find out as Maxine and Jeannie bring this amazing woman's wisdom and wit to our listening audience. Elizabeth calls herself a word wrangler and tantrum tamer. Her website and blog are at www.LizzyLife.com.
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