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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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Dr. Stengler, author of the book Cult Shock tells Maxine and Jeannie why he thinks the Jehovah's Witnesses and Mormons are based on error. He will give an overview of the differences between biblical Christianity and these two religions.

Maxine and Jeannie take listeners on an unexpected journey today. We'll explore 31 Surprising Reasons to Believe in God with pastor and author Rick Stedman. Stedman unfolds a reasoned yet whimsical approach to the topic of God's... more

Dr. Ken Coley tells us how teens learn differently than in the past and why. He will answer questions such as: Is higher education becoming more or less open to free thought? What is cooperative learning and does it really work with teens?... more

Maxine and Jeannie are pleased to talk withTosca Lee today about her newest book, Firstborn. She's the award-winning, New York Times bestselling author of The Progeny, Firstborn, Iscariot, The Legend of Sheba, Demon: A Memoir,... more
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Brian Housman, author of Tech Savvy Parenting: Navigating your Child's Digital Life, answers our questions about electronic devices and how they relate to our children's safety. He suggests ways that you as a parent can protect your... more

Pastor Larry W. Timm is also a writer who loves to create stories with heart, soul, and high doses of adrenaline. Today Maxine and Jeannie talk with Larry about his book, Murder for Emily's Sake. The loss of a child causes anger to rise up and... more

Is it possible to free ourselves from past mistakes and move on? Lynn Hare is our guest today. Her newly released book is poised to touch lives in profound ways. The Quest for Self-Forgiveness: Discover the Secret of Guilt-Free Living, is all... more

I Want You to Know Me: Love Mom and Dad, by Vicki Mullins is all about family legacy. ?The fabric of a family is not so much woven with memories, it's woven together with the unique characteristics of who we are . . . threads that define us... more

Many church dropouts leave the church between the ages of eighteen and twenty-two. In fact, church is the only institution that emerging adults merge enmasse. Dr. John David Trentham, co-author of Practical Family Ministry,... more

Second chances, dreams, and the hope of mending relationships are themes woven into Patricia Beal's new book, "A Season to Dance". Beal's own story is full of twists and turns. She immigrated from Brazil to America in 1992,... more