New York Times Bestselling Author

“Writers like Rivers are why people buy Christian fiction.” —Publishers Weekly

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A Path to Redeeming Love: A Forty-Day Devotional

This forty-day devotional based on the classic bestselling novel Redeeming Love leads you on a personal, six-week journey into God’s all-consuming embrace.

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Redeeming Love: The Companion Study

Venture deeper into the heart of the classic bestselling novel Redeeming Love with this six-week study and discover life-changing Bible truths.

Redeeming Love (Keepsake Edition)
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Redeeming Love: Keepsake Edition

A favorite Christian romance classic—a tragically wounded soul, the man called to marry her, and the only love that heals all—now available in a beautiful keepsake, linen-bound edition!

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The Challenges of a New Normal Last year, 2020, was an historic year for all of us with challenges beyond our expectations.  So many people have lost jobs, homes, property.  We’ve relied on big box stores and Amazon for our necessities (though I don’t know why the same safety rules shouldn’t apply to small businesses). Activities have been curtailed, leaving people ...

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Why Santa Might Be Late Imagine the dire possibilities that might make Santa Claus late this year: -Santa was stopped at the border and searched for possible contraband. -Every package must go through scanners.   -Santa has been charged with trafficking weapons.  All Nerf guns, slingshots, rubber knives, bows and arrow have been confiscated and cataloged as evidence and stored ...

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My word for 2021 is JOY. . . . I intend to embrace and give thanks for the new normal each morning. I intend to count every blessing and give thanks.

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My word for 2021 is JOY. . . . I intend to embrace and give thanks for the new normal each morning. I intend to count every blessing and give thanks.  https://francinerivers.com/the-challenges-of-a-new-normal/

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The joy of the Lord is my strength

Amen!

Amen!

ASSURANCE. Joy.

Me too!

Nehemiah 8:10 🙂 ❤️. Thankyou for your words...Francine. Praying for you n your hubby. # 51 years...so awesome! Congrats!! # JOY...an awesome word for all of us to explore in the adventure of 2021#thankyou! 🙂 # ❤️ your books!!

I love this! Every year God gives me a word and JOY was the one I received for 2021. 😍❤️🙏🏻

Me too in Jesus mighty name Amen

Amen

This was my word too!!!

Well I have two that go hand in hand... hope and joy!

Amen to Joy

This is my word too!!!

JOY!!! J - Jesus O - Others Y - Yourself My word for 2020, helped me tremendously keep my focus. 2021 - HONOR, trying to view everyone through Jesus’ eyes.

I pray your Rick continues to heal. Bless you both.

Thinking and praying for you and your family in this time

Joy was my word for 2020. This year God gave me “Renew”, as in renew a right spirit in me and renew my mind, and so many other things that need renewal this year.🥰

Same here, I choose JOY as my word for this year. I am counting my blessings and ignoring negatives.

May God bless you in this new chapter. Have read all of your books and you are such a blessing to so many.

Amen. Celebrate each day.

A gift from my Mum 😍 Katie Blanchard

A beautiful word!

That’s interesting. That is my word too!

That's a wonderful idea and a beautiful word!

Are there any new books on the horizon?

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My word for 2021 is JOY. . . . I intend to embrace and give thanks for the new normal each morning. I intend to count every blessing and give thanks.

https://francinerivers.com/the-challenges-of-a-new-normal/

I barreled out the sliding glass door, bounded across the deck, launched down the steps, and headed straight for them with flapping arms, barking as deeply and loudly as I could.

https://francinerivers.com/chasing-turkeys/

Lots of people think meeting a deadline and turning in a manuscript is the goal for a writer. Not so. That’s somewhere in the middle of the long road to publication—and publication, even for a previously published author—should never be taken for granted.

https://francinerivers.com/turning-in-a-manuscript/

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