Hilo Escarlata, El (The Scarlet Thread)
:Dos mujeres, separadas por siglos, son unidas a través de un diario desgastado mientras luchan con Dios, con sus esposos e incluso con ellas mismas... hasta que caen en los brazos de Aquel que las ama incondicionalmente. Sierra Madrid recién...
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:Dos mujeres, separadas por siglos, son unidas a través de un diario desgastado mientras luchan con Dios, con sus esposos e incluso con ellas mismas... hasta que caen en los brazos de Aquel que las ama incondicionalmente. Sierra Madrid recién ha perdido el control de su vida cuando descubre la colcha artesanal y el diario de su antepasado Mary Kathryn McMurray, una joven que dejó su hogar para soportar muy duras condiciones en el camino a Oregón. Aunque las mujeres están separadas por el tiempo y las circunstancias, Sierra descubre que muchos de los problemas que enfrentan son notablemente similares. Siguiendo el ejemplo de Mary Kathryn, Sierra aprende a rendirse a la soberanía de Dios y al amor incondicional.
Two women, centuries apart, are joined through a tattered journal as they contend with God, husbands, and even themselves ... until they fall into the arms of the One who loves them unconditionally. Sierra Madrid's life has just been turned upside down when she discovers the handcrafted quilt and journal of her ancestor Mary Kathryn McMurray, a young woman who was uprooted from her home only to endure harsh conditions on the Oregon Trail. Though the women are separated by time and circumstance, Sierra discovers that many of the issues they face are remarkably similar. By following Mary Kathryn's example, Sierra learns to surrender to God's sovereignty and unconditional love.
New York Times best-selling author Francine Rivers (born 1947) began her literary career at the University of Nevada, Reno, where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and journalism. From 1976 to 1985, she had a successful writing career in the general market, and her books were highly acclaimed by readers and reviewers. Although raised in a religious home, Francine did not truly encounter Christ until later in life, when she was already a wife, a mother of three, and an established romance novelist.
Five years after becoming a born-again Christian in 1986, Francine released Redeeming Love as her statement of faith. This retelling of the biblical story of Gomer and Hosea, set during the time of the California Gold Rush, is now considered by many to be a classic work of Christian fiction. The popularity of Redeeming Love continues unabated over a quarter of a century after its publication.
Since Redeeming Love, Francine has published numerous novels with Christian themes - all best sellers. The Last Sin Eater, earned her the CBA Gold Medal award and has since been made into a feature film - She has continued to win both industry acclaim and reader loyalty around the globe. Her Christian novels have been awarded or nominated for numerous honours, including the RITA Award, the Christy Award, the ECPA Gold Medallion, and the Holt Medallion in Honour of Outstanding Literary Talent. In 1997, after winning her third RITA Award for inspirational fiction, Francine was inducted into the Romance Writers of America's Hall of Fame. Francine's books have been translated into over thirty languages, and she enjoys best-seller status in many countries, including Germany, the Netherlands, and South Africa.
Francine and her husband, Rick, live in northern California and enjoy time spent with their three grown children and taking every opportunity to spoil their grandchildren. Francine uses her writing to draw closer to the Lord, and she desires that through her work she might worship and praise Jesus for all He has done and is doing in her life.