The Burning Bush
by Adriana Moreira
There are many struggles and challenges that must be navigated when moving through life. It can seem overwhelming at first, as if being on a difficult journey without a guide. It can even seem like the entire path has to be taken entirely alone. However, this is not the case.
The Burning Bush: To Gods Suffering Children provides valuable lessons that can be applied to readers lives to tackle daily and also complex struggles. The author uses personal accounts and conversations with the Lord in order to connect with readers. Scriptures and stories are combined to highlight the importance of living a spiritual life in order to develop a greater understanding of the Lords plan. Modeled as an educational tool, The Burning Bush: To Gods Suffering Children inspires readers to discover or strengthen their relationship with the living God. Each claim made about Gods mercy is thoroughly explored and explained, working to provide comfort, knowledge, and peace to all readers.
About the Author:
Adriana Moreira was born in Minas Gerais, Brazil, and lived most of her life in Rio de Janeiro, also known as Wonderful city. There, she received her bachelors degree in Information Technology (IT), followed by a Post-Graduate degree in Financial Administration and an Executive MBA.
Since graduation, she has been working for large corporations as a senior IT professional. Her career has allowed her to live in different cities and countries, which has helped her overcome biases and learn much through exposure to different cultures and diverse ways of thinking and being.
Currently, Adriana lives in New Orleans, Louisiana. She is happily married and has two wonderful daughters, who she considers her greatest blessings. Adriana enjoys reading, dancing, and being with family and friends. Though she has a tendency toward introversion, she is recognized for being persistent, resilient, and driven by objectives. She considers the faith she learned from her parents and grandparents to be her most remarkable attribute.
(2017, Paperback, 240 pages)