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Prayer about drug trafficking and violence in Mexico

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Offering valuable perspectives on God's love and on the reliability of His law, Lyle and Arturo respond to thought-provoking questions from site visitors. Among the topics covered are how to go beneath the surface and address the "underlying dynamics of this issue and . . . [find] some fresh ways to pray about it." Topics discussed include the "demand" for drugs, dishonesty in governments and police departments, poverty, and lack of opportunity. Lyle and Arturo also respond to site visitors who feel that the situation is hopeless. Both guests share examples of how prayer has helped them.

This chat was also held in Spanish

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