Weather, under control

"El Nino," which translates as "the child" in Spanish, is the name of a weather pattern familiar to many people, especially those whose nations touch on the Pacific Ocean. Its impact is anything but childlike, however. And this year's El Nino is expected to be one of the worst, bringing drought, mudslides, floods, and other environmental effects.

This author's experiences provide ideas that will help anyone—whether in an affected area or not—pray more effectively about the influence of nature, especially nature that seems out of control.

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November 10, 1997
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