Claudia Iriarte and Eduardo Verástegui at the first National Prayer Breakfast in Mexico

The appointment took place at the St Regis hotel in Mexico City where politicians, federal and local legislators, ambassadors, business and church leaders were present.

The National Prayer Breakfast, an initiative that has been held in the United States for 70 years without interruption, has held its first event in Mexico City.

Politicians, federal and local legislators, ambassadors, business and ecclesiastical leaders of our country met this Wednesday, March 23, to “unite voices of authority for the good, prosperity and future of Mexico,” the organizers said.

More than 200 people attended the event, including Eduardo Verástegui, who heads the Viva México Movement; and Bernardo Urzua, President of the Ethics and Politics Network. As well as Liébano Saenz and Horacio McCoy, who also served as main speakers at the event.

Among the guests were Sergio Gutiérrez Luna, president of the Board of Directors of the Congress of the Union; Margarita Zavala, former presidential candidate; and the coordinator of the PES senators, Sasil de León Villar.

The event

At 8 o’clock in the morning, Claudia Iriarte, founder and representative of Kingdomlife International, offered a few words to the guests and then gave the microphone to Apostle Jim Hodges Founder, President of the Federation of Ministers and Churches International (Federation of Ministers and Churches International).

Subsequently, a biblical reflection was made by Rabbi Suri Cattán and Father Luis Gerardo Fernández.

After the various participations of the attendees, the Undersecretary of Democratic Development, Social Participation and Religious Affairs of the Ministry of the Interior, Rabindranath Salazar Solorio, offered a final message on behalf of the President of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador.

Those present also had the blessing of Apostle Larry Burden of Kingdomlife International.

It is the first time that prominent businessmen, government officials, as well as leaders from the world of culture and entertainment, diplomats and ecclesiastics, come together in a single call for Mexico.

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