First National Prayer Breakfast in Mexico






















First National Prayer Breakfast in Mexico | Class Magazine


The St Regis hotel in Mexico City was the venue for the first National Prayer Breakfast, which brought together federal and local politicians and legislators; ambassadors; business and ecclesiastical leaders from our and other countries, and even personalities from the world of culture and entertainment, with the aim of uniting their voices for the good, prosperity and future of Mexico. With more than 200 attendees, the main speakers at the breakfast were the Mexican political analyst Liébano Sáenz, and Horacio McCoy, president for Latin America of the global consulting firm Korn Ferry. Tamaulipas actor Eduardo Verástegui, who heads the Viva México Movement, and Bernardo Urzúa, president of the Ethics and Politics Network, also took part. The event was highlighted by the presence of the president of the Board of Directors of the Congress of the Union, federal deputy Sergio Gutiérrez Luna, the former candidate for the presidency of the Republic, Margarita Zavala, and the coordinator of the senators of the PES, Sasil de Leon Villard. The act began with the words of Claudia Iriarte, founder and representative of Kingdomlife International, Mexico chapter, and responsible for the organization of the National Prayer Breakfast; continued Apostle Jim Hodges, founder and president of the Federation of Ministers and Churches International; and a biblical reflection was also made by Rabbi Suri Cattán and Father Luis Gerardo Fernández. The final message, on behalf of the President of the Republic, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, was given by the Undersecretary for Democratic Development, Social Participation and Religious Affairs of the Ministry of the Interior, Rabindranath Salazar Solorio, and, by way of conclusion, the final blessing It was given by the apostle Larry Burden, president and founder of Kingdomlife International, a non-profit and non-partisan association, promoter of leadership and values. The National Prayer Breakfast is an initiative that has been held in the United States for 70 years without interruption, and from this first edition, it will also be held annually in Mexico.