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DATELINE:  Sacramento. Bryan Davies, an evangelical Christian with a long, drifting beard, is the CEO of a family business that doles out marijuana and spirituality in fragrant, faithful harmony. His Canna Care dispensary, one of Sacramento’s longest operating medical marijuana providers, is as renowned for its political activism at City Hall and the state Capitol as it is for its calls to prayer. California’s medical marijuana industry has drawn people from mortgage brokers to car salesman, from hippies to computer geeks, into the marijuana trade. But Canna Care may well stand out for its singular devotion to serving up cannabis with Christ. As some marijuana businesses shrink from the spotlight in the face of a federal crackdown that has shuttered hundreds of California dispensaries, Bryan Davies and wife, Lanette, are running radio and newspaper ads touting nightly prayer sessions in their marijuana store. “Please join us, it’s the least we can do,” Bryan says in a current radio spot, adding, “May God’s will be done.” The people who show up, generally in small numbers, for 6 p.m. prayers find an establishment that handles up to $2 million in medical marijuana transactions a year – and has given out more than 3,000 Bibles. Customers looking for Purple Kush or Super Silver Haze can also share recitations of the Lord’s Prayer. // Read more here… via Pot dispensary a family business with Christian outlook What would Mark Driscoll think? Thoughts? Todd