September is National Preparedness Month. Often when talking about preparation, prepping, thoughts turn to be ready for a disaster of some kind. There are other ways that you can, and probably should, get ready. Back to school. September is the traditional return to school month, although many schools start in August Read More ….
I consider myself prepared for most anything; whether it’s a flat tire (tow service) or a natural disaster (back-up power). But as I’ve thought about these preparations this month, I wondered if there are some things you just can’t prepare for. I’ve come to the conclusion: Yes. Let me give Read More ….
A recent tv series about people who prepare for disaster soon became the source of comedy for office water coolers and late-night television. It’s all too easy to dismiss the idea of preparing when it seems like a joke. Really we all prepare for something: work, vacation, a new baby. Read More ….
Families were ready for the Memorial Day 2015. The National Weather Service had predicted rain and thunderstorms for the weekend. Saturday morning opened up with sunshine and few clouds. Twenty-four hours later, the rivers were 30 feet over flood stage, homes floating away, and dozens of people lost. It’s easy Read More ….
The ants are not a strong people, Yet they prepare their food in the summer (Pro 30:25 AMP). Did the “storm of the century” hit your town? Were you stuck at home? Or, did you attempt to make it out for an errand that was a “must-do”? Did you have everything you Read More ….
As National Preparation Month continues, we find that “prepping” involves more than just being ready for the next disaster. Many of us just finished back-to-school preparations. Our family begins prepping for winter this month. Once all the wood is cut and stacked, and the garden is put to bed, we Read More ….