VIEWPOINT: Survival Food

I’ve been scouring other prepper websites to learn all I could about food storage, food preparation, canning, shopping lists, etc. Oh, my goodness! There’s enough out there to rattle the brain but I’d be remiss if I didn’t cover some of it myself. While reading many of the reader comments or actual articles, I noticed that many people are planning to make […]

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CHECKLIST: Essential First Aid Kit

Imagine this scenario: You’re on a road trip and are in an accident. Emergency units are available but may not arrive for another 30 minutes. Or imagine this: the most frightening, colossal natural disaster has just hit your area and you and your family are victims. Thankfully, everyone survived but with significant injuries. Cell service is out […]

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Prepping Humor

An old man, a Prepper at heart, lived alone in Minnesota. He wanted to spade his potato garden but it was very hard work. His only son, who would have helped him, was in prison. The old man wrote a letter to his son and mentioned his predicament. Shortly, he received this reply, “For Heaven’s sake, […]

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Power Tip #8 – Know Your Stuff!

This is huge! Okay, you purchased a generator and a family-size tent, put together a complete first aid kit, and even got your first firearm. Now what? Don’t wait until there’s an emergency to use your gear. Learn how it all works before you actually need it. Let me repeat that – learn how to use your equipment BEFORE a disaster hits so […]

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First Things First

Sometimes, prepping can seem quite overwhelming at the beginning. Think “first things first.” Below is a list to help you get started: 1. Acknowledge that we’re not alone in this. God will be with us every step of the way. All we need to do is to surrender to His leadership and recognize His sovereignty. 2. […]

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15 Minute No Cook Oatmeal

BREAKFAST – BEFORE BED – ANYTIME SNACK This is a REALLY SIMPLE recipe that kids and adults alike will enjoy and it’s especially good to fix if “cooking” is limited or non-existent. I tried it for myself (original cold recipe – no additional add-ins) before putting it online and decided it’s not bad at all. Good recipe […]

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One of My Biggest Concerns

The #1 emergency item most sought after in times of disaster is WATER! Just watch the news when a catastrophe hits and what fills shopping carts more than anything else. The most recent headline read: “Ohio water crisis: threat isn’t going away soon” and this happened void of any natural occurrence such as an earthquake or tornado. […]

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Power Tip #7 – Gas Tank Wisdom

Never let your gas tank get below half full. If there is an evacuation and you have to get out of town quickly, being short on gas could spell disaster. We’ve seen it before, especially in the winter or hurricane season. Sometimes, even in the best of times, we’ve seen the lines at the gas pumps long and […]

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There is a Distinct Rumbling

Can You Hear It? Can You Feel It? It started a very, very long time ago and throughout much of that time, it has escalated ever so subtly and slowly that we’ve become desensitized to the warnings. It’s the result of a fallen world and we’re going to soon see the hand of God move as we […]

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It’s Not Just Natural Disasters

Prepping isn’t just for natural disasters but also man-made catastrophes or other unforeseen life-changing events. What if there is an accident and you face long-term disability? Do you live near a major highway or railroad line? Chemical spills that call for an evacuation are often in the news. What about a nuclear or chemical plant […]

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