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The movie, The Day After Tomorrow, was released in 2004. It’s a fictional account of a father and son (along with others) surviving an unbelievable ice storm, primarily “on location” in New York City. While watching the movie, I picked up on a survival tip that totally makes sense. At one point in the movie, the climatologist father […]

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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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Power Tip #6 – Know & Be Known!

Get to know your neighbors and build a good relationship with them. Okay, this may be hard for some, but when bad times hit, you may wish you had taken the time to get to know the people around you better. You don’t have to be best of friends, but have a friendship that will help each […]

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It’s All Good!

“We live in a great area. Why worry? Tornadoes? They’re around, but the ones to worry about are more on the plains. We’ve only had a small one that was fairly close. No big deal. Earthquakes? We’ve lived here for twenty years and not even a rumble. Hurricanes or Tsunamis? Not even close. Fires? That’s a possibility, […]

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Power Tip #4 – Check it Off!

Always keep your vehicle(s) maintained at all times. Regularly check the oil, tires, brakes … anything and everything that should be at peak performance all the time anyway. If your car has a full tank of gas but breaks down because you haven’t maintained it, you’ve missed the point for a safe and speedy evacuation. It’s all about […]

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Plan B is Really Plan A

Some natural disasters can come so quickly and without warning, we wonder if there is anything we can do to fully prepare. However, we can take some steps to ensure a certain level of peace of mind that not all is lost. I’m sure you’ve heard, “Don’t put all your eggs in one basket.” If that “basket” is somehow destroyed, then you’ll have […]

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Disaster Can Strike Quickly

… AND WITHOUT WARNING! Today’s technology is really amazing. Scientists can predict the course of a rain storm or hurricane with a pretty high level of accuracy. Natural disasters such as an earthquake or tornado may be a bit more difficult. And others, such as fires or floods, are even harder to predict, if at all. Still in […]

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Power Tip #1 – Begin NOW!

Scientists AND students of Bible prophecy are both surprisingly in agreement that we are headed for some catastrophic events like the world has never seen before and they’re coming sooner than we could have ever imagined. It’s important to be prudent at all times and ready for any situation. All the suggestions below are good to practice even […]

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