There is more power in a community and group that comes together in preparing for emergencies. I love the Christian view of being a “prepper” in that we do all we can do and put our trust in God for the rest. Getting more prepared is a mental perspective. It’s not about fearing the worst. It’s about seeing our need to be more self-reliant so that when stuff does hit the fan (earthquake, power outage, pandemic, economic collapse, terror attack, etc.) we can move forward having faith instead of scrambling in a panic.
Would you rather be a burden in a crisis, or would you rather be able to lift, help, and comfort others?
Do you want to learn how you can be more prepared Temporally, Intellectually, Physically and Spiritually? This is a movement to share what you know, keep learning new skills, and get ideas to help you and your family be ready.
~Margene (Just a mom and wife trying to be ready)