Keeping you and your family safe does not necessarily have to do with having the best gear. Self-defense knowledge and weapons are certainly helpful. A good security system can help you feel safer at home. However, one single most important skill that can save your life above any gear you may have is learning the Art of Situational Awareness. Not only can developing this skill help you in a disaster scenario, but also in your current daily life.
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“The economy goes up and down but things always get better.”
“People say something will happen, but nothing ever does.”
This is a Christian based post about how we can prepare our kids for the events leading up to the 2nd coming of our Savior. Teaching, practicing, and preparing for disasters or times of emergencies WITH your kids can help to:
In October of 2012, a destructive and deadly hurricane named Sandy swept across the eastern United States taking the lives of over 230 people and inflicting 68 billion dollars of damage. The most severe damage was caused in New Jersey as well as New York.
For those paying attention, it’s not hard to see that America is on its way very quickly to a paradigm shift.
We are facing a collapse of exceptional scale. As noted by International Man Jeff Thomas of Casey Research, it’s not that difficult of an exercise to predict what’s coming next.
Primary Events of an Economic Collapse:
1. A major collapse in stock markets
2. Probable sudden deflation, mainly of assets.
3. Followed by dramatic inflation, or possibly hyperinflation.
4. Followed by a crash of many dominant currencies.
(This is a guest post by Shelly McDermott, an amazing woman with incredible preparation insight)
Many preppers are busily storing up for a future time when resources will be scarce, but is that enough to get us through long periods of hardship? Church leaders tell us there is something else equally important to your supplies – spiritual preparedness.