The following are some principles that we've learned, pondered, and/or developed in the area of preparing for the unexpected - particularly for disasters or long emergencies. It's not a complete list and we're likely to update it as often as new principles begin to emerge in our thinking. Fear Not Fear leads people to make … Continue reading Our principles for emergency preparedness
A friend and reader recently posted a comment regarding our recent post, "it's more than just flashlights and duct tape" asking how we handle securing/storing water. Here's the comment: "I’m assuming you have a well. Any advice on stockpiling for those of us who have city water? Water jugs?" As we pondered our response, it … Continue reading Emergency Preparation: Water Strategy
For the non-militia member too! We have some hesitation about writing the topic of emergency preparedness because of some long-held stereotypes people have. As followers of Yeshua, homeschoolers, Pennsylvanians, etc. some people would just naturally expect us to also be of a survivalist or militia mindset. We can assure you, we don't belong to the … Continue reading It’s more than just flashlights and duct tape!