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hitler
20 May 2013 by filed in Spiritual Preparedness
Question: Would Hitler impact your preparedness today and if so, what would you do to STOP him from doing so? Or do you believe that if Hitler were around today it would have no impact and no place in the magnitude or pace at which you work to prepare your family for tough times ahead? Knowing what you know now, would you have the courage or determination to stop Adolph Hitler if he were still in power today?  What if he were doing to your own country what he did to so many others? Would you...
Thrift Store
01 Apr 2013 by filed in Financial Preparedness
  I took some time last week to have a friend tag along with me at my local thrift store.  Hopefully you'll find some great ideas and tips with this video. (Also be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel so that you never have to miss or delay the viewing of our educational videos. We've got several more that we are in the process of editing now. One thing that I'd appreciate you NOT saying is "my thrift store's too expensive" or "there aren't any thrift stores in my area" etc.  (I really...
21 Feb 2013 by filed in Spiritual Preparedness
I have often shared that part of the reason why I do what I do is because I just can't handle the thought of millions and millions of people needlessly suffering when just a little bit of guidance, encouragement or support could have made a difference. My entire life is seasoned with the various answers to those prayers that I've offered--answered in the form of the right person at the right time to say or do the perfect thing.   I realize that it may seem like all we do on this site is shed...
28 Jun 2012 by filed in Preparedness
By Travis Chaffin—Guest Contributor   Food, water, and bullets are at the top of the list for the Zombie Apocalypse, because we will be hungry, thirsty, and need to shoot things.  When a group is holed up in a compound fighting off flesh starved zombies they need more, they need extra eyes.  A functional and well-designed CCTV security system can be the difference between being alive, dead, or undead.   Today we will discuss what you will need to create a zombie proof security system that will...
19 Jan 2012 by filed in Clothing & Shelter Preparedness
There’s a great deal of success for your preparedness efforts waiting to be snatched at your local thrift store, or a myriad of other places. And today I’m going to give you just few of those ideas. But before I do… I know that many of you are anxiously awaiting the continuation of the water filtration article. It’s written (and, in fact I even accidentally posted it for about 8 hours), but out of respect for the expert whom I quote and resource in the article, I’m going to wait for him to...
21 Jun 2010 by filed in Preparedness
by Kellene For the past 10 years I’ve been teaching others how to easily use a pressure cooker in their modern-day kitchens. It’s no secret that I absolutely LOVE mine and simply could not live with as much peace of mind without it.  Amidst my classes I frequently encounter persons who have horror stories of how the pressure cooker blew up in their grandmother’s kitchen spraying tomatoes all over the ceiling. I always assure them that such horror stories have a logical reason and need not be...
27 Apr 2010 by filed in Preparedness
by Kellene Today I’m going to share with you one of most powerful financial aspects of using coupons AND I’m also going to share with you a couponing tip that will make anyone who’s using coupons, ecstatic! A couple of weeks ago I taught the first ever live broadcast of my Coupon Training Boot Camp (also known as “Enough and to Spare”).  We received great feedback from the attendees—some of who were even experienced couponers that simply got recharged. Frankly, I even got recharged as I was...
17 Mar 2010 by filed in Preparedness
by Kellene Filling your preparedness pantry doesn't have to cost a bucket load of money. photo c/o www.mcdowelltech.edu While perusing advertisements for “emergency preparedness” supplies, I saw some pretty hefty price tags just for a year’s worth of food. This doesn’t count the bucket loads of money that one could spend on other gadgets like a solar oven, pressure cooker, first aid supplies, etc. So, let’s get real.  What can a person with only a few hundred bucks a year do to increase their...
22 Jan 2010 by filed in Medical Preparedness
  by Kellene Make sure you are getting enough Vitamin C Well, folks. I guess I get to be today's object lesson in taking care of yourself with what's on the shelf, no transportation, and no medical assistance. I managed to get sick somehow, in spite of being extra mindful of germs and such. (Although I have had this same lady coming to all of my classes and she hacks a lung all during the class! Ugh) Anyway, no article for you today. I'll be using my planned "quarantine care" of 1,000 mg....
18 Jan 2010 by filed in Food Preparedness
Will your pantry shelves mirror the store shelves in an emergency or food shortage? There is a serious food supply emergency going on right now. We don’t have to wait any longer folks. In fact, I would say we are at Level Orange with very little more required to push us to Level Red.  No. I’m not spewing fear and chaos. I’m trying to share information with you laid out in a rational, factual manner so that you can be aware and to take measures to insure that you are affected by this food...
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