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Camping is the Best Outdoors Survival Training: 5 Things to Teach and Learn

It’s one thing to have a lot of thoughts and theory to deal with potential disasters in life, but it’s an entirely different matter to have engaged in practical applications of ideas to gain the type of experience that can make a difference if our lives are disrupted be unforeseen circumstances. Whatever you specific situation is, I would recommend taking at least an occasional weekend camping trip to hone your skills, or the skills of your family members. If you have children with you, I would recommend […]

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What Many Preppers and Survivalists Continue to Neglect

A lot of the prepper survivalist community focuses on one-time catastrophes that have a very low percentage of ever happening, while somewhat neglecting prepping for the everyday challenges of life, and the far more likely larger disruption coming from a car engine that blows, or a similar event. After all, what will it help if we have 50 guns and enough ammo to hold off a small army if we can’t get around because of a car breaking down to the point of costing more than we […]

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Prepping and the Christian Household: Proverbs 31 Husband and Wife

If there is a portion of Scripture that supports prepping and survival, it’s definitely located in Proverbs 31:10-31. There is something I’ve thought about concerning it that is worthwhile discussing in regard to the Christian family prepping, and that is the Proverbs 31 husband, an almost completely ignored person in the narrative. What’s so important about the husband, most obviously, is there wasn’t a Proverbs 31 husband there wouldn’t be a Proverbs 31 wife. More important, it is his provision that allows the Proverbs 31 wife to […]

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Prepping and Survival for Christians

There are a lot of eccentricities associated with the survivalist movement, including those that think there are aliens that will attack the earth, to those trying to prepare for one-off events like a nuclear war or EMP attack, among other things. When identifying these things as eccentricities, what I mean by that is those prepping to survive these types of events, do so in a way that neglects many of the things in life that in fact they do need to prepare, and instead focus on end-of-the-world […]

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Dealing with the SJW Threat

Some people ask or consider what they can do in response to the SJW threat, which has the goal of permeating society with the wickedness of their ideology and worldview, not allowing for any opposite viewpoints, and ultimately, resistance. They don’t allow contradiction, opposition, or anything that undermines the evil world they want to create in their own image. Their strategy is to quietly enter into various groups, churches, businesses and institutions, and once they have a foothold, work to add to their number until they have […]

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Beyond prepping and survival … to building

Much of what is talked about concerning prepping and survival is in ensuring we live through a catastrophic event. While that’s important if something like that ever happens, what isn’t thought about as much is what will happen once the period of shock has worn off and people are alive, but not really living. That is the time most would start to think of building again, or rebuilding. While that would be the case with a major event, the truth is, at this time we’re in a […]

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Firearms and the Protection of Family

During the turbulent birth of our country, our forefathers gave us the right to bear arms via the 2nd Amendment of the Constitution. There are many ongoing debates, pro & con on this topic. I for one, am grateful for the 2nd Amendment. Having worked in the law enforcement field for several years, I fully understand that most often, police respond to a call well after the crime has been committed. Crime prevention is relinquished to the individual. In those States that offers the privilege of offering […]

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