It’s getting cold outside and I AM FREEZING! I can’t even imagine handling life when I feel like an icicle, which is exactly what would happen if the power went. If utilities go out in the winter because of a natural disaster like a snow storm, wind storm or an earthquake, we will all face … Continue reading How To Stay Warm When The Power Goes Out
A few days after the Teton Dam disaster in June 1976, President Spencer W. Kimball addressed a group of Latter-day Saints at the dedication of the Deseret Mills in Kaysville, UT. This is what he said. The book, Pure Religion, can be purchased at any LDS distribution center or online at amazon.com.
Water is one of the most important elements needed for survival. It's important to store enough for your family in case of emergency. Water can be stored in almost any container, but not all containers will make your water safe for drinking. Use food-grade water storage containers made of thick plastic to store water for … Continue reading Water Storage
President Spencer W. Kimball said, “The Lord has urged that his people save for the rainy days, prepare for the difficult times, and put away for emergencies, a year’s supply or more of bare necessities so that when comes the flood, the earthquake, the famine, the hurricane, the storms of life, our families can be … Continue reading How Much Food Do We Really Need?
Have you ever thought about the possibility of an earthquake? Are you prepared? There are many things you can do before, during and after an earthquake to help you have a better chance at survival. HOW TO PREPARE First, having a plan can give you clarity of thought during a time of crisis. The American … Continue reading Earthquake Preparation
In the October 1980 General Conference, President Ezra Taft Benson said, “Too often we bask in our comfortable complacency and rationalize that the ravages of war, economic disaster, famine, and earthquake cannot happen here. Those who believe this are either not acquainted with the revelations of the Lord, or they do not believe them. Those … Continue reading Temporal Preps: Where to Begin?