Tag: disaster preparedness

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May Partner Letter

Blessed toBe a Blessing It is true that we, as believers, are blessed to be a blessing. This last month we had an awesome opportunity to bless a youth pastor friend in need. He needed some h elp finishing up some remodel work before his family moves into their new home, which

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Do You Have a Plan?

As tornado season gears up again, it’s time to talk about your disaster plan. What happens if you lose power for days, your house floods, or worse yet, it is destroyed by a tornado? What do you have planned in case of an emergency? As the saying goes, failing to prepare

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Are You Prepared?

There is no question that every year the weather gets crazier and crazier. With tornado season already in full affect, the experts tell us now that we can expect this hurricane season to be the worst in record. Even if you don’t live in tornado alley or the Gulf Coast

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The First National Day of Action

April 30, 2014 was  our nations first National Day of Action. It is a part of  America’s PrepareAthon! which is a nationwide, community-based campaign to increase emergency preparedness and resilience through participation in hazard-specific drills, group discussions and exercises conducted at the national level every fall and spring. As a part

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