Houston residents had little time to prepare for Hurricane Harvey, which left behind floods and devastation like none we’ve seen in decades in this country. South Florida residents had a few days to evacuate before Hurricane Irma made landfall, but instead of rushing to safety, thousands packed grocery stores and gas stations trying to get what they needed for their families to make it through the hurricane that was speeding toward them. Whether you are an individual living alone, or are a family of six, this information regarding how to survive a disaster, is extremely invaluable.
Are you prepared for a severe snow or ice storm in Minnesota? What would you do if, because of the storm, your electricity was cut off for more than a week? How would you and your family stay warm? How would you heat your food? What items are important to have available for the elderly, for children, for those with special medical needs, or for pets? How will you survive once the initial storm is over?
For the past nine years, I have trained individuals, families, and churches on how to successfully prepare for and successfully overcome potentially life-threatening disasters. The key is preparation before the disaster occurs. I received my training through the International Association of Chaplains and The Red Cross. I recently released my e-book Disaster Preparation: How to Prepare Before Disaster, which provides lifesaving tools to assist every family prepare for a disaster. www.amazon.com/dp/B0759QQ6CF/ref=nosim
My disaster plan tagline is this: It is better to have a disaster plan supplies and not need them, than to need a disaster plan and supplies and not have them.
If you are in Minnesota, register to join us on Saturday, October 7, 2017 for this impactful traiining.