Despite all the pleas to the general public to be prepared, most people don’t think disaster will strike them. They’ll mumble about the need to lay in some supplies just in case “something” happens and then never do it. They’ll go about their day, blissfully in denial about the ability of life to be transformed from idyllic to monstrous in the blink of an eye.
Millions of people are still without power up and down the east coat in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. The death toll has risen to 70 people who have died because of the storm. People who scoffed at being prepared are facing empty store shelves, no public utilities, and are realizing that entire emergency plans based on dialing “911” are simply not adequate.
Join Bill Heid and Brian Brawdy on today’s Off the Grid Radio as they discuss disaster preparedness and the steps you can take to meet the challenges that come your way just by virtue of living life on planet Earth. Remember, there’s always a Hurricane Sandy on the peripheral of life… there’s always a challenge to be overcome.
In this episode:
- Why the New York Times is wrong about big government being the solution to big storms
- Essential supplies one needs for disaster prep
- Our Christian duty to our neighbors in time of trouble
- Big storms bring out big heroes
- And more…