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September is National Preparedness Month: Does God Have an Emergency Plan

Contact: Donna Anderson, 417-723-0610

MEDIA ADVISORY, Aug. 31 /Christian Newswire/ -- Today, a strange paradox exits. People from all three of the world's great religions see developments around the world as potential omens of an 'End Times' scenario leading to the Apocalypse.

Yet many believers in God, especially in America, are indifferent to the need to prepare for the unexpected.

An article by Mimi Hall in USA TODAY recently said, "Most Americans haven't taken steps to prepare for a natural disaster, terrorist attack or other emergency, according to a new study on preparedness, and only about a third have made plans with family members about how they would communicate with each other during a crisis."

Part of the reason why some people, including religious people never plan for disaster, is that they view the process as too complicated and costly. The truth is, survival preparation is modestly affordable. Under most circumstances, the ability for individuals to remain mobile for a few days to a week by simply grabbing a "survival bag" and heading out is more important than silos filled with long term storage foods.

Even when we envision a worse case scenario -- such as a terrorist nuke or ICBM exchange -- low-cost shelters, that can be built at home and combined with a minimal amount of Potassium Iodide, would help keep as much as 99 percent of the population alive according to one synopsis by the Department of Homeland Security. Free designs for building such family shelters as well as hundreds of pages from reports and booklets on how to perform first aid, defend against terrorism and chemical contamination, survive earthquakes, storms, floods, and dozens of other emergency situations are available FREE this month at www.SurvivorMall.com.

For National Preparedness Month, Spiritual leaders can download these booklets and reports, print them out and place them on a table in a church foyer, hand them to neighbors, give them out during classes, or better yet teach a class on preparedness and tie it in with Scripture.

To view a special video report on these free products and to find additional valuable information on National Preparedness Month, visit www.raidersnewsnetwork.com/prepare.htm.