Spiritual Emergency Preparedness
Saint Germain has said (3/10/06 & 6/15/06) that he would like each one of us to be prepared for emergencies and evacuations as they are likely to occur and no place is absolutely immune.
Be prepared. Magnify God within your hearts. Do not fear. Love one another in practical ways, such that all within this greater community of light may be saved. When you are prepared, and know exactly what to do in each potential scenario, then not only may that scenario be averted for you, but God forbid, if it should occur you can be of great assistance to many. Saint Germain (3/10/06)
Every area in the country is vulnerable in some way even if it's a power outage or being snowed in, it's nice to be prepared with flashlights, canned food, battery operated radios, etc.. The Mormons have been preparing like this for a long time. They find that preparedness also helps in times of economic hardship such as the loss of a job. Even if they are not affected by a disaster they are able to assist their brothers and sisters who have been affected by sharing out of their stored supplies. Another benefit of emergency preparedness is the savings on food by buying quantities on sale or buying in bulk.
Emergency preparedness can seem overwhelming at first, a daunting task, especially to those with no experience; these pages are designed to make getting started as easy as possible. So, let's get started:
Financial Preparedness by Jackie Fleder
Three-Month Prepapredness Plan This document has been developed as a resource for intermediate preparedness and as an important step toward creating a more sustainable lifestyle.
Three-Week Preparedness Plan This document is a guide for minimal personal preparedness in light of the possibility of a natural disaster such as the 2005 Katrina hurricane in <st1:city w:st="on"><st1:place w:st="on">New Orleans. Saint Germain stated, "Much of this can be done by each of you within two weeks of this date for your personal preparation in your homes".