What is Emergency Preparedness?
EP is the ability to help yourself, your family, friends and loved ones, and even your community survive a crisis event. Ask yourself a few simple questions and your answers may help you know if you will be a survivor or victim.
- If your electricity was disabled for more than several hours perhaps days what would you do?
- If cell phone or internet service was disabled how would you contact your loved ones?
- What are the first few thoughts that come to your mind if the water and food supply in your city or town was compromised for days or even weeks?
- If you have small children or grandchildren do you know their school’s lock down protocol for disasters?
- How would you reunite with your family in the event of being separated during a national emergency?
These questions and more are designed to encourage you to begin thinking about having a plan. Being prepared is Biblical and not as complicated as you might think. As the Mid-Atlantic EP Coordinator, Stacey welcomes the opportunity to help you develop an emergency supplies kit, share web sites and phone numbers to help you stay informed, and answer any questions you may have regarding how you can get involved.
No one individual has all the answers but we are loved by a God who does have all the answers. He is able to protect you and your most precious possession – your family.
Click HERE to review some very useful Emergency Preparedness information prepared by Morningstar Ministries.
Stacy Blizzard is the Aglow International Mid-Atlantic Region Emergency Preparedness Coordinator for North Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, and D.C.
Feel free to contact Stacy, Mid-Atlantic Aglow EP/Disaster Relief Coordinator, for even more information.
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