Apocalypse – Five Personal Implications

So, we’ve reached the limit. From this day on, we will produce less oil, less coal, less natural gas, less… everything energy related. What does that mean to you, personally? First – Economy Your standard of living is going to fall dramatically. The company where you work will start losing money and will very quickly need to lay off workers. If the company can’t reduce costs fast enough, they will go out of business. More and more of your income is going to be consumed by fuel and food. The cost of heating your home in the winter is going … Click here to read the rest…

72 Hours on Steroids

In my October 25 article, 72 Hours, I talked about how much time you have to get out of the danger zone when catastrophe hits. Well, there’s more. When you run away from YOUR disaster zone, you need to make sure that you don’t run straight into someone else’s disaster zone. Oh, and I’m still on steroids, which is another reason why this is 72 Hours on Steroids. Last week, I was watching the Glen Beck Program on GBTV, when Glen put on Barrett Moore, the CEO and founder of Sovereign Deed. He was talking about disaster preparedness, and how … Click here to read the rest…

America – Awfully Like Israel Used To Be

I’ve got this One Year Bible (OYB) thing going all year round. I’m sure that you know about it, but for those of you who don’t, I’ll explain. Basically, it’s a version of the bible that is split up into 365 pieces. Each day you have about twenty to thirty minutes worth of reading. You get a 1/365th of the Old Testament, a 1/365th of the New Testament, a 1/365th of Psalms, and a a 1/365th of Proverbs. (Although, some versions of the OYB will take you through Psalms and Proverbs twice in a year.) I like it. It keeps … Click here to read the rest…