May 27, 2017


Its been one of those days…I mistakenly deleted this post the first time I put it up, I apologize if you got more than one notice.

Let me first say that I am not complaining, but simply letting you all know where things stand.  I have been putting in a lot of hours on website related things, getting ready for The Preparedness Club.  Due to this, I haven’t had much of a chance for writing.  I had planned on working through the weekend to try and get some of the software hiccups resolved and to write for next week.

Unfortunately, my oldest son rolled one of our cars last night.  Praise God he is fine, but the car is totaled.  With all of the added stress and unexpected new tasks, I will have less time today and tomorrow to get things accomplished. I have decided to take all weekend off to try and decompress a bit.

I have a guest post ready to post tomorrow and I will try to get an article or two written for next week, though they may be a bit shorter than the articles I write normally.

I am hoping to still launch the Preparedness Club next week.  Pending any software snags, it might be the week of 4-22.

You may see some changes that might look unfinished while I make the changes for the Preparedness Club.

Thank you for your patience.  God bless!


  1. God comes first, family second, Web last. No worries.

  2. Rev. Dr. Michael E Harris says:

    An undamaged child is a good thing. We can be patient with the club.

  3. No worries. Glad to hear you son is okay. God is good.

  4. No worries Chris. Take care of your family and we will be here when you get back!


  5. God is still in charge – praise God your son is okay….

  6. Thank the Lord for a quietly answered prayer regarding your son and the roll-over. And I want to offer a little extra thank you for all you do for us. Its probably a great time to spend time with your family and rest all you can this weekend. Take care and God Bless you and your family.

  7. So glad that your son is well and survived the accident. A car can always be replaced. I can certainly understand the woes of software hiccups. You shouldn’t fret about getting the writing done when obstacles keep popping up…take a deep breath and relax…take care of your family and yourself.. We all enjoy your postings and will be here whenever you post and the club will happen in its right time. Remember it’s all about God’s timing. Be well, my friend.

  8. Deb said it first. Ditto Kat. Prayers your way on many things, e-hug, extra e-hug, e-hug for Trudee and one for the boy, go breathe. We’ll be straight for a week or so.

    …Maybe. Probably. Almost definitely.

    We’ll even try to be good without you on the forum, how’s that? ;o)

  9. The Gasman says:

    Chris I’m praying for you and your family right now. I’m glad your young man was kept safe. Like Kat said cars can be replaced, people can’t. Been there, rode that pony.

    Just take your time, everything will work out for His good.

    Think of that car as a “Rolls-Can-Ardly”…

    It “rolls downhill and can-ardly” make it up the next…

    Just kiddin’.

    Be safe!

  10. Praise God! Glad he is OK!

  11. Jim Moore says:

    Glad you son is alright Chris. Praying for your family.
    Looking forward to the Preparedness Club.
    Hang in there!

  12. I totally agree with everyone.

    A car is just a thing. Your son is, well, your child.
    I can certainly wait on your Preparedness Club.
    Take a few minutes and enjoy the grace of God in this situation and truly enjoy the prayers which are being sent your way. You, my friend, are being enveloped by prayer from all points of our country.
    Hug that kid’s neck (gently) and smile in the knowledge of the love surrounding you.

  13. I just now got to read this not get to read when first post..a little behind. I am thankful for the safety of you son! God is Good All The TIME! He does have a plan, we just need to trust Him and be prepared! Thank You for what you do to help us and others out there. God Bless All and if we never meet here on this side of Heaven I will meet you all on the other side!! Praise God.

  14. A parents worst nightmare, getting that call that your child’s been involved in an accident!
    Glad he’s ok, and will praying for you and Trudee….seems everything happens at once, doesn’t it? First the job, now this…But God is still in charge, and He’s holding you in th palm of His hand!
    Looking forward to the Prepardness Club…when you can get to it…no worries! :)
    Hope y’all had a restful, blessed weekend, Chris!

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