When starting on your food storage and emergency preparedness journey, I’m sure you had a lot of questions! Especially on how to best store your food, water and other supplies. Because water is such a necessity in life and in an emergency situation, let’s answer some of the most common questions we get. Can I store water in any container? Do I need additional products besides just water and some sort of container? Where should I store it?Read More »
You brought home what?!
My brother took a 4-H class in high school and surprised my mom by bringing home four baby chicks one day. After some convincing, she reluctantly agreed to let us keep them. We quickly named our chicks, searched the internet for a crash course in keeping chicks and watched them grow.
Here at Daily Bread, we love our gardens! However, if you’re like some of us and spring breezed by leaving you without a garden or a plan, don’t fret! You can still have a wonderful herb garden throughout the hotter months.Read More »
Family self-reliance is making sure in the event of a disaster your loved ones know the "Family Plan" and how to execute properly. It is important your family's basic needs are being met and that they are safe. Knowledge through communication is the key to making sure your family is prepared during an emergency. Disasters can strike without warning, so all family members should know who to contact and where to meet depending on the emergency at hand.Read More »
I was working on my “Honey-Do” list on Saturday which included pulling out the old squash and tomato plants from the garden and tilling the ground preparing it for the winter. My wife is the primary coordinator and director of all things pertaining to our yearly garden and I’m just the cheap labor.Read More »
I have worked with many hundreds of families over the last 35 years in an attempt to assist them with their food storage and preparedness needs. Very seldom have I come across families who didn’t feel preparedness was prudent or important. In most cases, for those who chose not to engage and start their preps, it was an issue of priorities.Read More »
As Hurricane Michael makes landfall in the panhandle of Florida, there are thousands of people who are panicked about not being prepared for what could be a huge storm and could destroy buildings, flood neighborhoods and knock out the power for weeks on end.Read More »
I love it when the family comes over to visit. Usually on Sunday’s, my wife will make a big feast and all the kids and grandkids will come over for a great meal, visiting, games and the traditional stroll around the block in the cool of the evening.Read More »
“Judge not” is one of the most popular Bible verses in our society, especially among non-Christians. It seems to fit in with two of our society’s most basic assumptions—that (1) religion is private and (2) morality is relative. People love “judge not” because it seems to be a handy way of saying, “You can’t tell me I’m wrong.” Begin to make a public assessment on just about any moral issue and you’ll see this verse swiftly pulled out as a deflective weapon.Read More »
I had a sad conversation with a friend the other day. His mother had recently passed away having lived as a widow for several years. As his family gathered to mourn her loss, his sister became very vocal as to what money and personal belongings their mother had promised the daughter. My friend tried to assure her, being the designated executor of her estate, that in due time a fair and appropriate process would be put in place for the distribution of their mother’s assets to all four children.Read More »