Monday, March 14, 2011

{the tsunami in Japan & being prepared}

Most of us have been watching the news with worry and concern about the tsunami in Japan. Here is an article you don’t want to miss if you are worrying about the nuclear power plant and possible radiation leaks. At least there is one less thing to worry about.

Please also read these blog posts to find out how you can prepare your family in case there is an emergency in your area. Being prepared brings peace of mind in these sometimes turbulent times. It usually takes three days for aid to start coming in after a major disaster. That’s why everyone is encouraged to have a 72-hour emergency preparedness kit.

The church I belong to does amazing humanitarian work around the world and is known to be one of the first organizations to help when there is an emergency. Here is a link to our church’s humanitarian aid website. 100% of the money donated via our church goes to humanitarian aid. Some organizations take salaries and expenses out of the donation money first.

There are so many people who need our help. if everyone donated even $5 per month, it would produce a miracle.

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