Download Education After the Collapse Book for Free! Click on the book cover!

Education After the Collapse

PRESS RELEASE - Education After The Collapse

The Christian Prepper's Response When the SHTF?!?

Photo by: Takashi Hososhima

Most Preppers are a very caring and giving bunch. But when it comes to a SHTF event, many plan on circling the wagons and taking care of their own. Honestly, I can’t argue with that. I totally understand it. I mean, Preppers are responsible and we sacrifice, make decisions, plan now so that our families can be taken care of if the need arises.

But as a Christian, I have always had this nagging in my heart that I’m not sure if I could turn anyone away who needed my help. It would be really, [...]

3 Ways to PROTECT Your Family in the Future

Photo by: anyjazz65

Todd’s Note: I know that many of you who visit this site are seasoned preppers. This article is not for you. This article is meant as an introduction to getting someone to prepare with the basics of food, water and information. If you know of someone who is not a prepper, but could benefit from this information, please pass it along. We all know people that we care about who are not prepared, hopefully this article will show them the common sense behind it.

We do a lot to make sure that are families are [...]

The Top 4 Things to Do So Your Car Makes It to 200,000 Miles (or More)

Todd’s Note: As the economy becomes more desperate (for us non-elites), we are going to have to take care of our vehicles and make sure they last longer and go further. Not too many us can throw down thousands of dollars on a new vehicle! Here is an article that can start to get us to think about what steps we should take.

Why should you care if your car makes it to 200,000 miles? You’ll just get a new one when your current car wears out, right? Not necessarily. With a still-unstable economy, you never know when your financial [...]

This Present Frustration

Photo by: Marvin Lee

For the longest time I thought it was just me. At times I feel like I’m on the edge, walking the fine line of “surely people can’t be so stupid” and “maybe I’m reading too much into this.” Life goes on; work, kids, sport practices, taking out the trash, paying the bills, it’s all the same. But there is a subtle change, maybe not subtle for others, but I’m starting to sense it more and more. The crowd is getting frustrated.

You’ve been there before, standing in line at the premier of the movie you’ve [...]