If disaster were to strike, how prepared would you be? Would you have adequate food, water, and shelter? These potential situations might make you feel fearful and anxious, but we put our trust in God while also doing what we can to be ready.
Drew Mariani discusses the current state of the world and the importance of being prepared for potential catastrophic events. Drew references recent events and concerns about border security and the influx of illegal crossings, pondering the potential risks associated with it.
Drew emphasizes the importance of faith and trust in God but also highlights the significance of being good stewards and preparing for unforeseen circumstances. He discusses various potential scenarios, both natural and man-made, that could disrupt daily life, such as power outages, terrorist attacks, and even solar flares.
Drew visit with Jason Jones, an American film producer and human rights worker. Jason shares his personal experiences with preparedness, particularly during a missile threat in Hawaii in 2018. He recalls how he and his family had a plan in place, which included “go bags” with essential items. Jason emphasizes the importance of community and being prepared not just for oneself but to help others.
Jones also speaks about his work with the Vulnerable People Project, which has delivered meals in conflict zones and helped people in need. He stresses the importance of morale during difficult times and the significance of building strong relationships and communities.
Drew and Jason reiterate the importance of faith, hope, and the Christian vocation of loving God and neighbor. They encourage you to be proactive in your preparations while maintaining a strong foundation of faith and trust in God.