Sharing from a book I reviewed in 2007.
If you or your child/children need professional counseling - do not be ashamed to seek help.
Be Informed! The first step is finding out what could happen. Once you have determined possible events, & their potential community, it is important that you discuss them with your family. Then a plan should follow for disasters.
Discuss the types of disasters that are most likely to happen. Explain what to do in each case. Just in case you do not seek - seek what to do.
Pick two places to meet: (1) right outside your home in case of a sudden emergency, (2) outside your neighborhood in case you can not return home. Everyone must know the address & phone number.
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Ask an out-of-state friend to be your "family contact." After a disaster, it's often easier to call long-distance. Other family members should call this person & tell them where they are. Everyone must know your contact's phone number.
Discuss what to do in and evacuation. Plan how to take care of your pets.
Write down all of these contact numbers & information on the family emergency contact card.
I received a complimentary copy of 'What's In The Bible for Women' (this book) for review from Bethany Publishing.
The author & general editor are Georgia Curtis Lang & Dr. Larry Richards.
Georgia is a best-selling author. She graduated from Kentucky Christian University with a major in Bible in 1979. She & her husband, have one son & live in a log cabin in Kentucky.
Dr. Richards was converted in the Navy in the 1950's. He has written Sunday School Curriculum for every age group. He has published more than two hundred books, & his books have been translated into some twenty-six languages. His wife, Sue, is also an author. He is a native of Michigan & now lives in North Carolina.