The worldwide earthquake obliterated hope. How will the Saved survive?

Fire Kit

Today we take a look at my Fire Kit. As with all the things we do in life, we must study, practice, and modify what we do based upon what works best for us. Here is just one example of... Continue Reading →


Bug Out Bag - BOB. We've decided that over the next few months we are going to start developing a BOB. Living in N. W. Indiana we are faced with the chance of tornados and power outages. It's better to... Continue Reading →

Zeteo Update

During the months of November, December, and January very few plot lines came to mind as the family was on/off sick and we were preparing for our newest bundle of joy: Zoe. Our beautiful little daughter was born February 2nd.... Continue Reading →

Wood Gasifier Stove

My first YouTube video! Watch me try out my first DIY Wood Gasifier Stove. Wood Gasifier Stove

Rocket Stove, Second Try

The first time I tried the rocket stove, it died after 20 minutes. This time I stacked it differently and kept the feed tube half full of sticks. The upshot of this stove is that the air can only come... Continue Reading →

Author Book Sale

October Falling - Free Apophis - Free Bitter - Free Baqash - Free Darash - Free Sha’al - 66% off Futuristic/Suspense The worldwide earthquake has destroyed almost everything, especially hope. World leaders acquiesced to a united currency. What what will... Continue Reading →


Whenever I visit Phyllis H. She always has her Bible out and a paper full of her notes. Her handwriting is terribly small and impeccably neat. What a neat idea! Plus, what we right down, we tend to memorize easier.... Continue Reading →

Rocket Stove

I'm going to start up a new section on survival. Because of the book series (research) and our love of hiking/camping we're looking at alternative, more self-reliant means of living. I think the U. S. Has become too dependent upon... Continue Reading →


This one Scripture keeps coming back to me, over and over again. Those who were rebuilding the wall and those who carried burdens took their load with one hand doing the work and the other holding a weapon. As for... Continue Reading →

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